Moses Engineering served as a third-party commissioning service for this construction project of a multi-disciplinary biomedical research facility at the University of Florida for the UF Genetics Institute and the Cancer Research Center. The new facility included research laboratories, animal research facilities, faculty and administrative offices, and a rooftop research greenhouse. The Genetics and Cancer Research Center is programmed to be a 255,500 gross square foot facility, providing 148,500 net assignable square feet to house the research, training and administrative operations of the Genetics Institute and Cancer Research Center and a Central Energy Plant. This facility provides the two entities with the necessary space to increase the level of funded grant research and will provide efficiencies in operation through the consolidation of the core research support facilities.
OwnerUniversity of Florida
Project Size255,500 sqft.