About the Project
The $85 million, 150,000-SF SCRM laboratory development complex project consisted of a four-story laboratory structure interconnected to a two-story, 150 seat auditorium and conference center which included a 24,000-SF vivarium space. The project included paved walkways, outdoor gathering areas, two large surface parking lots, and landscape consistent with the nearby Torrey Pines Reserve.
Hensel Phelps Development and associates provided a turnkey development for the high-tech Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine (SCRM) complex located just off the pacific coast in La Jolla, California. Areas of expertise provided by the Development group included obtaining the Environmental Impact Report approvals required for development, project financing, P3 – Public Private Partnerships, and Project Management/Owner’s Representation.
The four-story portion is a reinforced, cast-in-place concrete structure with perimeter shear wall support. The two-story portion of the building is supported by structural steel and metal decking. This portion of the facility houses the main lobby, auditorium, cafe and conference center. The SCRM facility was designed with sustainability and the environment in mind.
- ABC Construction in Excellence Awards
- AIA Colorado Honor Award
- AIA Denver Merit Award for Built Architecture
- Excellence in Structural Engineering Award
- Gold Nugget Award
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