WSU Scott Hall Cardiovascular Research Institute Lab Renovation

Built in the 1970s, Scott Hall is the work horse lab building on Wayne State University’s medical campus in Midtown Detroit. FTCH is working with WSU to develop a master planning strategy to rehabilitate the 200,000-sf building over the next decade. The first stage of this project is to renovate approximately 12,000 sf of wet lab and support space for a new group of Cardiovascular Research Institute principal investigators. FTCH is designing space and MEP systems for future lab flexibility including office and collaboration space to respond to the new model for lab planning.

FTCH provided lab planning, architecture, interior design, mechanical, piping, and electrical engineering. As part of a long-range plan for the building, FTCH is studying the MEP infrastructure and controls to develop this facility into a state-of-the-art laboratory building for the WSU Medical School.