Intersect’s Interior Designer, Tanya Villalpando and Assistant Project Manager, Eric Rodan, along with Mike Barbera, recently completed an interior and exterior facility redevelopment for a 50,000 square foot project in San Diego.
The 2-story redevelopment included a partial re-skin of the building, plus a complete interior gut. The interior buildout included new high bay office space, spacious break room, conference rooms and restrooms, all with high-end finishes. It also included an extensive biology, chemistry, and vivarium buildout to support research operations.
Structural and architectural modifications were made to this tilt-up building shell to add 491 square feet to the building and an added curtainwall system helped to maximize visibility and daylight. The high-volume space was broken up with a 15,000 square foot mezzanine structure supporting lab and conferencing functions with interior trees anchoring the level one open office area.
A new elevator, new open staircases, and all new mechanical, plumbing, and process systems were included in this scope of work, along with a new standby power generator.
This building serves as an expansion building for Vividion Therapeutics, who already occupies the sister building behind it. Now, a 2-building campus for Vividion, recently acquired by Bayer, it will continue to foster research in an optimal, state-of-the-art environment that will support growth and innovation.
Nancy Ridge Drive can now be reimagined with this redeveloped property bookmarking the west end of the block.