Madison Continues Work at University of Pennsylvania’s Vagelos Laboratory for Energy Science and Technology

Foundation work is well underway on the Vagelos Laboratory for Energy Science and Technology (VLEST) at the University of Pennsylvania. Working with the L.F. Driscoll Company, Behnisch Architects and KH Engineering DPC, we have nearly completed the concrete footings, and foundation walls are more than 50 percent poured and stripped. In addition, the erection of the steel structure will begin shortly with slab pours following soon after.
This project, expected to be completed in 2024, will be a model of low-energy laboratory design. It will house high-performance optics labs, fume-intensive chemistry labs, a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer suite with helium recovery and more.

Madison Concrete is excited to watch as this and all of our projects come to completion. If you are planning a project, let us know how we can use our experience and expertise to assist you.
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