Boston – STEM Solutions LLC, a provider of commercial and educational custom lab fit outs, announced it recently wrapped up a lab renovation for the eighth and 10th floors at the Karp Research Building for Boston Children’s Hospital. The firm also announced that it will be starting work on both Massachusetts General Hospital’s (MGH) Gray 1 building and the MGH Simches 6 building.
“For the Gray 1 lab upgrade, we were chosen by Turner Construction to provide and install custom 316 stainless steel casework and countertops,” said Alex St. Peter, director of marketing operations for STEM. “316 grade stainless steel is more resistant to pitting and corrosion and elevated temperatures, making it a superior choice for this type of lab environment.”
The MGH Simches Research building houses multiple labs and is home to the Center for Genomic Medicine and the Center for Systems Biology, among other organizations. In its newest project at Simches 6, STEM is providing and installing epoxy countertops, installed stainless steel casework, painted steel casework, and wood casework.