Arranta Bio

TRIA provided design services for the multi-phase renovation and fit-out of a former warehouse space into a cGMP development and manufacturing facility. Designed for full process stages along with lyophilization and capsule filling, all new process equipment and building utility equipment were installed along with new clean utility generation. The facility is configured to allow for expansion to larger scale production as demand increases.

When complete, the rear portion building will feature a 9,000 SF research and development (R&D) lab suite and a 6,000 SF quality control (QC) lab suite on the first floor, with conference rooms, huddle rooms and a large forum/kitchen above on the second floor. The front portion of the building will serve as the lobby/reception area and it will include lounge seating, kitchenette, conference rooms, offices, and huddle rooms for use by visitors to the facility. Reflecting Arranta Bio’s brand, the look is modern with navy and teal accent colors used throughout the space, helping to create a holistic, cohesive design between lab and office. In addition, windows were added on the second floor to bring natural light into the offices and storefront windows were added to the front office.

Project Genetics

State-of-the-art facility to support innovation

Project Location

Watertown, MA

Project Size

80,000 SF

Project Type

Facility Renovation

Market Sector

  • Corporate Interiors
  • Life Sciences & Technology
  • Manufacturing

Photography

Seven Roads Media

TRIA provided design services for the multi-phase renovation and fit-out of a former warehouse space into a cGMP development and manufacturing facility. Designed for full process stages along with lyophilization and capsule filling, all new process equipment and building utility equipment were installed along with new clean utility generation. The facility is configured to allow for expansion to larger scale production as demand increases.

When complete, the rear portion building will feature a 9,000 SF research and development (R&D) lab suite and a 6,000 SF quality control (QC) lab suite on the first floor, with conference rooms, huddle rooms and a large forum/kitchen above on the second floor. The front portion of the building will serve as the lobby/reception area and it will include lounge seating, kitchenette, conference rooms, offices, and huddle rooms for use by visitors to the facility. Reflecting Arranta Bio’s brand, the look is modern with navy and teal accent colors used throughout the space, helping to create a holistic, cohesive design between lab and office. In addition, windows were added on the second floor to bring natural light into the offices and storefront windows were added to the front office.

ElevateBio

TRIA provided architecture and design services for the interior fit-out of a raw warehouse space into a state-of-the art cGMP development and manufacturing facility for novel therapeutic technologies. Designed to feel like a “basecamp” – a physical foundation point for the incremental climb in the company’s growth, the client’s new facility features a collaborative open plan office and amenities that promote interaction, and provide flexible production suites for GMP manufacturing, laboratories, and a range of supporting utility and warehouse areas. The facility produces viral vector, cell therapy, gene therapy, and regenerative medicine for clinical purposes.

Project genetics

State-of-the-art facility to support innovation

Project Location

Waltham, MA

Project Size

115,000 SF

Project Completion

2020

Project Type

Facility renovation

Market Sector

  • Corporate Interiors
  • Life Sciences & Technology
  • Manufacturing

PHOTOGRAPHY

Ben Gebo Photography

TRIA provided architecture and design services for the interior fit-out of a raw warehouse space into a state-of-the art cGMP development and manufacturing facility for novel therapeutic technologies. Designed to feel like a “basecamp” – a physical foundation point for the incremental climb in the company’s growth, the client’s new facility features a collaborative open plan office and amenities that promote interaction, and provide flexible production suites for GMP manufacturing, laboratories, and a range of supporting utility and warehouse areas. The facility produces viral vector, cell therapy, gene therapy, and regenerative medicine for clinical purposes.

Integra LifeSciences

TRIA provided full architectural services for the relocation of this medical device client’s office and manufacturing facility. Phase I consisted of the office renovation, which was design focused, while remaining budget conscious. Branding throughout the space was a key component. For instance, a unique element in the lobby was a branding wall that displayed the client’s products.

Other important design elements were natural lighting (13 skylights were incorporated throughout the space) and collaboration zones. A central maple corridor runs throughout the space, and off the corridor are several different areas where employees can hold impromptu meetings. In addition, the cafe is large enough to hold “town hall” meetings with all employees now and with future growth.

The space also includes a full cross-fit training facility, a special request from employees.

TRIA completed Phase II in 2019, which includes cleanroom, R&D, manufacturing, shipping/receiving, and warehousing space.

Project Genetics

  • Form follows culture

Project Location

Mansfield, MA

Project Size

112,550  SF

Project Completion

2019

Project Type

Facility relocation

Market Sector

  • Corporate Interiors
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical Device

Photography

RDP Photography

TRIA provided full architectural services for the relocation of this medical device client’s office and manufacturing facility. Phase I consisted of the office renovation, which was design focused, while remaining budget conscious. Branding throughout the space was a key component. For instance, a unique element in the lobby was a branding wall that displayed the client’s products.

Other important design elements were natural lighting (13 skylights were incorporated throughout the space) and collaboration zones. A central maple corridor runs throughout the space, and off the corridor are several different areas where employees can hold impromptu meetings. In addition, the cafe is large enough to hold “town hall” meetings with all employees now and with future growth.

The space also includes a full cross-fit training facility, a special request from employees.

TRIA completed Phase II in 2019, which includes cleanroom, R&D, manufacturing, shipping/receiving, and warehousing space.

Entegris

TRIA designed the renovation for this 80,000 SF high-tech manufacturing and R&D facility for filtration media technologies and proprietary, innovative low-temperature coating technologies. The design was focused around a circular track-like corridor, with open office and collaboration areas. The build-out also included approximately 6,000 SF of cleanrooms, along with an advanced manufacturing facility. Furniture, finishes, and colors for the space were carefully chosen to align with the client’s pre-established facility standards.

Sherwood Butler was Managing Principal of this project at Perkins+Will where this project was completed.

Project Genetics

  • Collaboration supports innovation
  • Cutting-edge manufacturing facility

Project Location

Bedford, Mass.

Project Size

80,000 SF

Project Completion

2013

Project Type

Manufacturing facility renovation

Market Sector

  • Manufacturing

Photography

Patrick Rogers Photography

TRIA designed the renovation for this 80,000 SF high-tech manufacturing and R&D facility for filtration media technologies and proprietary, innovative low-temperature coating technologies. The design was focused around a circular track-like corridor, with open office and collaboration areas. The build-out also included approximately 6,000 SF of cleanrooms, along with an advanced manufacturing facility. Furniture, finishes, and colors for the space were carefully chosen to align with the client’s pre-established facility standards.

Sherwood Butler was Managing Principal of this project at Perkins+Will where this project was completed.

Sanofi Genzyme, cGMP

This LEED Gold-certified cGMP facility was designed with optimal distribution function in mind as well as consideration for department interconnectedness. New department adjacencies were developed by utilizing a value stream analysis. The updated design was presented to the team through a series of visual aids including process flow diagrams and 3D models. The final design resulted in an overall leaner, more efficient manufacturing process for the client.

Sherwood Butler was Managing Principal of this project at Perkins+Will where this project was completed.

Project Genetics

Programming for lean manufacturing

Project Location

Northborough, MA

Project Size

254,000 SF

Project Completion

2010

Project Type

cGMP global operations center renovation

Market Sector

  • Manufacturing

Photography

Frank Giuliani

This LEED Gold-certified cGMP facility was designed with optimal distribution function in mind as well as consideration for department interconnectedness. New department adjacencies were developed by utilizing a value stream analysis. The updated design was presented to the team through a series of visual aids including process flow diagrams and 3D models. The final design resulted in an overall leaner, more efficient manufacturing process for the client.

Sherwood Butler was Managing Principal of this project at Perkins+Will where this project was completed.

Moderna Therapeutics

TRIA provided architectural services for Moderna Therapeutics’ new $110 million, 200,000 SF GMP mRNA clinical manufacturing facility. TRIA designed clinical labs, offices, employee facilities, and a conference center. Construction of the new facility completed in mid-2018. Moderna will carry out all manufacturing activities at the site, from raw material production to active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), formulation, filling and finish.

DPS provided full architectural and engineering design for Moderna’s Norwood facility and also provided construction management oversight, commissioning, qualification & validation, and procurement services.

Project Genetics

  • Ample amenities support employee engagement
  • Transparency between office and lab

Project Location

Norwood, Mass.

Project Size

200,000 SF

Project Completion

2018

Project Type

Facility renovation

Market Sector

  • Corporate Interiors
  • Life Sciences & Technology
  • Manufacturing

TRIA provided architectural services for Moderna Therapeutics’ new $110 million, 200,000 SF GMP mRNA clinical manufacturing facility. TRIA designed clinical labs, offices, employee facilities, and a conference center. Construction of the new facility completed in mid-2018. Moderna will carry out all manufacturing activities at the site, from raw material production to active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), formulation, filling and finish.

DPS provided full architectural and engineering design for Moderna’s Norwood facility and also provided construction management oversight, commissioning, qualification & validation, and procurement services.

This facility was awarded the ISPE 2019 Facility of the Future Category Award.

P&G/The Gillette Company

In order to support new product development, the client needed to relocate multiple departments to create a more streamlined research and development process. The renovation included a connecting bridge between two buildings, huddle rooms, and structural repairs to the building. TRIA continues to provide full architectural services for P&G / The Gillette Company for projects ranging from factory industrial manufacturing, laboratories, warehousing, infrastructure projects, R&D, amenities, and corporate interiors.

Sherwood Butler was Managing Principal of this project at Perkins+Will where this project was completed.

Project Genetics

  • Campus upgrades
  • Lean process supports research taking place

Project Location

Boston, MA

Project Size

30,000 SF

Project Completion

2010

Project Type

R&D laboratory relocation

Market Sector

  • Corporate Interiors
  • Manufacturing

TRIA Team Members

Photography

Greg Premru Photography

In order to support new product development, the client needed to relocate multiple departments to create a more streamlined research and development process. The renovation included a connecting bridge between two buildings, huddle rooms, and structural repairs to the building. TRIA continues to provide full architectural services for P&G / The Gillette Company for projects ranging from factory industrial manufacturing, laboratories, warehousing, infrastructure projects, R&D, amenities, and corporate interiors.

Sherwood Butler was Managing Principal of this project at Perkins+Will where this project was completed.