Stonecreek Interior Systems is thrilled to announce the completion of the laboratory furnishing package for the University of Notre Dame at McCourtney Hall. This facility is part of the development of the East Campus Research Complex. The complex is dedicated to research in the molecular sciences and engineering at UND.
Stonecreek was able to provide the Notre Dame with an adaptable and functional layout that encompasses 220,000 sq. ft. of open space within three designated floors. Included in the layout are two wings, a central core for faculty offices and conference rooms, and open laboratory spaces. In order to promote partnership and teamwork, the University included a lounge area and research neighborhoods to help facilitate cross departmental exchanges.
McCourtney Hall will support research space needs within the molecular sciences, including analytical sciences and engineering, chemical and biomolecular engineering, and drug discovery. Notre Dame is strengthening their collaborative research efforts and allowing the University to continue on its path towards making an impact on the world.
- CiF Ascent Flexible Lab Tables
- CiF Metal Casework
- CiF Premium Tier 1 Wood Casework
- Labconco Fume Hoos
- Counter Reaction Countertops
- Project Size: 220,000 square feet
- Total COnstruction Budget: $62 million
- Stonecreek Contract: $4 million
- Construction Manager: Shiel-Sexton Company, Inc.
- Lab Planner: BSA Life Structures
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