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  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPROJECT MANAGER / ARCHITECT / BUSINESS DEVELOPMENTDedicated Project Manager and Registered Architect with excellent technical, analytical and communication skills demonstrated by over 15 years ofexperience. Solid background in highly complex scientific and health care facilities as well as the ability to adapt to various building types and businessclients. Able to work well alone and as be an integral part of a team. Effective communicator with strong technical documentation skills. BusinessDevelopment assistant with more than 6 years of experience planning, developing and implementing marketing strategies, making proposal prepara-tions and conducting client interviews. Experienced in field observations and working with contractors and subcontractors to develop solutions tofield issues.PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEJWM Architectural Services Oviedo, Florida, 2010 – present CEO/Business OwnerEstablished sole-proprietor consulting practice which assists architectural firms, construction companies and engineering firms with extra architec-tural staffing needs in various tasks such as drafting, scientific and healthcare design, marketing proposal preparation and code research. Preparedmarketing proposals for a leading Orlando architectural firm for a large master planning project which got the firm selected as one of 5 on the shortlist out of a field over nearly 100 applicants. Architect of Record for small projects. Assisted structural engineering firm to restore a fire-damagedshopping center and bring it up to current building codes. Modernized a 1930’s house by opening the kitchen and adjacent lanai to allow views fromthe front lake views to the back patio. Assisting Real Estate and Property Managers with administrative tasks, design consultation and property obser-vations. Architectural Expert Witness for Legal Firms and Architectural Consultant for various engineering and smaller architectural firms.Associated Consulting International (ACi) Winter Park, Florida, 2011 – 2012 Project Manager/Laboratory PlannerProvided design assistance for a large 300,000 GSF commercial pharmaceutical manufacturing plant. Developed custom cabinetry design that re-quired collaboration with casework manufacturers to integrate new materials into current prototypes. Pharmaceutical lab and manufacturing plantneeded to meet FDA and EU standards and required extensive design and collaboration with consultants. Business development manager for growingscience and technology practice. Developed innovative brochures, and responsible for the content of proposal preparation packages. Project Managerand Project Architect for various smaller renovation projects including Amusement Park Expansion, College Dormitory Universal Accessibility Renova-tion, and an ISO Class 5 Laser Laboratory Renovation.HuntonBrady Architects Orlando, Florida, 2006 – 2010 Project ManagerManaged a project to build a new biomedical sciences building for a major Florida university with an overall construction cost of $75 million, and re-sponsible for over $5 million in fees. Responsible for project scheduling, consultant coordination, quality control, staff management and constructionadministration. Project won awards for leading edge design, featured in trade magazines and trade show presentations and was LEED Gold Certified.Created company LEED Sustainability guidelines for firm project managers to identify opportunities to incorporate LEED design principles into projectsmore easily by utilizing a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet allowing them to quickly calculate points and develop alternatives to clients. Assisted clients inunderstanding LEED Building Certification and the documentation required.Project Manager and architectural firm representative for a hospital Obstetrics Suite renovation approximately 10,000 SF in size and $1 million in pro-ject cost. Developed the architectural design, coordinated with engineering consultants, assisted with project budget controls and ran state agencyhealth organization inspections. Responsible for the design project from initial planning through to construction administration. Project Manager andProject Architect for a variety of smaller hospital, pharmaceutical and laboratory renovation and construction projects.BRPH Companies Melbourne, Florida, 2005 – 2006 Project ArchitectResponsible for the development of construction documents and construction administration for two identical 160,000 GSF middle school campuseslocated near Fort Myers, Florida. Conducted meetings with clients to design and develop design build documentation for various facilities and struc-tures, including fire stations, theme park pavilions, hazardous gas facilities and municipal infrastructures. Managed Construction Administration activi-ties, including the review and documentation of construction submittals, field observations, final observation documentation, and processing changeproposals.Flad & Associates Madison, Wisconsin, 2003 – 2005 Project Architect/Laboratory PlannerAssigned to a variety of projects and capacities, ranging from programming to construction administration.Project Manager and Technical Writer, establishing corporate safety guidelines in laboratory planning and design of future research facilities. ProjectArchitect, responsible for the management of a design team for major pharmaceutical and industrial clients in a variety of sites throughout the UnitedStates. Vivarium Planner for a Regional Biocontainment Laboratory (RBL) focusing on biodefense and bioterrorism. Programmer and Planner for aproposed 200,000 GSF research facility and pilot plant.
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE, ContinuedKling Stubbins (Jacobs) Washington, DC, 2001 – 2003 Project Architect/Laboratory PlannerWorked directly with clients to develop preliminary building programs and to establish design criteria necessary in addition to performing the tasks ofa Project Architect. Responsible for the development of macroprogramming documents for a 140,000 GSF government research facility that focusedon the evaluation and research of devices and their interaction with the human body.Creating standardized questionnaires, coordinating CAD files with macroprogramming and microprogramming requirements.Developed work plans that established the manpower, budget and schedule of various projects ranging from $100,000 to $1.5 million in architecturalfees.Managed Construction Administration activities, including the review and documentation of construction submittals, field observations, final observa-tion documentation, and processing change proposals. Supervised small projects as needed to aid the Project Management team.HDR Architecture Alexandria, VA 1996 – 2001 Project ArchitectProject Architect with research and healthcare facility focus. Facility types include Animal facilities, BSL3 lab suites, NMR suites, radio-frequencyshielding suites, auditoriums, cleanrooms, cGMP facilities, federal courthouses, communication facilities for distance learning, NICU, OR, ER, NursingStations, Examination Suites, Class 100 cleanrooms, darkrooms, semiconductor manufacturing suites and data processing centers.Designed independent project web site used for construction management, project promotion and client move coordination.Conducted design meetings with the client and developed Design Development documents. Created construction documentation, in both Microsta-tion and Autocad. Designed details for construction documents. Edited construction specifications. Directed construction administration. Adminis-tered CAD tests and conducting interviews for future hires and temporary staff. Participated in inter-office groups to help increase productivity, repre-sented employee needs and mentored junior staff.LICENSING & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING, SKILLS, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESLicensing & Professional TrainingRegistered Architect, State of Florida, #AR93114 Registered Architect, Commonwealth of Virginia, #401-10816United States Green Building Council LEED AP BD&C, Accredited Professional, Building Design & ConstructionState of Florida State Requirements Educational Facilities Training (SREF)Plan to achieve Project Management Certification (PMP) within 1 month training time.SkillsScientific Regulatory Authority knowledge (NIH, CDC, FDA, EU, USDA, IBC, FBC), Healthcare Regulatory Authority knowledge (AHCA, JHACO, FGI,ASHE), Architectural design, Presentation skills, Process improvement, Creative problem solving, Staff Management, Construction Document signatoryauthority, Quality Review red-line revisions skills, Contract review and Proposal Preparation.Computer Program KnowledgeConstruction Document software packages, AutoCAD, Microstation, Revit software. Graphic Design software, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop,InDesign, Corel Draw, InfranView. Administrative software, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Publisher Project Management Schedulingsoftware, SureTrak and Microsoft Project.Education & ActivitiesBachelor of Architecture (B. ARCH) Architecture & Structural Engineering University of Illinois, 1992Lab Manager Magazine Panelist, Webinar March, 2013BioOrlando/BioFlorida Director of Membership 2011 – 2012SEFA Conference Presenter, Milwaukee, WI 2004National Institutes of Health (NIH) Peer Grant Architectural Reviewer 2001 – 2009AIA National Conference Presenter, Philadelphia, PA 2000American Institute of Architects (AIA) Architect Member 1999 – PresentCleanMed Conference Panelist, Boston, MA 1998
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPROJECT LISTJWM Architectural Services Oviedo, Florida, 2010 – present CEO/Business OwnerMoffitt Cancer Center Masterplan Proposal; Tampa, Florida Developed marketing proposal for compre- hensive masterplan submittal for a Central Florida architectural firm which got it short-listed out of numerous proposals. Identified as Project Manager responsible for direct client contact, budget oversight and technical completeness of the project.Veterans Administration Renovation Programming; Battle Creek, Michigan Project Manager for a Cen- tral Florida architectural firm that developed a program for an Ambulatory Care Clinic Renovation for the Veterans Administration Hospital in Battle Creek, Michigan. Interviewed clients to determine and understand needs and established the initial programming report used for future project phases.Reachmakers Script Development; Miami, Florida Updated automated AutoCAD script for new version of AutoCAD 2011 needed for precast concrete shop drawings.Confidential Client Real Estate Proposal; Orlando, Florida Developed graphic design needed for a real estate development proposal.Sandifer Residence; Maitland, Florida Architect for a 1,800 SF residential remodel which incorporated 3D cad graphics (Sketchup) to demonstrate de- sign intent for clients unfamiliar with construction drawings.McNamara Gallery; Geneva, Florida Architect for a 1,200 SF private artist studio and art gallery.Expert Witness; Strick Law Firm, Orlando, Florida Expert Witness for pending legal cases as Architectural Expert.Spencer Carport Addition; Oviedo, Florida Architect for a 800 SF residential addition to existing carport. Incorpo- rated 3D graphics to finalize design solutions to the client.Miele Corporation; Princeton, New Jersey. Architectural Consultant for laboratory cleaning equipment systems.Associated Consulting International (ACi) Winter Park, Florida, 2011 – 2012 Project Manager/Laboratory PlannerFun Spot Amusement Park Expansion, Orlando, Florida Project Architect for four buildings developed as part of the design-build expansion in association with HJ High Construction: 5,000 GSF Main Entry Building, 900 GSF Restroom Building, 15,000 GSF Food Service Building and 200 GSF roller coaster machine room building.Stetson University Conrad Hall & Stetson Cove Renovations, DeLand, Florida Project Architect and Manager for a 15,000 GSF accessibility renovation project for a 100-year old women’s dormitory and a 40 year old apartment building. While both projects were managed separately, they were with the same client and construction company under a design-build contract.Nephron Pharmaceutical Global Headquarters; Orlando, Florida and Charleston, South Carolina Laboratory Planner for a 300,000 GSF commercial pharmaceutical manufacturing plant. Developed custom cabinetry design that required collaboration with casework manufacturers to integrate new materials into current prototypes. Pharmaceutical lab and manufacturing plant needed to meet FDA and EU standards and re- quired extensive design and collaboration with consultants.Science + Technology Marketing Business development manager for growing science and technology practice. Developed innovative brochures, and responsible for the content of proposal preparation packages.Kaman Ordinance Facility; Orlando, Florida Project Manager and Architect for an ordinance facility expansion. Coordinated with civil engineers to iden- tify detonation parameters and its impact on explosion equipment and the surrounding facilities to keep workers safe. Facility designs included ordinance storage as well as the orientation of a new administration facility which required to be kept away from the blast range.SmartWell Medical Tourism; Various Sites Healthcare planner for a new Medical Tourism prototype which combines full outpatient clinic with 50-bed regional hospital for sites world-wide. Developed initial programs based on business plan models to develop new prototypes.L3 Communications Class 10,000 Optical Clean Room; Orlando, Florida Project Manager and Architect for a 2,000 square-foot ISO Class 5 Clean Room designed to house high powered lasers for top secret government projects.
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPROJECT LIST, ContinuedHuntonBrady Architects Orlando, Florida, 2006 – 2010 Project ManagerUniversity of Florida Biomedical Sciences Building (BMSB); Gainesville, Florida Project Manager for $72 million, 160,000 square-foot BSL2 laboratory which includes approximately 85,000 net assigned square feet to house the research and administrative operation of the biomedical engineering, sciences and animal resources. Connected to three ex- isting buildings enabled UF researchers to connect to the Health Sciences campus. Building originally targeted for Silver LEED Certification has now achieved enough points for Gold Certification.Florida Hospital Heartland Cath Lab Renovation; Sebring, Florida Project Manager for $1.2 million, 1,000 square-foot Catheterization laboratory re- placing existing equipment and updating finishes. Despite the complexity of the project, it received minimal AHCA comments both during design and construction phases of the project.Florida Hospital Deland OB Suite Renovation; Deland, Florida Project Manager for 40,000 square foot hospital renova- tion to the existing Obstetrics floor of the hospital, which has not been updated since the 1980’s. Created labor- delivery-recovery (LDR) as well as post-partum suites and incorporated new technology into the new suite making it a state-of-the art facility. Created a spa-like environment making the birthing experience more pleasant for fami- lies, and also increased patient volume for the hospital.Palmer College of Chiropractic Laboratory of Cell and Molecular Biology; Port Orange, Florida Project Manager of the design and construction of a 2,000 square-foot tissue culture laboratory for the college. Included creation of equipment specifications manual used to manage the large vari- ety of instrumentation of this unique facility.Florida Hospital Celebration Patient Tower Addition LEED Management; Celebration, Florida Project Manager to coordinate LEED design principles into a new 250,000 square foot addition. Reviewed construction documents and ensured that sustainable de- sign principles were incorporated. Mentored consultants and in-house staff who were unfamiliar with sustain- able design principles.UCF Pegasus Health Clinic; Orlando, Florida Assisted the University of Central Florida with the development of a new 22,000 medical clinic in eastern Orange County. Advised on current code requirements, reviewed pro- posed facilities and facilitated schematic design charrette on final building selected.Health First Cape Canaveral Hospital Pharmacy Compounding Renovation; Cocoa Beach, Florida Upgraded existing pharmacy compounding lab to current USP-797 pharmaceutical design standards by incorporating a Class III Biosafety cabinet and upgraded ex- isting cabinetry.Health First Holmes Regional Medical Center; Melbourne, Florida Renovated an 800 square foot office area to bring a compounding pharmacy to current USP-797 pharmaceutical design standards.UCF Pathology Laboratory Study; Orlando, Florida Feasibility Study on the use of a 2,000 square foot temporary pathology laboratory in the Student Services Center for clinical analysis and research.Tampa General Hospital Clinical Laboratory Master Plan; Tampa, Florida Determined the feasibility of relocating an existing 25,000 SF hospital labo- ratory to a partially vacant building ¼ mile away. Reviewed existing facility conditions, identified feasibility of sample delivery, developed proto- type schematic design and outline specifications.Wesley Chapel Medical Center Hospital; Wesley Chapel, Florida Part of the project team of a new 80-bed $121 million hospital. Assisted with code analysis and equipment coordination issues.Central Florida Community College Learning Resource Center Laboratory; Lecanto, Florida Advised on the design of the laboratory for the new Learning Resource Center. Coordinated with college staff to develop a design that would compliment the architecture of the facility plus facilitate a wide variety of science programs that would occur including chemistry, biology, and physics.Florida Hospital Memorial Oceanside; Ormond Beach, Florida Designed clinical laboratory to bring it to current CLIA codes and wrote specifications for project.Florida Hospital Heartland Wauchula Exterior Renovation Study; Wauchula, Florida Project Manager for the exterior upgrades to a 40 year old hospi- tal in rural Florida. Managed design team in developing various design options and wrote outline specifications for final feasibility report to be used for cost estimation and presentation to Executive Committee for approval.
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPROJECT LIST, ContinuedBRPH Companies Melbourne, Florida, 2005 – 2006 Project ArchitectLee County School District Challenger and Orange River Middle Schools; Cape Coral and Fort Myers, Florida Project Architect for two prototype 160,000 square-foot middle schools with a 1300 student capacity. The middle school is part of a larger elementary and middle school campus and is composed of three buildings – Classrooms with Dining Hall, Gymnasium and Mechanical Building.Kennedy Space Center Central Canopy Plaza, Phases I and II; Cape Canaveral, Florida Project Architect for a renovation of the main plaza at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.Henderson Development Corporation Melbourne Office Complex Proposal; Melbourne, Florida Project Architect for three identical 150,000 square-foot office buildings located near the Melbourne Airport. Proposal includes schematic design, narrative and cut sheet preparation.Sarasota “H” Elementary School Persons with Special Needs Shelter; Sarasota, Florida Designed revisions to project currently under construction to allow the school to be designated as a Persons with Special Needs Shelter for Sarasota County. Included the design and research of implement- ing an oxygen distribution system during emergency situations.City of Palm Bay Fire & Police Station Prototype; Palm Bay, Florida Designed prototype 50,000 square-foot combination 20 person fire and police station with two-truck apparatus bay for 5 potential locations throughout Palm Bay. Used prototype as a basis for a larger 45-person station with four-truck apparatus bay for a new central location for the growing community.Flad & Associates Madison, Wisconsin, 2003 – 2005 Project Architect/Laboratory PlannerJohnson & Johnson/Centocor Springhouse Lab Project; Springhouse, Pennsylvania Laboratory Planner for the programming phase of a 60,000- square-foot addition and renovation of 80,000-square-foot vivarium. The vivarium includes housing for rodents, primates, and canines with pro- cedure and surgical work areas, and necropsy. The addition and renovation of the existing vivarium was needed due to the merging of two groups on the Springhouse campus.Chiron Corporation; Emeryville, California Laboratory Planner for a 285,000 square foot facility designed to accommodate varied laboratory types including microbiology, biochemistry, chemistry, bioorganic/biophysics, robotics and support space including tissue culture, NMR and isotope labs.Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Michigan Project architect and planner for an 11,000-square-foot upfit and renovation of an existing multi-story building for pharmacological discovery research needs. The project includes non-ventilated rodent racks and cages and pens for canine and swine. Also includes telemetry suites and support spaces. The design team worked closely with users of both areas to incorporate state- of-the-art technology.Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Michigan Project architect and planner for 12,500 square feet of Drug Dos- age and Formulations including dry blending of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) with rodent feed and liquid solutions prepara- tion for oral suspensions and parenterals. The suite includes four blending rooms with two medium size bin blenders and three solu- tion prep spaces with 10-foot chemical hoods. Each of the seven project rooms includes a custom 6-foot ventilated balance enclo- sure to meet strict exposure limits to the API.University of Chicago/Argonne National Laboratory; Chicago, Illinois Vivarium planner for the Howard T. Ricketts Center which is pro- posed to be constructed by the University of Chicago and will be located on the Argonne National Laboratory Campus. This 56,000- square-foot building will contain safety-certified, state-of-the-art laboratories and will meet federal guidelines for design and opera- tion of BSL-3 biocontainment facilities. As a regional center of excellence for biodefense and emerging infectious diseases, the facility will enhance the nation’s ability to find cures for diseases and fight bioterrorism.Nanosphere, Inc.; Northbrook, Illinois Project architect for a 33,000 square foot renovation of an existing tenant space for their rapidly expanding life sciences business. The project utilized a design-build approach expediting occupancy. The project includes office, re- search and analytical laboratories, and cGMP-manufacturing facilities for medical devices utilized as an integrated system of probes, assays, and detector hardware. A cleanroom was integrated into a GMP manufacturing sequence with all the necessary protocols for material and personnel workflow to prepare the client’s facilities for full cGMP compliance.Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Indiana Programmer for a proposed 200,000-square-foot research facility and pilot plant. Assisted in the development of a facility proposal for presentation to corporate management.Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Massachusetts Vivarium planner for the programming phase of a proposed renovation intended to increase the efficiencies of existing vivaria on campus.NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Sample Return Facility; Pasadena, California Aided in the planning of a BSL-4 facility designed to house and study Martian soil and rock samples.
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPROJECT LIST, ContinuedFlad & Associates, ContinuedJohnson & Johnson Safety Guidelines Manual; New Brunswick, New Jersey Project manager and technical writer to Johnson & Johnson’s Global Environmental Health and Safety Department. Established corporate safety guidelines for laboratory planning and design.Scientific Equipment & Furniture Association (SEFA) Milwaukee, Wisconsin Speaker for a presentation “Vivarium Furniture Requirements” at the organization’s Spring Meeting. Identified the unique physical characteristics of vivaria and their impact on lab furniture systems.Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Indiana Aided team in construction documentation phase to coordinate programming information with construction documents for this 500,000-square-foot biology lab and animal facility at the heart of this company’s world headquarters. Focused on vivarium and lab specialty areas including VHP chamber and automated robotic cagewash system. The project included all master planning activities for the entire project as well as all design services for all labora- tories, vivaria, material handling, and administrative spaces.Indiana University Multidisciplinary Science Building; Bloomington, Indiana Planner for a 145,000-square-foot multidisciplinary research facility. The space will be designed to support the full spectrum of sciences including biology, chemistry, cognitive science, physics, and biochemistry. Aided team in documentation of design development phase to design BSL-3 and NMR laboratories.Kling Stubbins (Jacobs) Washington, DC, 2001 – 2003 Project Architect/Laboratory PlannerUnited States Food and Drug Administration Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) Research Facility; White Oak, Maryland Programmer/planner for a 120,000 gross square foot physics science build- ing. This four-story building is located on the new FDA campus will study the effects of devices on the hu- man body. Research laboratory types include laser labs, anechoic chamber, electromagnetic field lab, com- puter sciences lab, electron microscope lab, mechanics and materials lab, and radiology lab.United States Food and Drug Administration Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) Biological Research Renovation; White Oak, Maryland Project architect and laboratory/animal facility programmer for a 24,000 square foot renovation to the upper two floors and the vivarium of the proposed Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) to accommodate CDRH biology research.United States Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) Research Facility; Beltsville, Maryland Assistant project manager and construction administrator for a 10,000 square foot seafood toxicology laboratory.Shire Laboratories, Pharmaceutical Laboratory Renovation; Rockville, Maryland. Project architect for a 10,000 square foot upgrade to the existing pharmaceutical labs.EPA Labs 21 Environmental Performance Criteria 2.2; Washington, D.C. Participated and helped to write the draft of the Labs 21 Environmental Per- formance Criteria developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency to create laboratory sustainability practices.HDR Architecture Alexandria, VA 1996 – 2001 Project ArchitectWayne State University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions; Detroit, Michigan Project architect and laboratory planner/animal facility planner for a six-story, 200,000 square-foot College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions and the Detroit Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. The complex provides space for research and teaching laboratories, classrooms, auditorium, office and administrative space, animal facilities, and inpatient and outpatient services. Also features two NMR suites (300 and 500 megahertz, respectively), located in the lower level, underground.Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Bunting-Blaustein Cancer Research Building; Baltimore, Maryland Project architect for a twelve-story, 230,000 square foot biomedical research facility to house cancer research laboratories. Facility designed with six lab floors utilizing interstitial floors to allow for utility distribution. Responsible for maintaining the project web site, which was instru- mental for the communication of the project among the project team and researchers moving into the facility.Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine cGMP Suite; Baltimore, Maryland Project architect for a second floor renovation to ac- commodate a cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) suite of cancer vaccine research for human consumption. The facility contains five Class 10,000 cleanrooms, plus appropriate gowning facilities. This project was constructed during the occupancy of the main cancer research facility.
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPROJECT LIST, ContinuedHDR Architecture, ContinuedUniversity of North Carolina College of Pharmacy, Kerr Hall Addition; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Project Architect for a 70,000-square-foot addition to the existing School of Pharmacy Building. The facility includes research laborato- ries for pharmaceutics and pharmacy practice, animal facility, classrooms, and communication facilities for dis- tance learning technologies supporting the external Doctorate of Pharmacy program.Boeing Information Services, Inc.; Vienna, Virginia Project Architect for a three-year Indefinite Delivery Contract for various planning, programming, and architectural task orders. Eight task orders were completed including various site improvements, code analysis, roof replacements, and two SCIF rooms.Orbital Sciences Corporation; Germantown, Maryland Programmer to study the consolidation of 800 employees at various locations into a single site for this aerospace organization.Equinix Co-Location Facilities; Secaucus, NJ, London, England, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Boston, Massachusetts Project Architect for a series of Internet Co-Location prototypes approximately 100,000 square-feet in size as part of an effort to establish these buildings throughout the United States and Europe.Cleanmed Conference; Boston, Massachusetts Panel Discussion “Sustainability Imperatives for Health Care Facilities”. Presented impacts of construc- tion upon the environment and developed suggestions to improve energy impacts.American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Speaker Presentation “Incorporating the Internet into Build- ing Design” used as part of the National AIA Convention Continuing Education program. Incorporated experience from developing project web page without the use of off-the-shelf web page software.OTHER EXPERIENCERDG Schutte Wilscam Birge, Omaha, Nebraska (1995 – 1996). Architectural Coordinator. Bell Federal Credit Union Renovation, Omaha, Nebraska. Saint Joseph Catholic Church; Salix, Iowa. Mission Ridge Beneath the Rims Assisted Living Facility; Billings, Montana Air Force Village West Retirement Facility; Riverside, CaliforniaLeo A. Daly, Omaha, NE (1994-1995). Architectural Coordinator. Civic Auditorium Renovation; Omaha, Nebraska Zadco/Gasco Tower; Abu Dubai, United Arab EmiratesHGM Associates, Omaha, NE (1993-1994). Architectural Coordinator. Architectural Barriers Compliance Contract, United States Postal Service; 150 Various Locations throughout Iowa and NebraskaSpitznagel, Sioux Falls, SD (1992-1993). Architectural Technician. Earth Resources Observation Systems (EROS) Data Center Addition; Sioux Falls, South DakotaNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Omaha, Nebraska (1991). College Architectural Internship. North Manitou Island Ranger Station; Empire, Michigan
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com Healthcare Project Experience Veterans Administration Renovation Programming; Battle Creek, Michigan 22,000 square-foot Ambulatory Care Clinic Renovation for the Veterans Administra- tion Hospital in Battle Creek, Michigan. Currently in Schematic Design Phase. Florida Hospital Heartland Catheterization Lab Renovation; Sebring, Florida $1.2 million, 1,000 square-foot Catheterization laboratory replacing existing equip- ment and updating finishes. Despite the complexity of the project, it received mini- mal AHCA comments both during design and construction phases of the project.Photo 1 Florida Hospital Celebration Patient Tower Addition LEED Management; Celebra- tion, Florida Integrated LEED design principles into a new 250,000 square-foot addition to the existing hospital. Reviewed construction documents and ensured that sustainable design principles were incorporated. Mentored consultants and in-house staff who were unfamiliar with sustainable design principles. Hospital was first Florida Hospi- tal facility to obtain LEED Silver Certification. Pegasus Health Clinic, University of Central Florida; Orlando, Florida 24,000 square-foot medical clinic renovation to supplement the new UCF College of Medicine as the practicing arm of the University. Health First Cape Canaveral Hospital Pharmacy Compounding Renovation; CocoaPhoto 2 Beach, Florida Upgraded existing 4,000 square-foot pharmacy compounding lab to current USP-797 pharmaceutical design standards by incorporating a Class III Biosafety cabinet and upgraded existing cabinetry. Health First Holmes Regional Medical Center; Melbourne, Florida Renovated an 800 square foot office area to bring a compounding pharmacy to cur- rent USP-797 pharmaceutical design standards.Photo 3 Photographs: 1) Florida Hospital Heartland Cath Lab Renovation 2) Pegasus Health Clinic Programming Study Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP 3) HRMC Compounding Lab Renovation (Before/After) 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 4) VA Clinic, Battle Creek, Michigan 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPhoto 4
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com Healthcare Project Experience, Continued UCF Pathology Laboratory Study; Orlando, Florida Feasibility Study on the use of a 2,000 square foot temporary pathology laboratory in the Student Services Center for clinical analysis and research. Tampa General Hospital Clinical Laboratory Master Plan; Tampa, Florida Determined the feasibility of relocating an existing 25,000 SF hospital laboratory to a partially vacant building ¼ mile away. Reviewed existing facility conditions, identified feasibility of sample delivery, developed prototype schematic design and outline specifications.Photo 1 Wesley Chapel Medical Center Hospital; Wesley Chapel, Florida Consulting Architect for a new 80-bed $121 million hospital. Assisted with code analysis, hospital clinical laboratory planning and general project coordination. Florida Hospital Deland OB Suite Renovation; Deland, Florida 40,000 square foot hospital renovation to the existing Obstetrics floor of the hospi- tal, which has not been updated since the 1980’s. Created labor-delivery-recovery (LDR) as well as post-partum suites and incorporated new technology into the new suite making it a state-of-the art facility. Created a spa-like environment making the birthing experience more pleasant for families, and also increased patient volume for the hospital.Photo 2 Florida Hospital Memorial Oceanside; Ormond Beach, Florida Designed clinical laboratory to bring it to current CLIA codes and wrote specifications for project. Florida Hospital Heartland Wauchula Exterior Renovation Study; Wauchula, Florida Exterior upgrades to a 40 year old hospital in rural Florida. Managed design team in developing various design options and wrote outline specifications for final feasibil- ity report to be used for cost estimation and presentation to Executive Committee for approval. Florida Hospital Heartland Pain Clinic & Patient Financial Services Suite; Sebring, Florida 4,000 square foot renovation in an existing hospital exercise facility into a Pain Clinic and new Patient Financial Services Suite.Photo 3 Photographs: 1) Florida Hospital Deland OB Suite Renovation 2) Florida Hospital Oceanside Clinical Lab Renovation Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP 3) Florida Hospital Wauchula 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 4) Wesley Chapel Medical Center 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPhoto 4
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com Research Project Experience Nephron Pharmaceutical Global Headquarters; Orlando, Florida and Charleston, South Carolina Laboratory Planner for a 300,000 GSF commercial pharmaceutical manufacturing plant. Developed custom cabinetry design that required collaboration with casework manufacturers to integrate new materials into current prototypes. Pharmaceutical lab and manufacturing plant needed to meet FDA and EU standards and required extensive design and collaboration with consultants. Kaman Ordinance Facility; Orlando, Florida Project Manager and Architect for an ordinance facility expansion. Coordinated with civil engineers to identify detonation parameters and its impact on explosion equipment and the surrounding facilities toPhoto 1 keep workers safe. Facility designs included ordinance storage as well as the orien- tation of a new administration facility which required to be kept away from the blast range. L3 Communications Class 10,000 Optical Clean Room; Orlando, Florida Project Manager and Architect for a 2,000 square-foot ISO Class 5 Clean Room designed to house high powered lasers for top secret government projects. University of Florida Biomedical Sciences Building (BMSB); Gainesville, Florida Pro- ject Manager for $72 million, 160,000 square-foot BSL2 laboratory which includes approximately 85,000 net assigned square feet to house the research and adminis- trative operation of the biomedical engineering, sciences and animal resources. Con- nected to three existing buildings enabled UF researchers to connect to the HealthPhoto 2 Sciences campus. Building originally targeted for Silver LEED Certification has now achieved enough points for Gold Certification. Palmer College of Chiropractic Laboratory of Cell and Molecular Biology; Port Or- ange, Florida Project Manager of the design and construction of a 2,000 square-foot tissue culture laboratory for the college. Included creation of equipment specifica- tions manual used to manage the large variety of instrumentation of this unique facility. Central Florida Community College Learning Resource Center Laboratory; Lecanto, Florida Advised on the design of the laboratory for the new Learning Resource Cen- ter. Coordinated with college staff to develop a design that would compliment the architecture of the facility plus facilitate a wide variety of science programs that would occur including chemistry, biology, and physics. Johnson & Johnson/Centocor Springhouse Lab Project; Springhouse, PennsylvaniaPhoto 3 Laboratory Planner for the programming phase of a 60,000-square-foot addition and renovation of 80,000-square-foot vivarium. The vivarium includes housing for ro- dents, primates, and canines with procedure and surgical work areas, and necropsy. The addition and renovation of the existing vivarium was needed due to the merging of two groups on the Springhouse campus. Chiron Corporation; Emeryville, California Laboratory Planner for a 285,000 square foot facility designed to accommodate varied laboratory types including microbiol- ogy, biochemistry, chemistry, bioorganic/biophysics, robotics and support space including tissue culture, NMR and isotope labs. Photographs: 1) FDA White Oak Engineering Lab Anechoic Chamber 2) FDA White Oak Life Science Lab Programming Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP 3) FLIR Optics Laboratory 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 4) University of Florida Biomedical Engineering Building 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPhoto 4
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com Research Project Experience, Continued Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Michigan Project architect and planner for an 11,000-square-foot upfit and renovation of an existing multi-story building for phar- macological discovery research needs. The project includes non-ventilated rodent racks and cages and pens for canine and swine. Also includes telemetry suites and support spaces. The design team worked closely with users of both areas to incor- porate state-of-the-art technology. Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Michigan Project architect and planner for 12,500 square feet of Drug Dosage and Formulations including dry blending of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) with rodent feed and liquid solutions preparation for oral suspensions and parenterals. The suite includes four blending rooms with two medium size bin blenders and three solution prep spaces with 10-foot chemicalPhoto 1 hoods. Each of the seven project rooms includes a custom 6-foot ventilated balance enclosure to meet strict exposure limits to the API. University of Chicago/Argonne National Laboratory; Chicago, Illinois Vivarium plan- ner for the Howard T. Ricketts Center which is proposed to be constructed by the University of Chicago and will be located on the Argonne National Laboratory Cam- pus. This 56,000-square-foot building will contain safety-certified, state-of-the-art laboratories and will meet federal guidelines for design and operation of BSL-3 bio- containment facilities. As a regional center of excellence for biodefense and emerg- ing infectious diseases, the facility will enhance the nation’s ability to find cures for diseases and fight bioterrorism. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Sample Return Facility; Pasadena, California Aided in the planning of a BSL-4 facility designed to house and study Martian soil and rockPhoto 2 samples. Wayne State University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions; De- troit, Michigan Project architect and laboratory planner/animal facility planner for a six-story, 200,000 square-foot College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions and the Detroit Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. The complex pro- vides space for research and teaching laboratories, classrooms, auditorium, office and administrative space, animal facilities, and inpatient and outpatient services. Also features two NMR suites (300 and 500 megahertz, respectively), located in the lower level, underground. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Bunting-Blaustein Cancer Research Building; Baltimore, Maryland Project architect for a twelve-story, 230,000 square foot biomedical research facility to house cancer research laboratories. Facility de- signed with six lab floors utilizing interstitial floors to allow for utility distribution. Responsible for maintaining the project web site, which was instrumental for thePhoto 3 communication of the project among the project team and researchers moving into the facility. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine cGMP Suite; Baltimore, Maryland Project architect for a second floor renovation to accommodate a cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) suite of cancer vaccine research for human con- sumption. The facility contains five Class 10,000 cleanrooms, plus appropriate gowning facilities. This project was constructed during the occupancy of the main cancer research facility. Photographs: 1) Typical Lab, UF Biomedical Sciences Building 2) Equinix Data Center Lobby, Reston, Virginia Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP 3) FDA Life Sciences Laboratory 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 4) Wayne State Pharmacy & Allied Health Chem Labs 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPhoto 4
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com Research Project Experience, Continued Johnson & Johnson Safety Guidelines Manual; New Brunswick, New Jersey Project manager and technical writer to Johnson & Johnson’s Global Environmental Health and Safety Department. Established corporate safety guidelines for laboratory plan- ning and design. Scientific Equipment & Furniture Association (SEFA) Milwaukee, Wisconsin Speaker for a presentation “Vivarium Furniture Requirements” at the organization’s Spring Meeting. Identified the unique physical characteristics of vivaria and their impact on lab furniture systems. Confidential Pharmaceutical Client; Indiana Aided team in construction documenta- tion phase to coordinate programming information with construction documents for this 500,000-square-foot biology lab and animal facility at the heart of this com-Photo 1 pany’s world headquarters. Focused on vivarium and lab specialty areas including VHP chamber and automated robotic cagewash system. The project included all master planning activities for the entire project as well as all design services for all laboratories, vivaria, material handling, and administrative spaces. Indiana University Multidisciplinary Science Building; Bloomington, Indiana Planner for a 145,000-square-foot multidisciplinary research facility. The space will be de- signed to support the full spectrum of sciences including biology, chemistry, cogni- tive science, physics, and biochemistry. Aided team in documentation of design de- velopment phase to design BSL-3 and NMR laboratories. United States Food and Drug Administration Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) Research Facility; White Oak, Maryland Programmer/planner for a 120,000 gross square foot physics science building. This four-story building is lo-Photo 2 cated on the new FDA campus will study the effects of devices on the human body. Research laboratory types include laser labs, anechoic chamber, electromagnetic field lab, computer sciences lab, electron microscope lab, mechanics and materials lab, and radiology lab. United States Food and Drug Administration Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) Biological Research Renovation; White Oak, Maryland Project archi- tect and laboratory/animal facility programmer for a 24,000 square foot renovation to the upper two floors and the vivarium of the proposed Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) to accommodate CDRH biology research. United States Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) Research Facility; Beltsville, Maryland Assistant project manager and construction administrator for a 10,000 square foot seafood toxicology labora- tory. Shire Laboratories, Pharmaceutical Laboratory Renovation; Rockville, Maryland.Photo 3 Project architect for a 10,000 square foot upgrade to the existing pharmaceutical labs. EPA Labs 21 Environmental Performance Criteria 2.2; Washington, D.C. Partici- pated and helped to write the draft of the Labs 21 Environmental Performance Crite- ria developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency to create laboratory sus- tainability practices. Photographs: 1) Typical Lab, UF Biomedical Sciences Building 2) Equinix Data Center Lobby, Reston, Virginia Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP 3) FDA Life Sciences Laboratory 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 4) Wayne State Pharmacy & Allied Health Chem Labs 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPhoto 4
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com Teaching Laboratories Education University of Illinois, 1992 Bachelor of Architecture and Structural Engineering Background Jennifer’s experience has focused in the design and construction of Science, Healthcare and Technology educational facilities. Throughout her career, she has had the pleasure of de- signing and building teaching laboratories with many various educational institutions both in K-12 and Higher Education. As the Laboratory Architect, she is involved with all phases ofPhoto 1 the project from programming through construction documentation to construction to en- sure that the teaching laboratory not only meets educational requirements but ensures overall safety of the students and staff. Below is a sample of some of the projects she has worked on that closely matches your project: Challenger Middle School—BRPH Architects & Engineers Cape Coral, Florida Project Architect of a 160,000 square foot three-story middle school prototype designed to accommodate more than 1,300 students on a small site. Classroom arrangements are de- signed to house each grade per floor to minimize student distractions and minimize move- ment between floors. Each floor has a science laboratory designed to provide flexible learn- ing arrangements to conduct a wide variety of teaching methodologies. Student desks are flexible while sinks and gas stations are placed along the perimeter to remove sight interfer- ence from utilities.Photo 2 Father Lopez High School—Hunton Brady Architects Daytona Beach, Florida Laboratory Architect for a 90,000 square foot high school renovation designed to accommo- date various sciences while integrating new technology and creating teaching flexibility. University of Florida Biomedical Sciences Building—Hunton Brady Architects Gainesville, Florida Project Manager for $72 million, 160,000 square-foot BSL2 laboratory which includes ap- proximately 85,000 net assigned square feet to house the research and administrative op- eration of the biomedical engineering, sciences and animal resources in addition to under- graduate and graduate biomedical teaching laboratories. Connected to three existing build- ings enabled UF researchers to connect to the Health Sciences campus. Building originally targeted for Silver LEED Certification has now achieved enough points for Gold Certification. Central Florida Community College Learning Resource Center Laboratory—Hunton BradyPhoto 3 Architects Lecanto, Florida Laboratory Architect for the new Learning Resource Center. Coordinated with college staff to develop a design that would compliment the architecture of the facility plus facilitate a wide variety of science programs that would occur including chemistry, biology, and physics. Wayne State University College of Pharmacy & Allied Health—HDR Architecture Detroit, Michigan Project Architect for a 300,000 square-foot facility designed to provide teaching and re- search space within one facility. Lower floors provided a variety of learning environments including a large 200 person auditorium, distance learning, interactive classrooms and medi- cal simulation suites as well as a common gathering space for students and faculty. Photographs: 1) Central Florida Community College Teaching Lab 2) Challenger Middle School Science Laboratory JWM Architectural Services 3) Challenger Middle School Industrial Laboratory 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 4) University of Florida Biomedical Sciences Building 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.comPhoto 4
  • Catheterization Laboratory Renovation Role: Project Manager & Project Architect Size: 1,000 SF Project Cost: $1.2 million Completed: 2010 Contractor: Stevens Construction The Florida Hospital Heartland Heart and Vascular Center opened in March 2009 to allow residents in Highlands and Hardee Counties in rural South-Central Florida to ob- tain emergency heart services. After an initial Cath Lab was built, it was determined that a second Cath Lab was needed to serve the community’s need for heart care. This encouraged the hospital to obtain a Philips Allura biplane cardiovascular x-ray machine to perform quick and accurate analysis of incoming patients. To accommodate for this new equipment, extensive re- view of the existing conditions of the hospital was needed to ensure that the facility could house the utility- intensive item, including wall lead-lining, structural sup- port, electrical loads, finish upgrades and data support. Upgrades to finishes and the retrofit of an non-functional bathroom into a central equipment supply room made the new Cath Lab a state-of-the-art facility. Since the renovations occurred within the hospital, phas- ing and consideration of an adjacent fully functional Cath Lab needed to be taken into account to ensure that the hospital and its adjacent Cath Lab can remain operational throughout the construction process, as well as meeting ACHA requirements. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • OB Suite Renovation Role: Project Manager & Project Architect Size: 40,000 SF Project Cost: $1.1 million Completed: 2009 Contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie Originally built in 1962, the hospital established itself as the leader in medical care in the rural community of De- Land, Florida. Many essential upgrades were needed to be done to keep the hospital current with the latest treatment techniques. One area that needed improve- ment was the Obstetrics suite located on the third floor. The area had not been upgraded since the mid 1980’s and nursing stations were two completely enclosed and isolated stations that impeded patient care. Due to the complexity of the design and the construction phasing, BIM models were created to allow the hospital staff to decide which design features and phasing would best serve the hospital. In order to minimize costs, it was decided that the two nurses stations were to remain in their current locations; however, the walls that sepa- rated them were removed to allow for clear observations along both corridors. Finishes were upgraded, code viola- tions were corrected and the suite was brought to meet current ACHA design guidelines making for a more effi- cient and pleasant environment for staff, patients and their families. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • UCF Pegasus Health (UCF-558) Role: Project Manager (Programming Phase) Size: 22,000 SF Project Cost: $7.9 million Completed: 2011 Contractor: Balfour Beatty As a continuation of the UCF College of Medicine’s goal of making healthcare accessible to students and to the UCF community, they renovated an empty 22,000 square foot outpatient clinic into the new Pegasus Health Clinic. This clinic has a focus on primary care, including internal medicine, family practice and geriatric medicine with an emphasis on prevention, wellness and care management, with clinical and the ability to expand into additional spe- cialties to meet community needs. During the Program- ming Phase, I advised on current code requirements, re- viewed proposed facilities for purchase and facilitated the schematic design charrette on the final building se- lected for renovation. The renovation utilized the existing floor plan of the empty and outdated clinic and incorporated the latest innovations in health care practices technology and to turn it into a state-of-the art facility. The computers run on wireless Internet, and medical publications and books and patient’s medical records are electronic to cut down on the use of paper can all be accessed remotely and on- site. On-site CLIA/CAP-accredited lab, including advanced molecular testing, and pharmaceutical and radiology ser- vices begin a continuum of services convenient for pa- tients. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • UF Biomedical Sciences Building (UF-254) Role: Project Manager Size: 165,000 SF Project Cost: $75 million Completed: 2010 Contractor: Whiting-Turner The Biomedical Sciences Building (BMSB) is designed to be 165,000 gross square feet, providing approximately 91,000 net square feet to house research, administrative operation and animal care resources of the biomedical engineering sciences program as part of an NIH and HHMI grant. The physical and cultural integration of the research programs within the facility provides a collabo- rative environment that continues to establish the Uni- versity of Florida as a leader in interdisciplinary biomedi- cal science, engineering, technology, translational re- search and transfer. The BMSB is strategically located in close proximity to the other inter-related science departments fostering a mul- tidisciplinary and collaborative atmosphere among the sciences. The majority of the building incorporates modu- lar laboratory space consistent with UF’s need for flexibil- ity. Philosophically, the open laboratory concept is em- braced to form the intellectual comingling of multidisci- plinary researchers, students and staff. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • Bunting-Blaustein Cancer Research Building Role: Project Architect Size: 242,000 SF Project Cost: $46 million Completed: 1999 Contractor: Clark Construction As part of the front door to the Johns Hopkins Medical Institution campus near Downtown Baltimore, MD, this facility houses state-of-the-art medical research laborato- ries and support areas dedicated to the full spectrum of Oncology research, consolidating the various groups originally scattered throughout the campus. The organi- zation of the building is designed with six lab floors utiliz- ing interstitial floors to allow for utility distribution and 12 office floors which takes advantage of the higher floor- to-floor span created by the interstitial space. In addition to the primary laboratory and office areas, considerable shared resource labs are provided in the center module including a 6,000 SF animal facility, bio- lab, glass wash, irradiators, BSL-3 laboratory, cGMP Suite and other supporting laboratory services. In addition to Project Architecture responsibilities, I was responsible for maintaining the project web site, which was instrumental for the communication of the project among the project team and researchers moving into the facility. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) Suite Role: Project Architect Size: 2,000 SF Project Cost: $750,000 Completed: 2000 Contractor: Clark Construction The overall goal of the Johns Hopkins Cancer Center is to provide total comprehensive care for all Oncology pa- tients. As a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Care Center, the University was one of the first in the world to centralize all of its cancer research and treatment into one general area to shorten the amount of time leading research and new therapy would be made available to patients. As a response to this Initiative, Johns Hopkins University decided to revise the program of the Bunting-Blaustein Cancer Research Building to include a current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) Suite while the building was in the Construction Document Phase as an Add- Service. The Suite is comprised of three individual Class 10,000 laboratories connected with a common Class 100,000 corridor and Ante Room with separate Gown-In/ Gown-Out zones to ensure that the Suite meets all FDA requirements. Separate autoclaving and equipment zones were provided to minimize excessive air movement within the Suite and provided pass-thrus to adjacent non- Suite spaces. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • Eugene Applebaum Pharmacy & Allied Health Building Role: Project Architect Size: 270,000 SF Project Cost: $64 million Completed: 2002 Contractor: Turner Construction Project architect and laboratory planner/animal facility planner for a six-story, 200,000 square-foot College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions and the Detroit Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan lo- cated near the heart of Downtown Detroit. The complex provides space for research and teaching laboratories, classrooms, auditorium, office and administrative space, animal facilities, and inpatient and outpatient services. Also features two NMR suites (300 and 500 megahertz, respectively), located in the lower level, underground. The building is divided into three lower teaching levels and three upper laboratory and animal facility levels. Of- fices are arranged separately from the labs to allow after- hour security and increased lab modularity/flexibility to accommodate a wide variety of programs used by the College. On the lower levels, the teaching levels are ar- ranged around a central atrium which encourages stu- dent interaction and flexible study spaces. Laboratory blocks are organized around a series of utility chases vertically stacked to provide efficient routing of all mechanical and electrical systems to the penthouse and the mechanical rooms located within the basement. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • FDA Engineering-Physics Laboratory U.S. Food & Drug Administration Center for Devices and Radiological Health Role: Project Architect (to Design Development Phase) Size: 135,000 SF Project Cost: $41 million Completed: 2007 Contractor: Turner Construction Programmer/planner for a 120,000 gross square foot physics science building. This four-story building is lo- cated on the new FDA campus in White Oak, Maryland will study the effects of devices on the human body. Re- search laboratory types include laser labs, anechoic chamber, electromagnetic field lab, computer sciences lab, electron microscope lab, mechanics and materials lab, and radiology lab. This facility consolidated numerous FDA engineering and physics laboratories that were located throughout the Metropolitan Washington DC area as a phase of the White Oak Consolidation Project. Early on in the design process it was evident that this laboratory could not fol- low traditional laboratory planning modules due to the nature of the technology used with the lab types as noted above. Extensive blocking and stacking as well as adja- cency analysis of the physical characteristics of each labo- ratory type was conducted to determine the overall con- figuration of the space and to avoid operational conflicts; laboratories which allowed access to daylight was located separately from those which were light sensitive. Labs which had either vibration sensitivity or radiation shield- ing requirements were located on lower floors away from general circulation corridors than those which had less stringent requirements. Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765 407.956.9201 jenniferwebb.arch@gmail.com
  • 1092 Manigan Avenue, Oviedo, Florida 32765Jennifer Webb, AIA, LEED AP BD+C 407.956.9201 jwmarchservices@gmail.com