Science & Technology

Research today is a highly social and connected enterprise requiring flexible, adaptable, and technology-infused spaces. We specialize in solutions-based project delivery.

Manufacturing Renaissance

General Electric

Transportation Energy Storage

Adaptive use establishes a dynamic identity for a new startup business while showcasing the company’s commitment to sustainability - and its historic Schenectady campus.

Our product is a green product; we felt that our facility should mirror that as well.

Tim Baechle Battery Operations Leader, GE Transportation Energy Storage

It Takes a Team to Make it Clean

by Jeff Schantz

Brookhaven National Laboratory, photo credit: Rebecca Coles

Cleanrooms for nanofabrication, bioengineering and tissue processing are among the most technically complex and costly core facilities to build. Architecture alone can't realize these special spaces: it takes a team of expert collaborators.

Accelerating Scientific Discovery

The Jackson Laboratory

Research Expansion Program

JAX is a visionary leader in 15 biomedical research areas and the entrepreneurial developer and distributor of transgenic mice for scientific study. This video by JAX discusses their advances in the new medical model of personalized medicine.

Advancing Mission
Exterior of Gen*NY*sis Center for Functional Genomics

University at Albany

Gen*NY*Sis Center for Functional Genomics

Convergence

The flagship facility of the bioscience park collocates academic, industry, and government researchers.

Open-plan workplace

EYP Architecture & Engineering

EYP Boston Office

Workplace

Our studios are design labs for workplace strategies and new materials.

test

VGXI

Biomedical Manufacturing Cleanroom

Convergence

Validated environments help advance biomedical discoveries.

 

Composite Thinking

Senior Project Director Omar Renteria discusses how EYP is working with strategic partners to develop proprietary innovative exterior assemblies that will improve envelope performance.

Building Envelope Science Research

Workplace for Research

NYU Genomics

New York University

Center for Genomics & Systems Biology

Behind the façades of three historic buildings, we created a modern, advanced research facility that supports the work of more than 100 scientists in genomics and bioinformatics.

Advancing Mission Collaborative Space

Convergence Science

US Department of Energy

Brookhaven National Lab

Advancing research is critical to the health, security, and economic strength of our nation.

Innovation Model

Cube exterior

Trinity University

Center for the Sciences & Innovation (CSI)

What does the lab of the future look like? It’s an innovation model where life sciences, physical sciences and engineering collide. The core facility will soon become the whole facility.

Collaborative Space Innovation
Atrium roof with ETFE pillows

SUNY Polytechnic Institute

ZEN (Zero-Energy Nanotechnology) Building

Nanoscience

This demonstration building is the largest zero energy-capable, mixed-use facility in the United States.

GE 53 night view

General Electric

Renewable Energy Global Headquarters

Workplace

Embodying GE innovation, the reinvention of Building 53 reinvigorates the iconic brand for the 21st century.

Modernized interior of the Richards Labs

University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

Richards Medical Research Laboratories

STEM

Contemporary interventions guided by careful analysis of the original design unlock the potential of an outdated facility.

 

The Maker Movement… What’s Next?

by Kip Ellis, Toni Loiacano

Trinity Cube

The Maker experience represents a profound change in how things are being created today, which in turn requires a paradigm shift in how and where students can most effectively be educated.

EYP 2017 MassChallenge Scholarship

by Jeff Schantz

EYP is a passionate innovation culture, so we feel a special connection to MassChallenge, whose mission is to catalyze a startup renaissance. Inspired by their entrepreneurial drive, the EYP Scholarship for Design Innovation will identify and support start-ups that inspire creativity and problem-solving through design.

Maker Culture and the Human Factor

by Toni Loiacano, Jeff Schantz

Throughout 2015, Metropolis’s publisher and editor in chief, Susan S. Szenasy, led the Metropolis Think Tank series of conversations on the seismic cultural shifts reshaping our society and the importance of injecting a new humanism into design and architecture in order to better deal with emerging challenges. In "Maker Culture and The Human Factor", Susan spoke with EYP about the process of creating educational spaces that foster engaged, hands-on learning and making.

The most successful research enterprises promote a culture of collaboration.

Jeff Schantz Jeff Schantz, AIA Science & Technology Sector Leader