Two new research buildings dedicated at the University of South Carolina

The two buildings add 208,000 square feet of collaborative research space to the campus.

The James E. Clyburn Research Center comprises two buildings, the Drug Discovery Building and the Bioengineering Building.
February 01, 2012

Goody Clancy and Stevens & Wilkinson announced that two new research buildings on the campus of the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C. were formally dedicated late in 2011.

The two buildings add 208,000 square feet of collaborative research space to the campus. The James E. Clyburn Research Center comprises two buildings, the Drug Discovery Building and the Bioengineering Building. The research center brings together scientists, faculty and students from the state’s three research universities: MUSC, the University of South Carolina and Clemson University, as well as representatives from private industry, to advance biomedical research and applications and speed up the process of technology transfer.

The project team includes: Goody Clancy, Boston, MA (Design Architect), led by principal Roger Goldstein, FAIA, LEED AP; Stevens & Wilkinson SC, Columbia, SC (Architect of Record, Mechanical/Electrical, Civil and Structural Engineer), led by principal Robby Aull, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP; Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC, Birmingham, AL (General Contractor); Seamon Whiteside + Associates, Mount Pleasant, SC (Landscape Architect); SST Planners, Arlington, VA (Lab Planners); and Vermeulens Cost Consultants, Boston, MA (Cost Consultant).  Vanderweil, Boston, MA also served as the Mechanical Design Engineer for the Drug Discovery Building. BD+C

         
 

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