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Bio-Safety Research Institute, Kansas State University

Manhattan, Kansas

Biosecurity Research Institute

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  • Stone, metal and precast concrete create a refined, elegant exterior for the new Research Institute.
  • Light colored countertops, casework on casters and finish materials create a bright, flexible, and highly functional biocontainment lab environment.
  • Research activities involving large food animals require highly coordinated architecture, engineering and planning for the safe housing, and handling of research animals.
  • Knowledgeable equipment selection, planning and integration is critical to the success of many of the research activities involving large food animal species.
  • Waste decontamination systems are an important part of the infrastructure for the specialized research performed at the new Institute.
  • Color coded mechanical penthouse floor space links specialized infrastructure with its associated lab below for easy and safe equipment operation.

people involved in this project:

Louis Hartman

PE, NCEES, LEED AP
Science & Technology Design Studio

Michael F. Cooper

PE, LEED AP
Detroit

Ronald M. Siehda

PE, LEED AP
Electrical Engineering

Michael F. Cooper

PE, LEED AP
Detroit