Designed and constructed as an ABSL2 Laboratory Animal Research Building, this unit has an Animal Room, Procedure Space, and an Entry Vestibule. The animal room has ceiling thimble connectors and QD water connectors to support 3 double sided ventilated rodent racks. This unit has the flexibility to be converted into laboratory.
This Rodent Vivarium Building has a single animal room built to accommodate 5 double sided ventilated rodent cage racks. Thimble connections for the cage exhaust system are ceiling installed. This unit features an automatic animal watering system pressure reducing station and water lines. The entry vestibule has a hand wash sink, and laboratory benchtop space to accommodate simple procedures. This unit can be converted into a laboratory.
Originally used as a rodent vivarium set up to hold 6 double sided ventilated rodent racks in the larger room, and 3 single sided ventilated rodent racks in the Quarantine Room, this modular unit was designed for future use as a large animal facility. Covered trench drains can support the installation of raised floor caging systems for large animals, or modular caging systems on casters. This unit can be converted into a laboratory.
The building previously supported work with songbirds, so is set up with 4 small animal rooms, with 55 STC walls between the rooms. Constructed with future use in mind, two of the interior walls are easily removable. This unit has trench drains and can be adapted to support raised floor animal caging systems or mobile wheeled caging units. This unit can be converted into a laboratory.
This modular rodent facility has 2 animal rooms, one that will accommodate 4 double sided rodent racks, and a smaller animal room that holds a one double sided rodent rack. The previous researcher used the third room as a procedure/surgery room. This building can be modified to create a laboratory.
Previously used to support an aquatics research program, this modular vivarium has surface mounted water supply lines throughout, and a large scullery sink. Designed and constructed for flexibility, this building has thimble connectors and power outlets installed to accommodate 5 double sided ventilated rodent racks in the larger animal room. A smaller animal room can accommodate a rodent rack or be outfitted with laboratory casework or serve as storage space for feed and bedding.
This unit was previously used as a satellite Food Safety and Quality Control Laboratory for a frozen vegetable processing facility. The unit features a separate entry/sample receipt area, and a separate exit/ autoclave/ waste collection area. The process of sample preparation, incubation and testing follow a horseshoe configured main laboratory, with supporting laboratory bench space, laboratory base cabinets, and overhead shelves/cabinets. The building is currently set up to accommodate a 6’ ductless Biosafety Cabinet. Electrical raceways above the countertop allow flexibility in the placement of electrical and data outlets to support laboratory equipment.