shaping the future
The Level 10 team has completed projects for leading biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies such as Amgen, Bayer, Genentech, Gilead Sciences and CS Bio Co. They’ve also built prominent educational and research centers such as the J. David Gladstone Institutes and Scripps Research Institute, as well as facilities at the University of California, San Francisco and University of California, Berkeley.
Our preconstruction teams are adept at estimating the complex MEPF systems and process piping associated with biotechnology and life sciences facilities. Our in-house MEP and BIM teams understand how to optimize constructability and system performance. On site, our field teams build these complex buildings collaboratively, safely, on schedule and on budget – while also aligning them with cGMP building processes.
It took an immense amount of planning to ensure that the clean rooms [on the CS Bio Headquarters Renovation & Expansion project] would be unaffected by construction, but Level 10 planned the project with great skill and precision. The project ran like clockwork. In fact, it ran better than clockwork.Jason Chang, Chief Operating Officer, CS Bio Co.
- Research and Development Laboratories
- cGMP Manufacturing Facilities
- ISO Clean Rooms
- Alexandria Real Estate Equities
- CS Bio Co.
- Stanford University
- UCSF Medical Center
- UC San Diego
Featured Projects (Biotechnology)
Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc.OncoSec Tenant Improvement San Diego, CA
San Diego Architectural Foundation's Orchid Winner 2017.
CS Bio Co.Headquarters Expansion and Renovation Menlo Park, CA
Renovation of existing laboratory building, addition of new cGMP peptide manufacturing facility, and new seismic joint connecting the two structures.
UCSF Medical CenterHelen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center 4th Fl. Buildout San Francisco, CA
New UCSF cancer research center in Mission Bay.
University of California, San DiegoUrey Hall Q-Bio Rooms 6120 & 6124 La Jolla, CA
This 2,000-sq.-ft. design-build project includes the renovation of two existing labs on the 6th floor of Urey Hall.