Pasadena, CA (To be completed in 2024)
This new 3 story, 75,000 square foot building for new research and instruction laboratory includes transmission electron microscope suite, Satellite Development Assembly Room, as well as a state-of-the-art Fermentation, Genetic Mutation, and Wet Chemistry Laboratories.
The efficiency behind the building systems features innovative application of technologies meant for water conservation, waste reduction, and recycling.
The overall carbon footprint of the Resnick Center will be drastically reduced through the use of low embodied carbon building materials as well as the incorporation of 50 trees for carbon sequestration.
Construction is meant to begin in April of 2022 and slated to be completed and ready for students and interdisciplinary studies in 2024.
Environmental consciousness and green thinking are prioritized by both the university and the various organizations participating in this state of the art, modern project.