LCM designed and implemented a comprehensive renovation of the historic Natural History Building at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The successful fusion of modern and traditional is apparent throughout the building.
Science / Technology
LCM repurposed the pool building at UIUC’s historic Freer Hall to capture much-needed space for the College of Applied Sciences. The renovation provides infrastructure for advanced testing research facilities.
Designed to evoke energy and productivity, the spaces encourage colleagues and students to collaborate on new strategic developments and strengthen skills.
LCM’s design for their new cyber-security program captures much-needed space by enclosing the entire ground floor, open air surface parking area of Julian Hall. A redesigned entry vestibule links to the new spaces, providing a distinctive identity that reflects the innovative programs within.
LCM Architects worked closely with Carle Foundation Hospital and their MEP consultant to plan and design a phased renovation of laboratory facilities in the Carle Laboratory Services Building.
LCM renovated the 1944 Mies van der Rohe designed Engineering Research Building, creating space for growing companies working on world-changing concepts in life sciences, biomedical engineering, medical devices and diagnostics, material, green and clean technology, food safety, information technology, and more.
LCM provided full architecture services to Northwestern Medicine for the relocation of Histology, Microbiology, and Pathology clinical laboratories at McHenry and Woodstock Hospitals.
The reconfigured spaces allow for a more efficient work flow and accommodate the sophisticated, automated equipment required to process an increasing volume of routine and complex specimen analyses.