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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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We start with your vision. We design for the future. Page serves the following markets for maker spaces:

Academia Biotechs Corporate Incubators Innovation Centers Government

Page provides tailored consulting services for planning and design of laboratories for arts & sciences, engineering, and allied health programs for academic institutions nationwide and has served a distinguished list of public and private science based clients with quality laboratory planning and design services since 1994. Projects range from large multi-science research lab and learning classroom facilities to focused complex lab renovations. Representative relevant projects include: ƒ Quinsigimond CC, Engineering Science & Technology Building with a maker lab facility ƒ College of William & Mary Renovation of Physical science labs with student project lab workshop ƒ UMass Boston, Integrated Science Center - Multidisciplinary student “sandbox” project lab ƒ Virginia Tech, Goodwin Hall with robotics and project labs ƒ LaGrange College STEM Science Building with multidisciplinary student project lab ƒ UMass Lowell, Innovation Hub & M2D2 Incubator Renovation & Fit-up with shared maker lab* ƒ University of Delaware, Renovation of Engineering Innovation Design Studio* ƒ VCU Engineering Research Building with Innovation Maker Space* ƒ George Washington University, Energy Lab Renovation; Northern Virginia Campus ƒ University of Oklahoma Engineering Academic Building with Maker Space ƒ University of Connecticut Cell Sciences Institute Renovation and Technology Incubation Program ƒ U.S. Naval Research Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research ƒ TechSpace Incubator ƒ Wentworth Institute of Technology Center for Engineering, Innovation and Sciences *Note that the University of Delaware, UMass Lowell, and VCU are all University Innovation Fellows

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Located within the Biomedical Engineering Building for the University of Oklahoma, the BioManufacturing Maker Lab is part of a network supporting undergraduate and graduate innovation, engineering capstone projects, and innovation across disciplines to develop new types of maker lab spaces at OU. Nearby to the Maker Lab is the central area of activity and collaboration space called the Living Room, where casual and team interaction, informal meetings, or individual studying occurs.

Collaboration We specialize in academic and entrepreneurial labs and classroom spaces that facilitate highly collaborative, hands-on, maker environments where students, faculty and private sector leaders can innovate, discover, learn and spin-out new ideas as illustrated in the examples above. The multi-disciplinary labs are prominently “on display,� contributing to the excitement and energy of the science, engineering and arts projects these facilities support. The spaces utilize flexible furniture, layered lab services and mobile storage systems along with computers, whiteboards, robust networks, and video displays that nimbly adjust to evolving project objectives. This strategy is applicable across a wide range of science, STEM, engineering and humanities that work together to create hubs of multi-departmental collaboration.

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3D study model and built “Showcase” Maker Lab at Virginia Tech’s Goodwin Hall. Basic furniture is adjustable and reconfigurable. Fixed equipment is at the perimeter and in an overhead grid permits large and small student projects. Storage is modular along the walls and cabinets with integral marker boards can be positioned to add spatial definition when needed. AV/IT, computers, marker boards, and video displays with clusters of tables & chairs enable students to work hands-on in groups or individually.

Flexibility Maker Spaces are places for working with equipment, instruments, and materials and they need to allow for equipment and ways of doing things to change somewhat frequently. The idea of flexibility is not new and is a standard claim for new labs. But there are some new approaches that can help deliver on the flexibility promise: § Movable furniture and movable lab benches to allow multiple configurations. § Furniture that is adjustable in height with stools/chairs that are actually comfortable. § Desk spaces can be added to some labs to increase the range of activities in the lab. § Overhead services in the center with fixed sinks and fume hoods at the perimeter. § Well-designed support spaces that allow for prepping labs for multiple subjects.

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“Fab Labs provide access and tools to experiment - to take an idea and do something with it. The idea behind Fab Labs is that you don’t have to have an advanced degree to operate the equipment. It’s a community-based resource, and all tools and software are free to use.”

Next Generation Maker Spaces Labs have always been places for ‘doing’, but the next generation of labs is more for ‘doing these things cooperatively’. Labs are arranged so students can work together effectively in teams. This is true for all engineering related STEM activities, although the approaches differ somewhat by discipline. The most important new innovative space in STEM programs is the “maker space” for making things and solving problems. These are interdisciplinary spaces and join science and technology by being completely about learning by doing.

Kathy Rentsch, Quinsigamond Community College QuEST Center, Dean of Business, Engineering and Technology

Our planning and lab design methodology for STEM programs, always tailored to specific client needs, is the foundation for a successful design and it builds off highly interactive workshop sessions structured around the functional needs of a project. We conduct this process effectively by identifying relevant issues quickly and delivering thorough documentation as early as possible. Our goal is to use this methodology along with our expertise to help create elegant science and technology solutions that are economical to build and operate, safe, adaptable to rapid changes in teaching methods, and that accomplish the institutional and strategic goals set for the project. Ultimately, we strive to create the laboratory against which others are compared.

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Quinsigamond Community College QuEST Center Worcester, Massachusetts Project Details Project Size 30,000 Square Feet (Phase I) 22,00 Square Feet (Phase II) Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning Maker Elements E Electronics E P Prototyping C Collaboration D Design Lab S Show Case

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Page’s lab planning team provided complete laboratory programming and planning services for the first 30,000 SF phase of the QuEST (Quinsigamond Engineering, Science and Technology) Center with STEM programs distributed on three floors. The first floor has a large mechatronics lab, a combined electronics and energy utility technology lab, a CAD/CAM design studio and QCC’s first Fab Lab. The second and third floors have labs for physics, biology, chemistry and pre-pharmacy. Dean of the School for Business, Engineering and Technology, Kathy Rentsch noted the importance of the QuEST Center by pointing out that it will train students in growing fields such as biomedical engineering, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, mechatronics, and robotics. She also stated that “these new facilities will allow us to offer more sophisticated engineering and technical options and training for incumbent workers.” Quoted from qcc.edu. QCC is the first community college in Massachusetts to be included in the U.S. Fab Lab Network. The QuEST Center‘s Fab Lab is based on the planning criteria of the original CBA (Bits and Atoms) program at MIT and has all the necessary high-tech tools such as laser and vinyl cutters, 3D scanners and printers, soldering stations, and milling, molding and casting machines needed for an exceptional facility. The design architect was Perry Dean Rogers and Page/SST’s comprehensive planning and design services included peer institution benchmarking and evaluation of multiple ‘new construction’ versus ‘renovation’ strategies so as to best optimize available resources and long-term instructional goals. The completed project will include two phases of new construction totaling over 52,000 SF with an estimated budget of $28M.

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The College of William & Mary Small Hall Addition and Renovation Williamsburg, Virginia Project Details Project Size 95,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration Maker Elements

Page’s lab planning team provided complete lab planning services for the renovation and laboratory addition to support expanded research capabilities in the fields of atomic, molecular and optical physics; nuclear physics; neutrino physics; and condensed matter. Labs are divided into two classes for vibration and environmental control. Specific labs are designated for chemical use and one lab is a fully enclosed Faraday cage. All labs are intended to be flexible working spaces able to accommodate heavy equipment loads. Partitions between labs are fully demountable and power is supplied to all labs via a fully user configurable 60 amp overhead plug busway. The renovated facility includes a new high bay assembly space, clean room and machine shop. Architectural Design was provided by Stantec and Page’s lab planning team provided complete lab planning services including programming, equipment planning, documentation and construction administration.

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LEED Gold

UMass-Boston Integrated Science Center with Interdisciplinary Sandbox Laboratory Boston, Massachusetts

This new multidisciplinary science building provided UMass-Boston with its first new academic building on the Boston campus in nearly four decades. The 229,450-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.

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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 biology and chemistry research and instructional labs were developed with representatives from both departments.

Project Size 95,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

The building was designed by Goody Clancy and Page’s lab planning team provided complete laboratory programming and planning services including programming, equipment planning, documentation and construction administration. The building has achieved LEED Gold certification.

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LEED Gold

Virginia Tech Goodwin Hall with Robotics Laboratory Blacksburg, Virginia Project Details Project Size 155,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

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’s lab planning team provided lab programming and planning. Goodwin Hall was designed by ZGF and is LEED Gold Certification.

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LaGrange College, New Science Building and Cason J. Calloway Science Building Renovation with STEM and Sandbox Laboratories LaGrange, Georgia Project Details Project Size 26,529 Square Feet (Renovation) 41,000 Square Feet (New) Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

Page’s lab planning team provided complete lab planning services for this new STEM building and associated renovation. The existing Cason J. Calloway Science Building is located on the main campus and was constructed in 1972. While the building is structurally sound, its capacity to support current lab science pedagogy and practice, and a growing undergraduate population, is severely limited. Thus the 3 story 26,529 SF building was updated and renovated to provide additional classroom, some limited lab space with minimal infrastructure requirements, including physics and mathematics with a technology enabled studio style classroom for media production for distance learning capabilities. The building also has faculty/ departmental administrative offices and meeting spaces. A new 41,000 SF building located directly across from the existing Cason J. Calloway Science Building was built to include teaching lab space, faculty offices, and building support for the Biology and Chemistry Departments. This new building includes state of the art labs with reconfigurable lab furnishings to enable hands-on multidisciplinary learning. A shared student project lab for special maker-type projects (including access to 3D printers is located off the main circulation space to energize the building. The design firm for the project was Earl Swensson Architects. The College pursued financing for part of the project through the New Market Tax Credits Program.

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UMass Lowell Merrimack Valley Open Innovation Hub + M2D2 Renovation and Fit-up Lowell, Massachusetts Project Details Project Size 6,500 Square Feet (labs only) Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration Maker Elements P Prototyping

Page’s lab planning team provided complete laboratory programming and planning support services for the upfit of raw space into state-ofthe-art incubator labs for the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Trinity Financial Inc. (developer). ICON was the design architect for the project. The University is currently leasing several floors of space in the 110 Canal Street Warehouse in the historic Hamilton Canal District along the canal walk for the Merrimack Valley Open Innovation Hub and for M2D2. Co-locating these two programs provides access to research space, BSL2 lab space, shared support labs such as fume hoods, PCR and media prep rooms, prototyping space (Makerlab) as well as office, conference and event space. The UML administrative staff will also encourage the use of the facility as a venue for organizations outside of the University for technology innovation, start-up and entrepreneurial activities. The University will also support medical innovation in the new M2D2 space including lab use/rentals, incubator space, clinical trial support, laboratory feasibility assessments, culminating in product development and research opportunities in the private sector.

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The University of Delaware Cyber Security Range and Maker Space New Castle, Delaware Project Details Project Size 6,000 Square Feet Services Provided Architecture / Design Services / Lab Design / Construction Documents / Contract Administration Maker Elements

Page was commissioned to design a new Cyber Security Range, Maker Space and new meeting spaces to facilitate student collaboration for the College of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Delaware. During the design phase the architects discovered an existing skylight system that had been previously roofed over and forgotten about. This system was refurbished and used to provide natural light into the new spaces.  The design highlights the use of low cost materials to develop a high tech image that is appropriate for the new Cyber Security aspect of the project. Working closely with the university architect and facilities department enabled the designers to rapidly develop a prototype and concept in less than 90 days.   The architectural design concept uses the metaphor of a Farraday Cage, a wire grid used to contain the spread of electromagnetic signals, as the design inspiration for this space. Here, copper painted aluminum mesh is used in serpentine fashion, similar to wave forms, on portions of the ceiling and walls to create visual interest and reflect upon the larger purpose of the training provided.

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George Washington University The Institute for Basic Science and Technology Lab Renovation Northern Virginia Campus Project Details Project Size 1,600 Usable Square Feet of Lab Space + Separate Office Areas Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

Page’s lab planning team provided complete programming and laboratory planning services for the renovation and fit-up of a Solar Energy Research Lab at George Washington University. The lab is designed for development of solar energy storage systems. The fit-up of the labs was within a fully occupied existing building which remained in operation during the renovation. The lab is 1,600 NASF and is supported by additional office and work areas in adjacent rooms. This room was designed to promote public/private partnerships and enables maker / entrepreneurial activities. The lab also has specialized and highly sensitive instrumentation. The lab was zoned into wet and dry service areas to accommodate research and equipment for electrochemistry, fuel cell testing and solar simulation including optics and spectroscopy. An extensive overhead grid system is used to provide flexibility on the work bench and allows reconfiguration of the casework as needed for specific set-ups. The lab is also supported by associated offices and work desks in an adjacent area. The lead engineering firm was Vanderweil Engineers and Page/SST Planners provided complete lab planning services including programming, equipment planning, documentation and construction administration.

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Virginia Commonwealth University Engineering Research Building with Innovation Maker Facility Richmond, Virginia Project Details Project Size 120,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning Maker Elements E Electronics P Prototyping B Biomanufacturing C Collaboration T Tools / Shop D Design Lab

Page’s lab planning team is providing complete lab planning services for a new 120,000 SF multidisciplinary Engineering Research Building (ERB) for Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) with a construction budget of approximately $64M. The building will be located on the Monroe Park Campus adjacent to several other School of Engineering buildings. Due to successful expansion of the school and planned growth in research funding, the need for the new space is immediate and an additional adjacent facility is critical in order for the school to meet the University’s master plan objectives. The primary focus of the ERB will be research and economic development. In addition, an essential component of biomedical and bioengineering research is the vivarium. These are expensive and demanding areas to build due to the specialized equipment needed, the high degree of system reliability and control required. The needs of the animal facility for the engineering program at VCU is tailored to specific research objectives. Detailed programming workshops with the animal use committee and the departmental leadership set planning priorities for this facility. The planning and design stages for the ERB for the labs and animal facilities was interactive and incorporated workshops with key representatives of each of the departments with a special emphasis on their future research directions. The new building will have three floors of very flexible research labs and support spaces, a floor with an innovation center, maker labs with associated shops and meeting spaces and a floor dedicated to the vivarium. The project team is Baskervill and Goody Clancy for Architecture, BR+A for Engineering and Page/SST Planners for lab programming, planning and design.

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University of Oklahoma Biomedical Engineering Building and BioManufacturing Maker Laboratory Norman, Oklahoma Project Details Project Size 67,693 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Lab Planning / Design through CA / Interior Design / Structural Engineering / MEP Engineering Maker Elements E Electronics E P Prototyping B Biomanufacturing T Tools / Shop S Show Case

Page designed the state-of-the-art Biomedical Engineering Building for the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. This 67,693-SF building is the last building to complete the Engineering Quadrangle. The Engineering Academic Building is the gathering place for all engineering students, especially in the ground-floor collaboration spaces. This facility houses the Chemistry, Biology, Biomedical Engineering disciplines and is comprised of research labs, studio labs, maker spaces, lecture hall, research workspace and other administrative/support spaces. The maker space is prominently located on the ground floor of the building and occupies 2,000 SF of the ground floor adjacent to studio design labs and two biomedical teaching labs with instrumentation. It is part of a network supporting undergraduate and graduate innovation, engineering capstone projects, and making and innovation across disciplines to develop new types of maker lab spaces at OU. The BioManufacturing Maker Lab is designed for projects with environments from noisy & high dust to sterile & low noise with biocontainment (BSL2) capabilities. The central area of activity for everyone in the Engineering Academic Building is the ground floor collaborative space called the Living Room. Casual and team interaction, informal meetings, or individual studying occur in a variety of flexible seating and table options. The flexible furniture also allow easy reconfiguration to hold student, campus and community events in the space. The Living Room is on the path to a large staircase to the teaching labs, so that the large volumes of students going to the teaching labs will not need to take the elevator.


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University of Connecticut Cell Sciences Institute Renovation and Technology Incubator Program Farmington, Connecticut Project Details Project Size 118,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration

This award-winning renovation of a 1970s-era pharmaceutical research building provided the UConn Health with a new home for the Cell and Genome Sciences Institute and dramatically increased capacity of the Technology Incubation Program (TIP) in a new wing. Phased renovations for the building included labs for genetics and developmental biology, stem cell research, and computational modeling (cell analysis and modeling). The lab planning team fit a variety of program elements into the complex, existing floor plan of the 118,000 SF building, with a strong emphasis on flexible labs with natural light. The incubator facility provided 32 new wet labs and 40 new offices at UConn Health in the middle of the state’s Bioscience Corridor for use by top technology startups from within and outside of Connecticut. Page’s lab planning team provided complete lab planning services including programming, equipment planning, documentation and construction administration. 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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U.S. Naval Research Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research Washington, DC Project Details Project Size 49,000 Square Feet Services Provided Programming / Schematic Design / Design Development Documents / Equipment Planning / Construction Administration Maker Elements C Collaboration D Design Lab

“The Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research provides specialized facilities to support highly innovative, multidisciplinary research in autonomous systems, including intelligent autonomy, human-autonomous system interaction and collaboration, sensor systems, power and energy systems, networking and communications, and platforms. The Laboratory provides unique facilities and simulated environmental high bays (littoral, desert, tropical, and forest) and instrumented reconfigurable high bay spaces to support integration of science and technology components into research prototype systems. In addition, a dedicated sensor lab and power and energy lab provide unique resources for developing, testing and integrating advanced sensors and power and energy solutions for autonomous systems. Machine, electronics and prototyping shows support rapid development of hardware.� Text and images courtest of NRL. Publication approval: 14-1231-0082. Page’s lab planning team provided complete lab planning and lab design services for Wiley Wilson for this project.

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TechSpace Austin, Texas Project Details Project Size 28,000 Square Feet Services Provided Interiors / Furniture Consulting / Graphics

TechSpace Holding Co. has recently opened their eighth tech-focused co-working space and first in downtown Austin. The office is located on the ground floor and the entire fourth floor of the San Jacinto Center and provides 250 workstations, including 24 private suites, and additional co-working and event space. Page was selected to design the 28,000 square-foot project, which accommodates small to mid-sized businesses. Co-Working space on the first floor, and flexible office suites on the 4th floor both have access to conference rooms, break/coffee area, lounges, phone booths, locker and bike storage.

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Summary Sheet - Project Elements

Quinsigamond Community College, QuEST Center

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Virginia Tech, Goodwin Hall

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UDel Innovation Design Studio

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OU Biomedical Engineering Building

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College of William & Mary, Small Hall

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UCHC Incubator Program

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U.S. Naval Research Lab

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VCU Engineering Research Building

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George Washington University, Energy Lab

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UMass Lowell, Innovation Hub

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LaGrange College, STEM Science Building

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UMass - Boston, Integrated Science Center

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