National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Cell Processing Modular Construction
Genesis served as the project cGMP SME (Subject Matter Expert) coordinating with the NIH and the project design build team. We provided MEP engineering and supported the CQV team with troubleshooting during facility startup for this award-winning facility. Winner of ENR’s Best of the Best Awards, it is one of the first large-scale prefabricated and multi-modular cGMP manufacturing facilities built in the nation. It will be used by the National Cancer Institute to deliver groundbreaking cancer treatment. Its footprint spans about 14,200 SF and is supported by a 30-foot deep auger pile foundation. Entry vestibules and a mezzanine mechanical space were constructed on site prior to the arrival of the cGMP modules. Once the modules were rigged into place, we enclosed the roof and walls to complete the building envelope and extended the utilities that were necessary to support the facility across the site, connecting them to the campus cooling and heating distribution systems.