Stanford University Opens ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex

Published 11-29-2019
  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex
  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex
  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex
  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex
  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex
  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex

    Courtesy of Ennead Architects.

  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex

    Courtesy of Ennead Architects.

  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex

    Courtesy of Ennead Architects.

  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex

    Courtesy of Ennead Architects.

  • Stanford University - ChEM-H and Neurosciences Complex

    Courtesy of Ennead Architects.

Stanford University opened a $256 million biomedical research complex in November of 2019 in Stanford, Calif. Designed by Ennead Architects, the four-story, 235,000-sf project includes the Stanford ChEM-H (Chemistry, Engineering & Medicine for Human Health) Building and the Stanford Neurosciences Building, which houses the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute. Enabling scientists, engineers, and clinicians to collaboratively discover new medical solutions, the interdisciplinary complex provides seven open labs, three core instrumentation suites, a vivarium, breakout and meeting rooms, offices, a pub, and two-story 'living room' spaces to promote convergence and interaction. The project team included MEP engineer Gayner Engineers with GL Planning & Design as laboratory design consultant.

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