The fit-out of three new laboratories for Sepax Technologies will help the company achieve research goals for Analytical Chromatography, Industrial Purification, and Medical Diagnostics.
Longwood Reimagined will transform 17 acres of existing property and feature a 32,000 SF glasshouse at the heart of its renowned garden grounds.
Longwood's newest greenhouse, the 80,948 SF facility, accounts for 60 percent of Longwood’s crop production.
A one-of-a-kind space, the Tower at STAR fosters collaboration and innovation for students of the UD College of Health Sciences.
The Audion/Atrium of the STAR Tower is centered around a living green wall featuring 5,000 plants, which was named in memory of Bancroft Executive VP, Nash M. Childs.
The upgrades to the Frawley Stadium Clubhouse and Playing Field included interior renovations to player and coach locker rooms, video coaching rooms, weight rooms and dining areas.
The new 13,000+-SF state-of-the-art Animal Care Center replaced Delaware Humane Association’s former facility and helped to expand DHA’s animal housing and care program.
Favorites of visitors to Longwood Gardens, The Café and 1906 Dining Room are now even nicer, with renovations that included new tile, millwork, lighting and décor.
Renovations to the 57,000-SF facility resulted in a hybrid open-office/closed-office concept, which provides the client with different choices of collaborative work environments.
The development included four garden-style apartment buildings, a 4.5-level precast parking garage, a 155-unit four-story wrap apartment building, and three townhome clusters.