547,000 SF first generation interior build out of an 18 floor building
The University of St. Thomas Center for Science & Health Professions is a four-story steel structure with a brick and curtainwall façade. Critical lab equipment has redundant power served by diesel and natural gas powered generators. The building features a four-story atrium with fire shutters and smoke evacuation fans. The HVAC system required underground chilled water lines to be tied into the campus central plant. The project also includes the relocation of the campus’ data center.