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Collective Works

Jorge L. Ramirez


CJ Cheiljedang

Integrated Research & Development Center Gwanggyo New City, Gyeonggi-do South Korea


CJ’s Integrated Research & Development Center is located in Gwanggyo New City, approximately 30 Km. south of Seoul. The underlying premise for the CJ Integrated Research & Development Center is rooted in understanding the work-life community; where the community and its relationship to the individual, institution and the city is paramount; where the collective is stronger than the single entity; and where the space created is more meaningful than an object or surface. The new CJ headquarters facility is derived from the architectural interpretation of CJ’s vision. Encapsulating diverse components that merges the best practices with the newest trends and technologies into a singular expression captures a physical understanding of the “Only One”.

CJ Cheiljedang

Integrated Research & Development Center Gwanggyo New City, Gyeonggi-do South Korea


The site is surrounded at the north & east by a green belt of native forest. An active downtown composed of residential and commercial uses dominates the south and west views from the site. Views out from the CJ site allow a visual connection to the surrounding community, inspiring healthy living from the recreational ďŹ elds near by, and oer appreciation of the hills in the distance . Currently, an abrupt cli face becomes the physical backdrop to the site. This presented both a challenge and an opportunity to utilize the southern exposure while embracing the heavy topography to the north.

CJ Cheiljedang

Integrated Research & Development Center Gwanggyo New City, Gyeonggi-do South Korea


Ground Level.

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Reception

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Visitor Waiting

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Conference Center

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Seminar

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Auditorium

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Product Display

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Cyber Cafe

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Open Laboratory

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Lab Support

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Open OďŹƒce

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CJ Cheiljedang

Integrated Research & Development Center Gwanggyo New City, Gyeonggi-do South Korea


Typical Floor Plan - Levels 3-9

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Product Display

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Open Laboratory

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Pilot

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Open OďŹƒce

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Product Display / Branding

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Conference

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Casual Meeting

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CJ Cheiljedang

Integrated Research & Development Center Gwanggyo New City, Gyeonggi-do South Korea


South Elevation

Model

CJ Cheiljedang

Integrated Research & Development Center Gwanggyo New City, Gyeonggi-do South Korea


Pathways towards Cancer Cure

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center South Campus Research Building No. 4 Houston, Texas


The new South Campus Research Building No 4 is a 210,000 GSF project that is at the forefront of Translational Medicine, oering less invasive and more attractive therapeutic options for cancer patients.

Vivarium

CABIR

Design and construction of this facility was complicated by the placement of the attatchment of the facility to the Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging Research (CABIR) also under concurrent construction and a tunnel connection to the University of Texas Vivarium facility accross the street.

South Campus Research Building 4

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center South Campus Research Building No. 4 Houston, Texas


Entrance Level

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center South Campus Research Building No. 4 Houston, Texas


Typical Level Researchers work alongside clinicians to carefully monitor and adjust treatments to minimize discomfort for the cancer patient and to eectively halt the progression of disease.

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center South Campus Research Building No. 4 Houston, Texas


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MD Anderson Cancer Center South Campus Research Building No. 4 Houston, Texas


Project Details Contract Delivery Method:

CM-at-Risk

Final Construction Cost: $ 72.6 Million Final Project Size:

210.000 SF

Construction Type:

New

Design Start/Finish Dates: Start: 03/2007 Finish: 04/2008 Construction Notice to Proceed:

04/2008

Construction Substantial Completion: 12/2010 Professional Services:

Full A/E/P

Consultants: E&C Engineers, Courtney Harper + Partners, Rolf Jensen & Associates, Rogers Moore, Walter P. Moore, Shen Milsom & Wilke, Busby & Associates

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center South Campus Research Building No. 4 Houston, Texas


South East Perspective Rendering


South East Photography


knowledge exchange emerging tools + technology

new generations

social interaction

laboratory warehouse

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care concept

program

geometry

collaboration

Houston, Texas


Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Building for Personalized Cancer Care is a 610,000 GSF project that is redeďŹ ning research facilities throughout MD Anderson Cancer Center.

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care Houston, Texas


Initially to house the Institute for Personalized Medicine and the Pancreatic Cancer Center; the facility is being designed to accomodate the move by MD Anderson away from a departmental research structure to an Interdisciplinary Structure of Programs, Centers, and Institutes.

University of Texas

Ground Level

MD Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care Houston, Texas


The oors are vertically integrated allowing a high degree of interaction between oors.

University of Texas

Typical Level

MD Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care Houston, Texas


The facility design will feature a collaborative Center Core that brings all Scientists on a oor together.

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care Houston, Texas


Center Core Area


Laboratory: Solar mitigation is possible through thermal buers at personnel corridor and support laboratories.

OďŹƒce: Solar mitigation is possible through vertical and horizontal sun shades.

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care Houston, Texas


Project Details Cost: $ 140 Million Size: 610,000 SF - 56,608 m2 Responsibilty: Full A/E/P Services. Components: Amenity and Collaborative spaces, biology, chemistry, genomics and informatics, laboratories, and oďŹƒce spaces. Completion Date: November, 2014

University of Texas

MD Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care Model

Houston, Texas


North West Perspective


North West Perspective


Jorge L. Ramirez

Collective Works 06|12 Jorge L. Ramirez  

A selection of the projects I worked on in collaboration while working at CUH2A, now HDR, Inc.

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