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USDA National Center for Agriculture Utilization Research Wing Renovation Phases III & IV

Peoria, IL

Client: USDA Agriculture Research Service

Architect: Benard Johnson Corp

Project Summary

The USDA National Center for Agriculture Utilization Research Wing Renovation Phases III and IV project, built for the United States Department of Agriculture Research Service, included the renovation of a 48,400-square foot agricultural research laboratory. The facility functions as a working research environment consisting of state-of-the art industrial wet labs and office spaces. The agricultural research laboratory was constructed of a concrete structural frame and a brick exterior. The project also featured upgrades of the mechanical and electrical systems and laboratory areas as well as replacing fume hoods, windows, and roofs. Renovations improved the overall safety and health characteristics of the laboratories, enhanced overall energy efficiency, and reduced the cost of the operation and maintenance of the research laboratory. Due to CORE's strategic coordination between the project team and the client, the USDA National Center for Agriculture Utilization Research Wing Renovation Phases III and IV project minimized disruptions in research operations resulting in improved productivity.

USDA National Center for Agriculture Utilization Research Wing Renovation Phases III & IV

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