Griffin Electric completes Medical University of South Carolina project
The 210,000-sf complex is comprised of two buildings, and houses research, teaching and office areas, plus conference spaces for the University.
Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. recently completed the electrical installation work for the Medical University of South Carolina’s Drug Discovery and Bioengineering buildings in Charleston, S.C.
Officially named the James E. Clyburn Research Center on October 21, the 210,000-sf complex is comprised of two buildings, and houses research, teaching and office areas, plus conference spaces for the University. Research for pharmacology, pharmaceutical sciences, tissue regeneration, bioengineering, and cancer is performed on-site, including a dedicated animal imaging center for CT, PET, and MRI optical imaging.
Griffin Electric performed the installation of a 15KV service and switches, as well as, a switchboard and standby generator for this project.
Also, the team was responsible for setting up the buildings’ life safety fire alarm and advanced energy management lighting control systems.
Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC, of Atlanta, GA, led the construction team, while Stevens & Wilkinson SC, Inc., of Columbia, SC, performed the architectural and electrical design services. BD+C
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