Florida Hospital Sanford Burnham Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes
In total 10 different plumbing systems were installed utilizing 10,000 man hours and zero accidents.
- Location: Orlando, FL
- Contractor: Brasfield and Gorrie, LLC.
- Year Completed: 2012
The 54,000 square foot facility was the result of a partnership that was formed Florida Hospital and the Sanford-Burnham Institute. The two teamed up with MEI Research, Ltd. to create a laboratory that is truly state of the art. The building houses four calorimetric chambers. These chambers are highly sensitive systems that can measure a person’s energy expenditure and type of food a person is burning. Two of the calorimeters were the first of their designed for precisely measuring energy expenditure when a person is at rest or during exercise. In total 10 different plumbing systems were installed utilizing 10,000 man hours and zero accidents.
This project is one of ABC'S 2012 EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION EAGLE AWARD WINNERS
Trimble Robot and 3D BIM Modeling
State of the Art Calorimetry Rooms
Stainless Steel Tubing