Institute For Regenerative Cures Lab And Vivarium

The UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures project consisted of a multiphased development of biological research laboratory and vivarium space in a 100,000+ SF existing warehouse adjacent the UC Davis Medical Center Campus.

The new utility building supplies campus central plant heating water and chilled water, domestic hot and cold water, laboratory compressed air and vacuum, and DI water systems that were sized to satisfy the loads of the laboratory build-out.

Phase 2, 2A and 2B: 3,500 SF of GMP clean room laboratory, 12,500 SF vivarium facility, 8,000 SF corridor and receiving/support space, 12,000 SF GMP support laboratory and another 16,000 SF research, and production laboratories and offices.

Phase 3: 5,000 SF Radiochemistry Laboratory project includes research lab, fume hood room, ante room, hot cell room, QC lab, radioisotope FH lab, cell culture, equip/microscope, and support spaces such as office, conference, post docs, and electrical.

Phase 4: 9,500 SF BGI Genome Sequencing Facility project includes labs, sequencing lab, server room, battery and UPS room and support spaces such as office, and electrical.

University of California, Davis

Sacramento, CA

Stafford King Wiese Architects

Project Value

Project Area
88,000 SF

Completion Date

Mechanical Engineering
Plumbing Engineering
Title 24 Energy Analysis