With our strengths in healthcare, biotechnology and higher education, it stands to reason that KBA has extensive experience in academic lab facilities, ranging from community college teaching labs to biomedical teaching and research facilities with large vivariums and 500,000 square-foot academic and research facilities.

Project examples include:

  • Health Sciences Building - Bellevue Community College
    Completed in 2016, this 70,000 square-foot building houses Bellevue College's Health Sciences program, consisting of two nursing laboratories, a medical simulation laboratory, two radiology laboratories, nuclear medicine and phlebotomy areas, classrooms and administrative spaces. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification and makes use of environmentally sustainable features such as geothermal heating.  
     
  • National Institute of Health Research Vivarium - Boise State University
    Completed in 2015, this project consisted of a 9,139 square-foot remodel within a 29,313 square-foot, 2-story mixed-use building which houses surgery and animal holding rooms and interstitial HVAC and supporting equipment. Project completed by Toombs and Associates, a division of KBA.
     
  • Collaborative Life Sciences Building and Skourtes Tower - OUS/OHSU
    Completed in 2014, this 516,920 square-foot, 12-story newly constructed allied health, academic and research building houses retail space, academic classrooms, lecture halls, teaching laboratories, simulation laboratories, a dental clinic and medical research laboratories. Project completed by Toombs and Associates, a division of KBA. 
     
  • RiverPoint Biomedical and Health Sciences Buildings - Washington State University
    Completed in 2013, this 110,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art biomedical research and health science facility was awarded the LEED Silver certification. The building houses basic and clinical research laboratories, allied health programs, pharmaceutical science programs and administrative support spaces (offices, conference rooms and classrooms).  

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