Home for cutting edge multidisciplinary Cancer Research made possible due in part to philanthropic contributions by David Koch. And like any other project in MIT, this building is as much of a connector as a stand alone facility. New below grade tunnels connect to existing campus facilities for an organic campus growth. This eight story structure aims to integrate world leading cancer research for optimal outcomes.
Contractor: Berry (now Suffolk)
Location: Cambridge, MA
Key Attributes: Research Institution, Labs, Vivarium, Biomedical, Existing Foundation Interaction, Structural Assessments, Below Grade, Earth Retaining, Steel, Concrete, Braced Frames, AESS, Tunnels, Existing Below Grade Utilities Coordination, Tight Space Constraints, Vibration Control, MRI, Heavy Load Transfers, Plate Girders, LEED Gold.