Engineering VI Phase I

University of California, Los Angeles

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Description

32,326 NSF of laboratory and laboratory support space in a 66,810 GSF Building for the Department of Engineering. Facility includes Engineering Research labs. UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science will construct a new state-of-the-art Western Institute of Nanotechnology on Green Engineering and Metrology (WIN-GEM). The new building provides core research facilities that serve UCLA Engineering’s “centers of excellence” dedicated to advancing energy conservation technologies for microelectronics and nanotechnology. WIN-GEM includes 35,000 square feet of laboratory space on four levels to support research on low-power, nonvolatile nanoelectronics; green manufacturing of novel nanomaterial-based energy technologies; and new materials for energy generation, storage and management. The roof of the building includes a solar-cell array for energy supply and power-management experimentation.

Location

Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • Services: Laboratory Design
  • Completed: 2014

Area Summary

  • Gross Building: 66,810
  • Net (Assignable) Building: 32,326
  • Lab and Lab Support: 26,608

Cost Summary

  • Construction Cost: $42,000,000

Architect

  • Moore Ruble and Yudell & BNIM