The Ohio State University

CFAES Lab & Office Renovations

Taking place in two separate buildings, this project involved renovations for the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) at The Ohio State University’s Main Campus.

In the Agricultural Administration Building, renovations took place on the first floor to create new office space for CFAES Leadership. On the second floor, approximately 7,710 square feet was renovated for the ACEL (Department of Agriculture Communication, Education and Leadership) to utilize. The renovated area private offices and support space, as well as a general classroom, large conference room and a MAC lab.

The project also encompassed renovations to create lab space for researchers in the Department of Entomology and Horticulture and Crop Science at Howlett Hall. On the third floor, 1,285 square feet was renovated to accommodate a new researcher with a focus on mosquitos. The new space includes a BSL-2 lab, an insectary with two environmental growth chambers, two Ante Rooms and a high-containment room.

Finally, the basement level of Howlett Hall was renovated to create lab space, equipment rooms and a prep room for researchers in the Department of Food Science & Technology.

 

Project Details

Client

The Ohio State University

Location

Columbus, Ohio

Completion

2018

Size

14,940 Square Feet

Key Team Members

  • Brian Miner
  • Ben Rantilla
  • Chitra Matthai
  • Amber Duco
  • Ben Grow
  • Rose Grow
  • Lea Buchin
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