Researchers at the University of Texas J.J. Pickle Research Center needed more clean room space in the Microelectronics Research building, but had occupied all of the available clean space in the building.
BSL-2 manufacturing and BSL-3 laboratory spaces with clean utility systems including RODI, WFI, pure steam, process gasses, and biological waste decontamination.
Swimming pools are wonderful amenities if they are clean, clear, and suitably maintained.
EEA’s master planning efforts for St. Edward’s University in Austin identified the need for significant increases to chilled water system capacity.
EEA assisted a confidential client in the installation and removal of approximately 100 tools, as well as 50 separate projects in an operational fab.
EEA was hired to commission the new 64,700 square feet Natural Science Facility Phase 2 building which achieved an Austin Energy Green Building 3-star rating.
EEA was chosen as the Commissioning Agent for the conversion of the old power plant into a 130,000 square foot shell office building.
This two-story 45,000 square foot shell medical office building was designed and constructed in 2009.