Columbia, South Carolina
Environmental Health and Safety Building, Washington University School of Medicine
EH&S occupies the East side of the building and houses their hazardous waste processing and storage function, as well as offices.
This project includes a 27,000-square-foot, 1-story steel frame structure with a partial basement. It also includes new building docks, 3,300-square-yards of concrete paving, CO 2 tanks, relocation of an Ameren duct bank, relocation of an existing storm sewer in the vacated alley, storm water detention and a pedestrian tunnel that will tie to the new Scott McKinley Research Building to the North. The building has 2 primary functions: the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) and the Central Services. EH&S occupies the East side of the building and houses their hazardous waste processing and storage function, as well as offices. Central Services house a dock, receiving room, alcohol storage and dispensing room, and a mail room. Two elevators serve the building, one service and one freight elevator.