One of Mazanec's specialties is building out laboratories. From Junior High School to college, we have created incredible work spaces. Below are four different examples of laboratories built inside the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative facility.
The project scope overview consists of a new engineering material laboratory and multi-floor build-out shell space that will provide new egress corridors for students and staff. The Biological and Biomedical Engineering lab will include research in the fields of Semiconductor Device Characterization and Biomaterials/Biosensors Fabrication & Characterization. This new research space will also include new office space for Dr. Wang and up to 10 graduate students and 2 post-doctoral students. The new corridors will provide egress to new lab research spaces and offices plus access for additional space planning of future programs and laboratories. Total project area: 15,889 Square Feet (approximate)
Build-out of 3.000sf of shell space within the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative (BRIC) facility to further lab-based research projects. This lab build-out has been dubbed a “Core Laboratory” that has been designed to accommodate a variety of research initiatives with a flexible floorplan that houses a multitude of commonly used lab equipment that can be used for a multitude of research projects.
Located inside the Baylor University - Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative.
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