Torino Inc. met specific technical needs while providing quality craftsmanship for the National Disease Research Interchange. The Philadelphia, PA project involved lifting and installing an emergency generator onto the roof to support the client’s biomedical research requirements. Special attention was given to the air conditioning and electrical systems, with supplemental AC added to support temperature-controlled laboratories and exhaust systems installed for research rooms and lab areas.
The project also included the construction of a 24/7 call center, where soundproofing materials were implemented to minimize noise transfer. Frameless glass doors and sidelights were used throughout the space, wherever noise, temperature, or lab conditions allowed. The project was completed within the agreed-upon deadlines, even with several changes requested during construction.
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