Boston – JM Coull (JMC) recently completed renovations to six laboratories in the Egan Research Center at Northeastern University.
The project scope called for complete gut renovations of Labs 157, 160, 216, 230, 231, and 464. The labs included fume hoods and emergency showers and eye wash stations.
JMC extended the existing nitrogen line from the building’s loading dock tank farm to Lab 231 and provided future tees and valves for other labs. Lab 216, the largest of the spaces, features an aluminum and glass storefront to support Northeastern’s “Science on Display” initiative.
JMC has been doing projects at the university for more than 10 years.