Client

Princeton University

Location

Princeton, NJ

Scope

400 – 3,000 SF

Princeton University engaged CosciaMoos Architecture to renovate multiple laboratory spaces, each designed for and dedicated to a Principal Investigator team over the course of several years as part of an on-call agreement with the University.

Each renovation is designed to fit the unique needs of its users, maintaining necessary safety standards and accommodating state-of-the-art technology and equipment, specialized laboratory space and work areas for students and faculty.

Bowen 114-117 Laboratory Renovation

Completed in 2022

Renovation to approximately 1,300 sf of existing laboratory space to support Quantum Initiative research including atomic physics experiments involving laser cooling and trapping of atoms.

EQuad Laboratory C422 C428

Completed in 2022

Renovation to approximately 400 sf of existing laboratory space to support Quantum Initiative research including atomic physics experiments involving laser cooling and trapping of atoms.

Forrestal Flow Laboratory

Completed in 2022

Renovation to existing Flow Lab at the Gas Dynamics Laboratory to accommodate a Aerolab Closed Circuit Wind Tunnel.

Icahn Laboratory 124-125

Completed in 2021

Renovation to room 124/125 for a new BSL2 lab supporting Fly Research.

Guyot Laboratory B81-84

Completed in 2021

Renovation of Guyot Hall B81-84 to accommodate a Trace Metals Laboratory. The space includes a wet lab and a clean room.

Moffett Laboratory 327

Completed in 2018

Renovation to approximately 3,000 sf of existing laboratory space to include a wet lab, small tissue culture room, computational work areas for students and a faculty office.

EQuad Laboratory

Completed in 2018

Located within the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, the wet laboratory renovations include the accommodations of a laser table, new laser curtains and two fluid tanks.