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Construction of the Army Institute of Public Health Command Laboratory

This Design-Bid-Build project includes the construction of a 279,574 sf modern, consolidated medical research laboratory consisting of wet labs, field labs, a vivarium under Good Laboratory Practices, offices, warehouses, and a central utility plant (CUP).

LAB REPLACEMENT PROJECT LOCATED ON 20 ACRES ON ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD

The Public Health Command (PHC) Lab Replacement project is located on 20 acres at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. The Design-Bid-Build project includes the construction of a 279,574 sf modern, consolidated medical research laboratory consisting of wet labs, field labs, a vivarium under Good Laboratory Practices, offices, warehouses, and a central utility plant. The facility includes Anechoic Chambers, an Insectary Chamber, and Laser Labs.
The new facility will help the Public Health Command to deal with emerging environment threats and health challenges for forces worldwide. The 43,000 sf CUP is designed to produce chilled water, hot water and steam to support the building with N+1 redundancy. It also provides emergency power to approximately half the laboratory and the entire vivarium with two 2000 kW generators.

The project is seeking LEED Silver certification.