Western Institute of Nanoelectronics on Green Engineering and Metrology

As part of a grant application to National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST), SAA was hired to quickly program, design and determine costs for for the WIN-GEM and Engineering VI site. SAA briskly worked with Capital Programs, HSSEAS and their consulting engineers to design an optimal solution in a very tight time frame to meet the deadline. The resulting conceptual design for the 35,000 SF Western Institute of Nanolectronics on Green Engineering and Metrology (WIN-GEM) Facility at UCLA provides a temperature-stabilized, low-vibration, low electromagnetic field building designed to meet the needs of 21st century clean- tech research.

Type: Institutional, Lab

Programming, Site Planning & Concept


Design Architecture: SAA
Structural Engineers: Englekirk & Sabol
MEP: IBE Consulting Engineers

Status: Idea

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