Creating Responsive Lab Environments
School of Medicine, Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
The pace of technology change continues to accelerate, and keeping up with emerging technologies is a priority for Yale University School of Medicine (YSM). Today's laboratories must be responsive to present needs and capable of accommodating future demands. To accommodate YSM’s biotechnology needs, its offices and laboratories have significant state-of-the-art infrastructure in place, thanks in part to the design and construction teams who work closely with YSM's facilities staff.
BVH has completed over 20 projects for YSM, ranging in scope from phased renovations to fit-outs of advanced equipment- and systems-intensive laboratories and offices for the Departments of Neurology, Ophthalmology, Immuno-Biology, Psychology and Cardiology.
Many of the projects we have completed are small and complex, requiring extensive planning to maximize space use. Built in older buildings with challenging infrastructure, several projects have taken place in operating buildings that require working around ongoing research or clinical activities.
BVH’s MEP design engineering projects include:
Mechanical, electrical, plumbing/fire protection