Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) Core Facility
The primary goal of the CINT Core Facility is to provide an interdisciplinary environment that can serve the broad spectrum of the scientific community, including the government, academia, and private sectors.
The design's radial concept features three distinct lab modules linked by courtyard areas. Highly controlled research spaces integrate temperature and contamination control into vibration and acoustic isolation suites and characterization, synthesis, and integration laboratories.
With the ability to interface nanomaterials with the micro and macro worlds, researchers can develop nanotechnologies to support the U.S. Department of Energy's primary mission areas of national defense, energy, and the environment.
- Sustainable Features: Bike Racks, Daylighting & Views, Energy Efficiency, Energy Star, Stormwater Management, Water Efficient Landscaping
- Type of Construction: New Construction
- Size: 98,000 SF (9,100m2)
- Professional Services: Architecture, Engineering, Planning
- Project Components: Biology Laboratory, Chemistry Laboratory, Cleanroom, Collaborative Space, Conference Room, Courtyard, Material Science Laboratory, Nanoscale Laboratory, Offices
- Project Type: Controlled Environment, Critical Environment, Federal, Government and Institutional, Nanotechnology, Science + Technology
- Related Projects: Architecture, Federal, Federal Architecture, Physical Sciences, Science & Technology
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