Leon Johnson 6th floor Lab Renovation, $2.4 million National Science Foundation (NSF) project to renovate the Thermal Biology Institute's (TBI) research labs. The 1970's labs were completely renovated to meet the demands of modern research technology with the installation of new autoclaves, fume hoods, and a cold chamber room. Laboratory and corridor floors are polyaspartic, which is very durable and slip resistant. Chemical resistant fiber reinforced plastic coats the walls adjacent to laboratory casework. The project also includes a lab which will maximize functionality of TBI's phototroph bioenergy research. Proximity of the labs to Yellowstone Park's thermal areas provides TBI researchers a unique opportunity to gather and interpret data.
After photo of Leon Johnson 6th Floor Lab
Before photo of Leon Johnson 6th Floor Lab
|CTA Architects & Engineers||Oswood Construction||Cristie Tate|