Construction Consultants

Boston University

Boston, MA

Mesostructured Materials & Devices (MeMaD) Labs and Lejeune Labs

Project Features
  • 1,750 sf (both labs)
  • New partitions and doors, new fume hoods and laboratory casework, and new architectural finishes.
  • Major modifications to mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, fire alarm, and security systems.
  • Occupied during construction
  • New roof steel dunnage to support new air handler, chiller and exhaust fans.
  • StartSmart® Preconstruction Program
  • Project was completed during the Covid19 pandemic.

JM Coull was selected by Boston University for the interior renovations of occupied faculty offices and laboratories in the Mesostructured Materials & Devices (MeMaD) & Lejeune Labs, part of the Mechanical Engineering department.

The MeMaD research group studies materials and structures from nano to microscale. They study “phase separation and self-assembly of complex fluids and amphiphiles."

In the Lejeune Lab they use state-of-the-art computational mechanics where they are currently researching “integrating data-driven and physics based computational models and predicting the behavior of highly heterogeneous soft materials."
Delivery Method:

MPM Architecture, Boston, MA