Johnson Controls Opens Research & Development Complex

Published 5-11-2018

Johnson Controls opened a $150 million research and development complex in April of 2018 in Hopewell Township, Pa. Designed by Jacobs, the two-building, 357,000-sf project includes a 107,000-sf engineering office building and a 250,000-sf testing lab and support facility. Accommodating the production of advanced air handlers and chillers, the complex provides over 20 specialized laboratories and a training center. The project was built by a joint venture of McCarthy, P.J. Dick, and Stewart & Tate Construction over the course of 22 months. LEED Silver sustainable design certification will be sought for the facility.

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Jacobs Consultancy
McCarthy Building Companies Inc.
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P.J. Dick
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