PHOENIX BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES PARTNERSHIP BUILDING

This 10-story research building serving the UA College of Medicine enables collaborative clinical and translational research with a flexible, open planning platform that easily adapts to emerging research themes and different types and sizes of research teams. Organized for collegiality, collaboration and innovation, BSPB is designed as a framework of labs, offices and support spaces, with each research floor comprised of flexible zones arranged to encourage cooperation and create efficient workflows. Open researcher offices along the north perimeter take advantage of daylight and views and are connected visually to their corresponding labs. Two-story, glass-enclosed spaces with meeting rooms, lounges and kitchenettes support formal and informal gatherings. The ground floor contains public conferencing spaces, warming kitchen, and gallery space for hosting public exhibitions and events. CO Architects: Executive & Design Architect; Ayers Saint Gross, Associate Architect

FACTS

PROJECT NAME Phoenix Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building
SIZE 264,000 GSF
COMPLETION DATE 2012
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
CLIENT University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University
SERVICES Master Planning, Programming, Laboratory Planning, Architecture, Interior DesignMaster Planning, Programming, Architecture, Interior Design