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Gilead Sciences, Inc.

NB-355 Tenant Improvement

Supporting success

As a biotechnology company focused on discovering, developing, and commercializing innovative medicines, Gilead Sciences' goal is to improve the care of individuals suffering from life-threatening diseases. Their success in developing transformative treatments for HIV, Hepatitis-C, and other dangerous pathogens led to a shortage of space at their campus in Foster City, California.

In order to provide additional laboratories, offices, and conference space for their Process Research and Analytical Operations departments, Flad programmed and designed an interior fit-out of a cold dry shell. The resulting six-story, 190,000-square-foot facility and an adjacent 23,000-square-foot pilot plant accommodates up to 600 employees. Anticipating future expansion, office support spaces were designed with robust MEP systems to allow transformation into laboratory space when needed.

Flad also worked closely with Gilead's process engineering consultants to plan and design the laboratories and equipment suites in the pilot laboratory building.

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LocationFoster City, California

Project TypeScience & Technology