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Taylor Design


Who We Are

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t Taylor Design, we collaborate with our clients to learn together and develop

user-centered solutions that are effective, meaningful, and delightful. We embrace market sectors and projects that contribute to positive experiences, and the creation of greater possibilities.

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Who We Are

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or more than 38 years, Taylor Design has built a national reputation in the

healthcare design industry, and has since established a growing presence in the education, science & technology, and senior living market sectors. Architectural Design

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MARKETS

Interior Design

Healthcare • Senior Living E d u c a t i o n • S c i e n c e & Te c h

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Offices

Irvine San Diego San Francisco


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trategy-based design is an iterative approach that leverages the best of lean

methodology, human-centered design, and design thinking. Our three practice areas – Architectural Design, Interior Design, and Design Strategy – are united in their use of design as both a point of view, and a shared process.


How We Work

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DISCOVER

I have a challenge. How do I approach it?

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DELIVER

DEFINE

I have an idea. How do I build it?

I learned something. How do I interpret it?

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DEVELOP

I see an opportunity. What do I create?


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Project Experience


Project Experience

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BLDG 52 ACCELERATOR CONTROL ROOM & NETWORK ROOM

SLAC NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY

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Details 3,300 SF Renovation Menlo Park, CA Completed: 2014 Construction Cost: $3.3M

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tanford Linear Accelerator Center asked Taylor Design to create a new Accelerator Control Room and Network Room build-out in a four-week time frame. The new control room is the monitoring center for all accelerator and site infrastructure, providing a central location in the heart of the campus. Included in the design were new interior finishes and the MEP systems to support the program requirements and expected loads. The equipment in both rooms are expected to increase and evolve over time, necessitating flexibility in workstation configurations. Each room includes multiple displays and monitors to control the accelerator.


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GENENTECH HALL PRUSINER-AGARD CRYO-EM FACILITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO

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Details 1,038 SF Renovation San Francisco, CA Completed: 2017 Construction Cost $663K


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his project renovated three existing rooms on the Ground Floor of UCSF Mission Bay Genentech Hall into a microscope suite and equipment room for two new Titan Krios High Base 80-300 Electron Microscopes supporting Nobel Award winning research. Scope • Accommodates process chilled water and uninterruptible power supply (UPS)routed to the microscope equipment from a remote equipment room. • Includes a local manifolded liquid nitrogen delivery system, utilizing vacuum insulated stainless steel tubing. • Required thorough analysis of forces transferred from the microscopes to the structure in a seismic event.

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SIDDIQI QUANTUM NANOELECTRONICS LAB CLEANROOM UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

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aylor Design was asked to plan and design the new Quantum Nanoelectronics Lab Cleanroom located in Campbell Hall at UC Berkeley by the research group headed by Dr. Irfan Siddiqi. The Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory investigates the quantum coherence of condensed matter systems ranging from single-quantum devices, such as squeezed states in high-Q cavities, to engineered many-body quantum states of microwave light which can be used to study quantum thermodynamics.

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Details 1,700 SF Renovation Berkeley, CA Completed: 2017 Construction Cost: $1.1M Scope Required three (3) distinct clean room spaces: an electron beam lithography fabrication unit with precise humidity and temperature controls (+/- 0.1°C), and rated at ISO 5 (per ISO 14644-1); a pre- and post-fabrication preparation lab with specialized fume hoods and rated at ISO 6; and a sputtering lab rated at ISO 7.


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MEDICAL SCIENCES BUILDING FLOORS 7&8 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL CENTER

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roject includes a complex array of five different laboratory groups including Mass Spectrometry, Laboratory Medicine, Rheumatology, Dentistry, and an Orofacial Clinic. Each group includes very different processes from the equipment intensive Mass Spec lab to the Dentistry animal research facility, to the outpatient Orofacial Clinic. Details 10,000 SF Renovation San Francisco, CA Completed: 2016 Construction Cost $6.2M DSA AC Approved, BSL-2

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Scope • Major Renovation of 5,000 ASF of Existing Wet Labs and Office Space. • Met Program Expectations for MassSpec Lab and Cell Analysis Core.


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STANLEY HALL BIOMOLECULAR NANOTECHNOLOGY CENTER CRYO-EM FACILITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

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Details 900 SF Renovation Berkeley, CA Completed: 2017 Construction Cost $228K


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aylor Design was selected by the University of California, Berkeley to renovate an existing 900 square foot NMR laboratory suite to accommodate a new Talos Arctica G2 Microscope and a future Titan Krios High Base 80-300 Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM). A separate equipment room was designed to house UPS and chiller equipment for each of the two microscopes together with all required disconnects, and sufficient cooling and exhaust for anticipated equipment heat loads. Careful attention was paid to providing a delivery pathway for both microscopes, and to minimizing noise transmission from the equipment room to the microscope lab and adjacent NMR suite. Scope • Accommodates a new Talos Arctica G2 Microscope and a future Titan Krios High Base 80-300 Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM).

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LI KA SHING COX BSL-3 LABORATORY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

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aylor Design was selected by the University of California, Berkeley to design the renovation of a BSL-3 laboratory within the state-ofthe-art Li Ka Shing Center, completed in 2011. The existing 680 square foot BSL-3 laboratory, used to research Mycobacterium tuberculosis, needed additional bench top research space to accommodate the hiring of a new Principal Investigator and growth of the research program. Taylor Design worked with the University, the MEP Engineering team, and the BSL3 Commissioning Agent to expand the lab by 25% by combining one of two airlock entrances to the lab suite and an adjacent microscopy room into a larger tissue culture room housing biosafety cabinets (BSC), incubators, a vacuum pump, a handwashing sink, and open shelving.

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Details 910 SF Renovation Berkeley, CA Completed: 2016 Construction Cost: $290K


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LI KA SHING FOSTER RODENT BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCES LABORATORY

Details 870 SF Renovation Berkeley, CA Completed: 2017 Construction Cost: $280K

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grid system. Researchers monitor the experiments from a desktop computer and work area on the opposite side of the blackout curtain from the maze.

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aylor Design was selected by the University of California, Berkeley to renovate 870 square feet within the animal research and vivarium level of Li Ka Shing Center to create dry labs for Dr. David Foster, Principal Investigator studying Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience. Four labs were similarly designed with blackout environments to house 8-foot by 8-foot mazes for rats to navigate while being presented with various light and color stimuli. The rats’ behavior is observed using a ceiling mounted camera system, while brain activity is monitored using neurotransmitters tethered to a custom-designed overhead channel


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STANLEY HALL NOGALES CRYO-EM FACILITY

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY • 725 SF • Berkeley, CA • Completed: 2016 • Construction Cost: $398K

SLAC B999 TUNNEL LABORATORY FACILITIES SLAC NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY • 6,000 SF • Menlo Park, CA • Design Completed: 2017 • ADA Compliant


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B040A HIGH POWER LASER LABORATORY SLAC NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY • 550 SF (laser lab space) • 165 SF (control room) • 170 SF (growing area) • Menlo Park, CA • Completed: 2015

SLAC B950 ROOFTOP ADDITION AND UTILITIES RELOCATION SLAC NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY

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ADDITIONAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS UC Berkeley Stanley Hall Biomolecular Nanotechnology Cryo-EM Laboratory UC Berkeley Barker Hall Imaging Laboratory UC San Francisco, HSE 1248 Cardiology Dry Laboratory Remodel UC San Francisco, Golden Laboratory UC San Francisco, Hunter’s Point Animal Facility HVAC Upgrade Feasibility Study CSU East Bay, College of Science Laboratory Remodel Stanford University, SLAC PEP Ring Road Upgrades and Site Improvements Stanford University, SLAC Building 041 Renovation UC San Diego, Mayer Hall Popmintchev Laser Laboratory UC San Diego, Cellular & Molecular Medicine East (CMME) Ludwig Groups 1 & 2 Modernization Illumina, San Diego Headquarters, Project Kitchen Sink Illumina, San Diego Headquarters, Project Oscar


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INSTITUTIONAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS

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CORPORATE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS

• California Institute for Biomedical Research (Calibr) • Lockheed Martin Space Systems • Genentech • Illumina • Janssen

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The Team

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The Team

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KEVIN HINRICHS LEED AP

PRINCIPAL | OFFICE LEADER, SAN FRANCISCO BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE

Kevin has experience in every aspect of

• Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

building design and construction, from

• SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

programming and schematic design, through construction administration.

EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA Major:

• University of California, San Francisco • Department of Veterans Affairs • University of California, Davis • University of California, Merced

Architecture Minor: Psychology

• Lockheed Martin

Harvard School of Public Health, Guidelines

• BioMarin

for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations

REGISTRATIONS Licensed Architect - California #C34437


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ERIC PEABODY LEED AP BD+C

SENIOR ASSOCIATE | PROJECT DIRECTOR BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE

Eric’s experience includes highly technical

• SLAC National

projects which involve complex integration of architecture, equipment, and building systems.

Accelerator Laboratory

• University of California, San Francisco • California State University, East Bay

EDUCATION

• University of California, Berkeley

Bachelor of Architecture with Honors

• University of California, Santa Cruz

Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo Harvard School of Public Health Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations

REGISTRATIONS Licensed Architect - California #C31787 Licensed Architect - Washington & Arizona

• Department of Veterans Affairs • John Muir Health • Hoag Hospital


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JOE LOWE AIA, LEED AP, DBIA ASSOC. OFFICE LEADER, SAN DIEGO BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE

As a member of the Planetree network, Joe

• University of California, San Diego

takes a user-centered and evidenced-based

• University of California, Riverside

design approach in his work.

• Sharp Healthcare

EDUCATION

• Scripps Health

Master of Architecture

• Kaiser Permanente

New School of Architecture & Design Bachelor of Science in Design Arizona State University

REGISTRATIONS Licensed Architect - California #C30454

• Rady Children’s Hospital


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STEPHANIE L’ESTRANGE IIDA, CID INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR BIO Stephanie brings a depth of knowledge

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

with 20 years of experience gained from

• Bellevue Technology Center

extensive work on complex projects. As Design Director, she brings a key capacity

• Karius, Inc

to recognize the specific demands of a

• Sony PlayStation

particular location and tailor the design

• General Motors

process to be efficient and productive.

• Accenture

EDUCATION

• Sierra Health Foundation

Bachelor of Science, Interior Architecture

• Salesforce

and Design, University of San Francisco

REGISTRATIONS International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Committee Member Volunteer for Philanthropy by Design Interior Design Committee for Society for the Blind Offices


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JEN LEONARD

DESIGN STRATEGY PRACTICE LEADER BIO

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

Jen energizes the strategies practice at

• University of California, San Diego

Taylor Design with a journalism background

• Kaiser Permanente

and more than a decade of human-centered research and design experience. Her

• OnLok

approach is inclusive and inquisitive.

• Hoag Hospital

EDUCATION Post-graduate Design Diploma Institute without Boundaries (IwB), Bruce Mau Design & George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto, Canada Master of Arts, The Graduate School of Journalism, The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada

• Nike • AT&T


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Taylor Design Science & Technology Project Experience  

Architectural Design | Interior Design | Design Strategy

Taylor Design Science & Technology Project Experience  

Architectural Design | Interior Design | Design Strategy