Architect: Clark Enerson
Contractor: JE Dunn
Customer: Colorado State University
Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
Total Facility Solutions: reception desks, donor walls, board room table, science lab casework, tops, fixtures, benches, monorail, commercial washers/dryers, fixed audience seating, glasswashers, autoclaves, wall pads, hose reels, ice makers, butchers saw, N2 bulk tanks, Caviwave sterilizers, VPro sterilizers, glass hand rail, controlled environmental rooms, water polishers, BSC, ice makers, stainless steel, rack shelving, and snorkels.
The C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute (TMI) at Colorado State University is a new building that opened on May 6, 2019. It is a research facility located in Fort Collins, Colorado. The TMI’s goal is to discover and deliver solutions that utilize the body’s healing capacity and improves the lives of animals and the humans that care for them.
TMI was a 3P delivery method, and HHI was brought in early to help with design. The goal was to give CSU the absolute best building which meant they were allowed to make changes fairly late into the project. HHI’s ability to work with JE Dunn and Clark Enerson as a team allowed these changes to go off without a hitch. The high level of performance from the HHI team made this project a success.
TMI was a success largely thanks to the involvement of HHI from the beginning of the process. Our design-build capabilities were on display as we brought in our team of engineers, estimators and designers for the pre-construction process. Our project managers and installers saw the project through to the end.