Colorado School of Mines Labriola Innovation Hub
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The Colorado Shared Instrumentation in Nanofabrication and Characterization (COSINC) lab is a multidisciplinary core research facility and service center within the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The lab plays an instrumental role in leading Colorado in the areas of micro-, nano- fabrication and materials characterization by effectively providing open-access services to state-of-the-art instrumentation, advanced education, and hands-on training in these areas within the region.
SEEL 314a: The scope of work of the SEEL 314a Renovation included renovating six separate spaces totaling 6,183 square feet and installing laboratory equipment. The project team removed perchloric and hydrofluoric hoods and safely capped and abandoned the exhaust ducts. The project team also installed exhaust enclosures and relocated a chemical fume hood. The 314a project was enabling work for the COSINC project, which was one of the first ISO 5 cleanrooms to be built on the CU Boulder campus.
SEEL COSINC: The scope of work of the SEEL COSINC Renovation included demolition of 3,500-square-feet of existing lab space to be converted into ISO 5 and ISO 6 clean rooms, a new ground up 1,200-square-foot mechanical room attached to the existing building, and all associated tool hookups in the renovated space. Throughout construction, the building remained occupied and operational.