University of Texas MD Anderson Smithville Building Four  I  Smithville, TX

The Smithville Science Park - Research Division has steadily increased in size and activity since its inception. This growth necessitated the design of a fourth laboratory building in order to provide adequate support to the Carcinogenesis faculty and research programs. This 23,000 GSF building houses state-of-the-art open lab design with a full complement of shared support rooms, including tissue culture, equipment, flex rooms, glassware and chemical fume hood rooms, centralized liquid nitrogen freezer room, small conference room, break rooms and office space. The scope also includes architectural and engineering services to design and construct the addition of roads, parking, utilities and other critical civil infrastructure improvements to service the new building in compliance with the Master Plan, which PhiloWilke completed in 2003. Multiple packages were required to maintain schedule and achieve timely completion.