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University of Minnesota

Plant Growth

St. Paul, MN

three phases completed between 2002 - 2007

total of 96,500 gross square feet

 

 

 

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Our team developed a three-phase master plan for the University of Minnesota's Plant Growth facility to accommodate an array of research conditions including photo period control, hydroponics, trangenics, vernalization, rhizotron, and insect and plant pathogen containment. Completed in phases over five years, the work included:

1. A 15,000 square foot renovation, replacement and addition. We worked with entomologists from the University on the design of a containment area featuring air-lock access, HEPA filtration, growth chambers, insect rearing, laboratories, equipment, sterilization and distinct operating protocols to maintain containment for a wide range of insects.

2. A 76,000 square foot addition of specialized greenhouses, teaching labs and lecture rooms. This phase included two teaching laboratories.

3. A 5,500 square foot bio safety, level 3 pathogen containment area and greenhouse. This project includes fully sealed pathogen containment greenhouses.

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