JE Dunn is currently working on the B057 CryoEM Lab fit-out. The project includes the fit out of 4 transmission electron microscope rooms(TEM rooms), a shared control room, relative humidity room and installation of a new LN2 fill station by the loading dock of the building. The current lab spaces are all shell spaces; an existing AHU will feed the new spaces with existing HVAC branch connections provided inside the open space.
TEM Rooms and shared control room: 3,200 total SF, including shared equipment chases on the west and east of the spaces. In addition to conventional services for each room, the TEM spaces will include a passive EMI (electromagnetic mitigation interference) shielding, consisting of aluminum panels built into the walls, floors and ceiling to form a Faraday cage and mitigate EMI interference.
Relative Humidity Room: An environmental room will be built out to support the new CryoEM spaces. the RH room will be located on the second floor of the building. Current space is a shell area, approximately 300 SF.
LN2 Fill Station: JE Dunn will furnish and install a new LN2 fill station from the bulk LN2 tank on the south of the building to the loading dock, all new piping.