Microelectronics manufacturer Entegris completed construction in July of 2014 on the $30 million i2M Center for Advanced Materials in Bedford, Mass. An existing building was renovated to create an 80,000-sf R&D facility housing cleanrooms, labs, production and assembly space, and offices. BIM (Building Information Modeling) was leveraged in the delivery of the the project, which included installation and coordination of new building systems for HVAC, electrical, fire protection, gas detection, and laboratory utilities. The center was designed by Perkins+Will, built by JLL Construction, and commissioned by RDK. Consultants included MEP engineer Vanderweil and structural engineer Simpson Gumpertz & Heger.