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With roots extending back to a two-person partnership formed in 1898, Page is one of the most prolific and enduring architecture and engineering design practices. Page architects, engineers, interior designers, planners, strategic analysts and technical specialists provide services throughout the United States and abroad. Our diverse, international portfolio includes projects in the healthcare, academic, government and science and technology sectors, as well as civic, corporate and urban housing projects. The Page portfolio consists largely of complex projects that benefit from our integrated disciplines and that make a significant impact on the communities they serve. We are guided by the three core values of creativity, collaboration, and commitment, and through the force of these ideals, we live up to our promise of design that makes lives better.

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The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School Health Learning Building


The Page Science and Technology practice expanded in 2015 when SST Planners joined Page and integrated into our DC office of 65 design professionals. Now known simply as Page, they are one of the nation’s leading specialized laboratory consulting design firms, with laboratory planners who program, plan and design over one million gross square feet of high-quality research space annually for the higher education, corporate and governmental sectors. Projects included in this project portfolio range from large multiscience research and teaching facilities to small scale renovations. Representative projects include the new Integrated Science Center at UMASS Boston and complete core and shell renovations at the University of Connecticut Cell and Genomics Building (winner of R&D Magazines 2011 Renovated Laboratory of the Year) and comprise the first part of this Page Science and Technology portfolio herein. The Page Science and Technology practice also provides full service architectural design for laboratory projects. We combine our lab planning and design experience with experience gained from a progression of numerous Page architecture academic projects rooted in the Southwest region. Representative architecture projects range from the Dell Medical School Education and Administration Building at the University of Texas at Austin and the Brain Performance Institute at the University of Texas at Dallas to a current project for a Maker Lab for the Evans Hall Research and Teaching Laboratory at the University of Delaware. For new and renovation laboratory projects of all types, large and small, Page DC has an expert team of talented architects and laboratory planners ready to develop creative solutions.

Representative Projects:

University of Massachusetts, Integrated Sciences Complex / The College of William & Mary, Small Hall Addition and Renovation / Colorado State University, Scott Engineering Building / Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Goodwin Hall / University of Connecticut, Cell Sciences Institute Renovation and Addition / University of Virginia, Biomedical Engineering and Medical Sciences Building Complex / State University of New York (SUNY), Institute for Human Performance / Brown University, Hunter Hall-Environmental Research and Teaching (BERT) Renovation / Montgomery College, New Bioscience Education Center / Shenandoah University, Health & Life Sciences Building / Carnegie Institution for Science Singer Research Building / Johns Hopkins University, Wilmer Eye Institute Robert H and Clarice Smith Building / University of South Carolina, Horizon I Building for Alternative Energy Resource / Gallaudet University, STM Laboratory Renovation / The University of Delaware, Evans Hall Research and Teaching Lab Renovation / University of Dallas, Natural Science & Engineering Research Laboratory / The University of Texas at Arlington, Engineering Research Building / Baylor College of Medicine, Vestibular Research Laboratory / The University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center District BioCenter / The University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School Education and Administration Building / The University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School Research and MOB Building / The University of Texas at San Antonio, Academic and Administrative Office Building (North Paseo Building) / The University of Texas at Dallas, Brain Performance Institute / George Mason University, Prince William Campus Bull Run Hall / Austin College, IDEA Center

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LEED silver

University of Massachusetts, Integrated Sciences Complex Boston, Massachusetts

Project Details Project Size 220,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

This new multi-disciplinary science building provided the UMB with its first new academic building on the Boston campus in nearly four decades. The 220,000-square-foot Integrated Sciences Complex features research lab and support space for biology, chemistry, environmental sciences, physics, and psychology; undergraduate biology teaching labs; an interdisciplinary undergraduate sandbox teaching lab; and a new research center for personalized cancer therapy. Multiple departments are organized for an integrated multidisciplinary research and learning experience by distributing the science department’s program requirements throughout the five floors of the building. Options for Chemistry research and instructional labs were developed with representatives from the Chemistry department. Page/SST Planners provided lab programming and planning for the ISC which was designed by Goody Clancy & Associates.

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LEED gold

Colorado State University, Scott Engineering Building Fort Collins, Colorado

Project Details Project Size 122,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

The new three-story facility for the College of Engineering contains classrooms, teaching labs and research space for the School of Biomedical Engineering and the departments of Environmental Engineering, Systems and Synthetic Biology, and Chemical Engineering. Five laboratory “pods� for research and teaching focus on a particular area to support these academic programs. Although these groups house their own faculty, post-docs and graduate student offices, the pod teams work in close collaboration with each other in spaces designed specifically to bring the various teams together. Other notable spaces include a computational virtual reality cave and clean room fabrication facilities. The 122,000-square-foot building has achieved LEED Gold certification and will comply with Labs21 Environmental Performance. Page/SST Planners provided programming services for the engineering building, which was designed by SLATERPAULL|Hord Coplan Macht + RATIO.

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LEED silver

Project Details Project Size 155,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Goodwin Hall Blacksburg, Virginia Goodwin Hall provides Virginia Tech with a remarkable new “signature� engineering building. Forty modular instructional and research labs create a high degree of flexibility for faculty collaboration and support of specialized equipment, such as high speed wind tunnels, 3D fabrication, nano characterization and fabrication, materials testing, and optics. The 155,000-square-foot facility, which houses the Mechanical, Aerospace, and Chemical Engineering departments, features robotics teaching labs, such as the Terrestrial Robotics Engineering and Control (TREC) Lab and Extreme Environments, Robotics & Materials (ExtReMe) Lab. Page/SST Planners provided lab programming and planning. Goodwin Hall was designed by ZGF and is LEED Silver Certified.

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Project Details Project Size 118,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

University of Connecticut, Cell Sciences Institute Renovation and Addition Farmington, Connecticut This award-winning renovation of a 1970s-era pharmaceutical research building provided the University of Connecticut with a new home for the Cell and Genome Sciences Institute. Phased renovations for the building, which houses UConn Stem Cell Institute, the R.D. Berlin Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling, and the Department of Genetics and Developmental Biology, included labs for genetics and developmental biology, stem cell research, computational modeling (cell analysis and modeling) and animal studies. The lab planning team fit a variety of program elements into the complex, existing floor plan of the 118,000-square-foot building, with a strong emphasis on flexible labs with natural light. Existing metal casework in research labs were extensively upgraded to modern research and safety standards. The project currently has an expansion project for the very successful incubator facility that will bring additional tenant labs online. The Institute, designed by Goody Clancy & Associates, received the 2010 Reconstruction Award from Building Design + Construction and the 2011 Renovation Lab Project of the Year from R&D Magazine.

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Project Details Project Size 158,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

State University of New York (SUNY), Institute for Human Performance Syracuse, New York This new building provided the Upstate Medical University Institute for Human Performance with a new 158,000-square-foot addition. The four-story addition provides two levels of flexible wet lab space for teams of investigators from different disciplines who are collaborating on the cause and progression of diseases of the brain, spine and nervous system. There are core labs for 2-Photon Microscopy and Microarray. One floor is dedicated to a 23,500-square-foot animal housing with a behavioral testing suite, transgenic breeding suite, and large aquatics housing suite, as well as an animal imaging core with MRI, SPECT/CT and MicroPET. Page/SST Planners provided lab programming and lab planning services for the building. Goody Clancy & Associates was the design architect for the project.

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LEED gold

Brown University, Hunter Hall Environmental Research and Teaching (BERT) Renovation Providence, Rhode Island

Project Details Project Size 51,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

Page provided complete laboratory planning and design services for the renovation of Hunter Hall at 85 Waterman Street into the Building for Environmental Research & Teaching (BERT). The second and third floors were completely redesigned to house flexible lab space and research support space for ecology and evolutionary biology sciences and chemical engineering. Working closely with the ecology faculty, layouts that maximized the shared use of support space and optimized office and workstation proximity to the second floor labs were developed. The 3rd Floor labs were designed for “to be determined” chemical and biochemical engineers or other service intensive labs. The resulting “semi-private” wet labs achieved a very efficient and flexible user-friendly floor plan in a floor plate original designed for psychology labs. The labs promote a collegial environment yet maintain investigator independence. Page/SST Planners provided complete lab planning services including programming, equipment planning, documentation and construction administration. The project was completed as a Design Build contract with Brown University and Toshiko Mori Architects LLP who was the lead design firm. The Project achieved LEED Gold.

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Shenandoah University, Health & Life Sciences Building Winchester, Virginia

Project Details Project Size 55,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

The new Health & Life Sciences Building is a 55,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility devoted to the health professions and STEM disciplines. The building features a 2,000-square-foot, 16-table cadaver lab supporting physical therapy, athletic training and nursing programs. The Nursing Department also has skills labs and an observation room. In addition, the project brings together under one roof the chemistry and biology instructional labs and their associated support spaces. There are a number of shared spaces such as study rooms, seminar and conference rooms. An important project goal was to promote multi-disciplinary and interactive learning. The labs were also designed to provide long-term flexibility to accommodate changes in use and pedagogy over time at this undergraduate liberal arts college. Page/SST Planners provided lab programming and lab planning services for the building, which was designed by Earl Swensson Associates, Inc. (ESa).

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Project Details Project Size 12,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Lab Planning / Architecture / MEP Engineering / Contract Administration

Baylor College of Medicine, Vestibular Research Laboratory Houston, Texas The Baylor College of Medicine Vestibular Research Lab project relocates an existing research laboratory facility located at Washington University St. Louis, Missouri to a renovated space at the main campus of Baylor College of Medicine. The relocated research program calls for non-human primate (NHP) research and related administrative support space, and separate human-subject research areas utilizing equipment similar to that of the NHP program. The main research goal of the laboratory is to understand the mechanisms underlying multisensory integration for motion perception and spatial orientation. The collective project consists of two program components: a laboratory and an administrative support area. The laboratory component includes animal housing, cage wash, veterinary storage, necropsy/procedure space, EMI-shielded equipment and control rooms for conducting experiments, wet and dry laboratory bench areas, electronics workshops, and computational equipment areas. The administrative component includes staff offices, canteen and conference-presentation areas, restrooms and office support space. Equipment rooms include 3D motion platforms.

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LEED gold

Project Details Project Size 140,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

Montgomery College, New Bioscience Education Center Germantown, Maryland Page/SST provided lab planning services for the 140,000 gsf Bioscience Education Center, on the Germantown campus on Maryland’s I-270 technology corridor. The design promotes studentfaculty interaction, multi-disciplinary team learning with the use of demonstration and recitation spaces with the display of science and technology throughout the building. This STEM building houses biology, chemistry and biotechnology labs. Mathematics is being renovated in an adjoining building on the quad. The Biotech program will educate students in proper bio-manufacturing processes including gown-in, sample prep and robotics lab. Each floor contains science labs paired with prep and recitation rooms, classrooms, and faculty offices. This building, designed by The Lukmire Partnership with Mitchell Giurgola, is certified as LEED Gold and promotes energy conservation using solar, wind and light harvesting.

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John Hopkins University, Wilmer Eye Institute Robert H and Clarice Smith Building Baltimore, Maryland

Project Details Project Size 202,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

This project delivered a state-of-the-art building to Johns Hopkins that houses its expanded research, clinical, and residency programs in ophthalmology. The 202,000-square-foot facility contains five floors of flexible research labs. A five-story atrium promotes interaction between researchers with a large gathering area for lectures and events, and brings natural light into the labs and offices. Bridges across the atrium connects labs with office suites, and glass walls in the labs provide a visual connection to the offices. Interactive spaces enhance community among researchers for a productive environment. Page/SST Planners provided programming services. Ayers/Saint/ Gross was the Design Architect in association with Wilmot/Sanz.

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Project Details Project Size 63,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

Gallaudet University, STM Laboratory Renovation Washington, DC This interior renovation of the Hall Memorial Building includes a total area of work of 63,000 GSF, on two floors and divided in two phases. The first phase, 4th floor renovation includes teaching labs for Chemistry, Instrument Lab, Research spaces for students and faculty (Chemistry, Physics and Biology) and support spaces. A mock up of the proposed Chemistry teaching lab was built during the design phase in order to test architectural improvements to be incorporated into the final design for student-centered deaf space. The second phase, the 3rd floor, includes three teaching labs for Biology and Physics, Research, STM classrooms, and lab support spaces. Page/SST Planners provided complete lab planning services including programming, equipment planning, documentation and construction administration. The architect was Studio TWENTYSEVEN Architecture in Washington, DC.

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Project Details Project Size 504,000 Square Feet Services Provided Planning / Architecture / Engineering / Interiors / Consulting

The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School Research and Medical Office Building Austin, Texas Page is a design partner on all University of Texas buildings being planned for the Medical Center District. In association with ZGF, Page is designing the 264,428-square-foot Research Building, the 239,373-square-foot Medical Office Building 1 and the 1,120-vehicle, 448,054-square-foot, structured parking garage. The eight-story research building will house 97,000 square feet of wet laboratory space and 15,000 square feet of core labs. A 20,000-squarefoot vivarium with expansion capabilities which includes imaging and surgery suite as well. The first floor includes full-size imaging equipment and cyclotron. The 10-story Medical Office Building 1 will be connected to the Research Building via a five-level “dry lab,� enabling collaboration and translational research among medical professionals and clinical researchers. Bounded by Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Interstate Highway 35, 15th Street, and Trinity Street, the medical district was first identified in The University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan and was later confirmed in the recent Medical District Master Plan created by Page and Sasaki Associates. Of significance is the immediate adjacency of the proposed medical district to the existing University Medical Center Brackenridge, specifically because of the substantial investment in facilities in the Medical Center, which will continue to serve a new teaching hospital being planned. The medical district is being developed as a partnership between UT Austin, Seton Healthcare and Central Texas Healthcare. The vision for the district focuses on medical education that integrates healthcare, teaching, and research within an interdisciplinary setting, taking full advantage of adjacent university resources.

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Project Details Project Size 86,570 Square Feet Services Provided Architecture / Engineering / Interiors / Consulting / Planning / Programming / Sustainability

The University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School Education and Administration Building Austin, Texas Page is the prime architect on all University of Texas buildings being planned for the Medical Center District. The Page team was selected to design the 86,570-square-foot Education and Administration Building. As part of that project, a 7,000-square-foot renovation to the School of Nursing Building will provide simulation laboratory space to serve the entire medical district. The project includes a landmark “Social Edge� that contains interconnected collaboration zones, a standardized patient simulation center, a full gross anatomy lab, a large 150 seat Team Based Learning Classroom, a multipurpose teaching lab for organic dissections, and a cutting edge media center/commons/library. One of the more innovative program elements is a suite of student-centric academies to provide the medical students a true home with lounge, collaboration, and study areas ganged on a dedicated floor.

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Project Details Project Size 60,000 Square Feet Services Provided Architecture / Design / Construction Administration / Interior Design / MEP Engineering

The University of Texas at Dallas, Brain Performance Institute Richardson, Texas Based on our strong background in neurosciences, The University of Texas at Dallas recently engaged Page to refine the program, plan and design the Brain Performance Institute, an expansion of the Center for Brain Health Campus. The 60,000-sqaure-foot Brain Performance Institute is to be a next-generation and iconic facility, leveraging the successes established in research and trials at the Center for Brain Health. The BPI goal to maximize and extend brain performance for all ages is reinforced in the planning and design of the new facility. To do this requires rigorous site and adjacency analysis, along with a thorough synthesis of the BPI program initiatives and greater UT Dallas system research initiatives. At Page, we recognize that often there is a stigma associated with learning disabilities and brain disorders. By creating an iconic facility where people with all types of brain function will go to increase brain performance, we are helping break the myths surrounding brain disorders. Our designers are prepared to create an environment that is inspiring for all users and visitors of the facility, from the young to the old, from student to veteran, and in making UT Dallas the “go-to� facility for brain performance. In close collaboration with the UT Dallas system Page is simultaneously working on the Immersive Research and Instructional Space (IRIS) project. Project IRIS will be an advanced multidisciplinary visualization lab for research and teaching. Over 20 UT Dallas programs are anticipated to become users of this state-of-theart facility, including Neurosciences, Brain and Behavioral Sciences, and Arts and Humanities.

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Project Details Project Size 192,135 Square Feet Services Provided Architecture / Engineering / Interiors / Consulting

University of Texas at Dallas, Natural Science & Engineering Research Laboratory Richardson, Texas Page, in association with ZGF, designed the Natural Science and Engineering Research Building which provides multidisciplinary research programs ranging from physics, biology, and chemistry to electrical engineering and neuroscience. The 190,195 SF project includes faculty, student, and administrative offices, and laboratory spaces, as well as a 10,000 SF cleanroom, space for the University’s technology acceleration program, and facilities for imaging. A primary goal of the building was to provide highly flexible interdisciplinary laboratory space to support and encourage interaction of the researchers housed within. Equally important was providing the most highly serviced and safest laboratory space on the campus to accommodate cleanroom and laboratory functions previously housed in other buildings. The solution was a floor plan comprised of two laboratory wings, with office space adjacent to the laboratories.

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LEED gold

Project Details Project Size 235,000 Square Feet Service Provided Architecture / Engineering / Programming

The University of Texas at Arlington, Engineering Research Building Arlington, Texas The 235,000 square feet, six-story Engineering Research Building (ERB) consolidates the College of Science and the College of Engineering departments of Bioengineering and Computer Sciences, which were formerly housed in several aging campus facilities. A main goal of the project was to create a facility supportive of the new paradigm of highly interactive teaching and research facilities with the flexibility to accommodate evolving technologies for teams of multidisciplinary research investigators. The building allows computer science and biomedical engineers to work alongside students of chemistry, biology, physics, math, and genomics. Program spaces include efficient and flexible teaching and research laboratories; laboratory support spaces; classrooms; faculty, student, and administrative offices; as well as spaces for interaction and collaboration.

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Page served as Architect of Record, in association with ZGF as Design Architect, and also provided MEP engineering and LEED documentation services.

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