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JOB NAME: Boston University | Life Science and Engineering Building
ARCHITECT: Cannon Design
CONTRACTOR: Turner Construction Company
This ten-story research building provides laboratories for biology, chemistry, biomedical engineering and bioformatics. The laboratory furniture was a mixture of materials including Manchester Series painted steel casework, Lexington Series plain-sliced maple casework and many custom 12ft. bench hoods and floor-mounted hoods. Work surfaces are grey epoxy-resin. A large scale mock-up was built at New England Lab's facility to coordinated MEP systems and to accommodate end user review prior to fabrication.
Natural cabinets providing classic warmth and comfort to your lab.
Standard, versatile, and reliable fume hoods.
Epoxy drying racks in color combinations to suit your lab.
Chemical resistant epoxy work surfaces in a variety of colors.
Clear and colorful drying racks that let light through.
Flush and under-mount chemical resistant sinks in several colors.