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HERA Laboratory Planners

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HERA delivers expert programming, planning, and design consulting services to architects and owners for a wide range of laboratory environments. Founded in 1996, HERA is a certified Woman-Owned Business (WBE) with locations in St. Louis, Philadelphia, and Atlanta. Our broad-based planning experience includes many types of advanced technical facilities for universities, medical centers, corporations, government agencies, and research industries -- over 16 million square feet across the globe.

Laboratory types include: Collegiate STEM, Allied Health,Biomedical, Biotechnology, Clinical, Forensic, K-12, Medical Examiner, Nanotechnology, Research, Technology Incubators and Vivaria.

David Miller

411 N. Tenth Street, Suite 400
St. Louis, MO 63101
United States


In the News

Middle Tennessee State University Breaks Ground on School of Concrete and Construction Management

Published 4/14/2021

Middle Tennessee State University broke ground in April of 2021 on the $40.1 million School of Concrete and Construction Management in Murfreesboro. Designed by Orcutt Winslow, the 54,000-sf building will feature sophisticated labs and classrooms for the school's innovative programs in concrete industry management and construction management. The facility will also provide faculty and staff offices as well as an open-air work yard for experiential learning.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Plans High Containment Continuity Laboratory

Published 7/1/2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will begin construction in early 2021 on the 160,000-sf High Containment Continuity Laboratory in Atlanta. Designed by a joint venture of Flad Architects and Page, the BSL-4 facility will support the CDC's mission to rapidly detect and mitigate public health hazards. Accommodating approximately 80 investigators, the state-of-the-art laboratory will be one of three centers in the world designed and certified to facilitate diagnostic research on specific, select viruses.

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