ASU Physical Science Building

Complete demolition down to the concrete slab and floor deck in the basement of the Physical Science building on ASU’s main campus. Project includes wet and dry labs for the chemistry, physics and geology departments; a 1,500 SF metal free clean lab and a Class 1,000 Clean Room for the physics department; architectural finishes; a brand new acid underground waste system and complete metal free construction. The lab consists of 15 PVC fume hoods; PVC base and upper cabinets with resin tops and integral sinks; custom PVC ulpa filters; plastic ceiling grid and tile; plastic sealed lights; PVC walls, doors, frames, hardware and interlocked pass thrus; LXT RO piping, PVC water and air piping with plastic valves; vinyl heat seamed floor; plastic outlet covers, faucets and eyewash stations.Project also includes a dedicated single pass clean room air handler system, coated exhaust fan with Corzan plastic ductwork, underground acid waste system and ultra pure water system, all for a 24/7 operation.

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