Healthcare & Life Sciences
Tenant Improvements

This unique design-assisted collaborative project consisted of three different components. The first was a 200’ long x 60’ wide x 45’ clear height structure to enclose a freezer – a box within a box – storing blood plasma at -31⁰F. The structure was steel framed with non-load-bearing precast panels as the exterior walls. The center portion was a lab and processing area totaling 35K SF. The structure was composite steel joists and designed for tornado impact loads. The front portion was a two story steel framed building totaling 41K SF and served as their corporate headquarters in the US.

The owner was consolidating 45 disparate facilities around the US and bringing the plasma testing in-house. They estimated they were saving $1M/month. FEG's team used a modified version of their Complete Structural Package™ to speed up the steel delivery to the project.

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