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Skanska performed an expansion project for Johnson & Johnson, which included a 155,000-SF research center lab and 80,000-SF of renovated space in an existing research building. The research center features perimeter offices for chemistry and biology functions with adjacent interior laboratory spaces designated for either discovery biology or discovery chemistry. The research space includes a BSL3 lab. The first floor is primarily used for mechanical and building/lab support functions, while the fifth floor, or the roof elevation, also includes an elevated, separately enclosed mechanical penthouse. The research center lab achieved LEED Gold certification. Current operations remained on-going while the existing four-story research building was renovated. Significant demolition and renovation took place on the upper floors, while minor renovations only occurred on the lower floors. Mechanical and electrical systems were replaced, upgraded and redistributed.
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Market segment: Life sciences
Water Efficient Landscaping - landscaping and irrigation systems have been designed to reduce potable water consumption for irrigation by 53%Recycled Content - 29% of the total building materials content, by value, have been manufactured using recycled materials Regional Materials - 35% of the total building materials content, by value, have been manufactured using regional materials Certified Wood - 55% of the total wood based building materials were harvested from FSC certified forestsControllability of Lighting - at least 90% of individual workstations and all shared multi-occupant spaces have lighting controls Innovation in Design - an education program has been developed to present the project’s sustainable design practices to occupants and visitors to the facility.