Overview

10 Buildings • 1,044,078 SF

Building 1 (Pilot Plant) • 147,876 SF
Building 2 (Pharma Development Lab) • 86,187 SF
Building 3 (Discovery Research Lab) • 132,487 SF
Building 5 (R&D Admin Building) • 298,106 SF
Building 6* (Drug Evaluation Lab) • 109,660 SF
Building 9* (Drug Safety Evaluation Lab) • 100,145 SF
Building 14 (Sales Training Center) • 62,490 SF
Building 15 (Scale-up Lab) • 47,378 SF
Nodes 1 • 28,865 SF
Nodes 2 • 30,884 SF

Building 1

Pilot Plant

Space Type: Lab

Size: 147,876 RSF

Laboratory And Pharmaceutical Production Space; 4 Stories; 15 Stability Chambers

The Pilot Plant is Class A, steel frame construction and contains mostly laboratory and pharmaceutical production space. The floors are epoxy terrazzo throughout the lab and production spaces. All of the production and laboratory spaces are serviced with once-through HVAC with airlocks in the production area. The building also houses 15 stability chambers for product testing. The four story building also has a basement that contains shipping and receiving space and hazardous material storage. There are six dock height doors servicing two sides of this building. The building contains the “pharmacy” for the campus, which has similar finishes to the production space. 

The basement area contains the shipping, receiving, and hazardous waste. Floors one and two contain the laboratory, production area, some general support office, and the pharmacy. Floor three contains all of the mechanical for the air handlers and dehumidifiers. Floor four contains all of the exhaust and HEPA filters.

All ventilation air is once through. Approximately 32 supply air systems combined with approximately 53 exhaust systems provide specific controlled ambient conditions in the operating areas of the building. Several of these supply systems include special dehumidification capability to meet various space and process requirements.

There is also an aseptic suite in the production area that was constructed to develop and manufacture injectable pharmaceuticals. This area is currently utilized as storage. 

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Building 2

Pharma Development Laboratory Building

Space Type: Lab

Size: 86,187 RSF

Majority Lab Space; 4 Stories; Bsl-2 Rated Labs; Glassware Washing Facility and Waste Neutralization Systems

Building 2 is connected to Building 1 and Building 5 (not included in this offering) via Node 1. This laboratory building is four-stories, Class A, steel frame construction and contains mostly laboratory space. The floors are a mix of VCT and epoxy terrazzo. All of the laboratory spaces are serviced with once-through HVAC with airlocks into some of the lab areas. Building 2 contains six laboratory modules. The labs in this building are rated BSL-2 (Bio Safety Level 2).

The building has housed formulation development, DMPK and analytical support functions. The lower level of the building is divided with approximately 40% of the space as mechanical support and the remainder as circulation and labs. The upper three floors utilize a central corridor for lab supply and access with the write up spaces located around a secondary circulation corridor on the perimeter of the building. The penthouse floor is dedicated to mechanical support. 

The labs are designed around a standard footprint which can be modified for specialty uses. Most of the lab modules include an auxiliary lab which can be open to the main lab, segregated by a door or accessed only from the central corridor. The lab itself is separated from the write up area by a wall that typically has windows for viewing into the space and doors for access. Some areas utilize a full glass wall for improved visibility into the lab. In addition to the standard lab module, each floor has some 1/2 size labs that can be used as common equipment or support labs. The labs on the bottom floor do not follow the pattern of the upper floors as they are intended to accommodate processes utilizing heavy or specialty equipment.

SPECIALTY EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES: Central Glass Wash, typically each lab has two specialty gas connections, fed from bottled gas in storage cabinets located off of the central corridor, Labs designed to maintain negative pressurization to surroundings, Labs designed for 200 psf floor loading, Concrete Structure. 

Building 3

Discovery Research Laboratory Building

Space Type: Lab

Size: 132,487 RSF

Current Occupancy: 100% Leased to GlaxoSmithKline

Majority Lab Space; 4 Stories; Bsl-3 Rated Lab; 10 laboratory modules with benching and hoods for chemistry

Building 3 is connected to Building 2 and Building 6 via Node 2. This laboratory building is four-stories, Class A, steel frame construction and contains mostly laboratory space. The floors are a mix of VCT and epoxy terrazzo. All of the laboratory spaces are serviced with once-through HVAC with airlocks into some of the lab areas. Building 3 contains ten laboratory modules. The majority of the labs in this building are rated BSL-2 (Bio Safety Level 2). There are three modules of labs that area rated BSL-3.

The lower level of the building is divided with approximately 40% of the space as mechanical support and the remainder as circulation and labs. The upper three floors utilize a central corridor for lab supply and access with the write up spaces located around a secondary circulation corridor on the perimeter of the building. The penthouse floor is dedicated to mechanical support.

The labs are designed around a standard footprint which can be modified for specialty uses. Most of the lab modules include an auxiliary lab which can be open to the main lab, segregated by a door or accessed only from the central corridor. The lab itself is separated from the write up area by a wall that typically has windows for viewing into the space and doors for access. Some areas utilize a full glass wall for improved visibility into the lab. In addition to the standard lab module, each floor has some 1/2 size labs that can be used as common equipment or support labs. The labs on the bottom floor do not follow the pattern of the upper floors as they are intended to accommodate processes utilizing heavy or specialty equipment.

SPECIALTY EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES: BSL3 Containment Lab, typically each lab has two specialty gas connections, fed from bottled gas in storage cabinets located off of the central corridor, Laboratories designed for 200 PSF floor loading, Concrete Structure

Building 5

R&D Administration Building

Space Type: Office

Size: 298,106 SF

Current Occupancy: 100% leased to GlaxoSmithKline

Building 5 is the main office and amenity building for the North Campus. This building is connected to Building 1 via an enclosed ground level corridor. Building 5 contains a 14,192 square foot cafeteria, a fitness facility with locker rooms, several training areas, SMART office, executive level offices, an auditorium, and a four story atrium. The SMART office has raised flooring with all of the connectivity for the workstations beneath the floor deck. This space is reconfigurable for other office users.

Building 6*

Drug Evaluation Lab

Space Type: Lab (Able to be converted to office*)

Size: 109,660 RSF

Building 6 is connected to Building 2 and Building 3 via Node 2. This laboratory building is four-stories, Class B, reinforced concrete frame construction and contains mostly animal laboratory space. The floors are mostly epoxy terrazzo. All of the laboratory spaces are serviced with once-through HVAC. The majority of this space is not utilized at capacity.

Total Floors: 4

Utilities: Steam, Chilled Water, RO Water, Utility and Backup Power, UPS Power, Hot and Cold Domestic Water, Sanitary Sewer, Lab Waste Neutralization

Building 8

Central Plant

Space Type: Central Utility Plant

Single-Story Industrial; Central Utility Plant for the entire campus

Building 8 is the central utility plant for the entire campus. This building is not connected to the other buildings by a node or connector. This building contains one large drive-in door. There are 4 boilers and 7 chillers that provide all of the HVAC service for the entire North Campus. There are also 5 indoor Caterpillar diesel generators for auxiliary power in the event of an emergency or outage. The boilers are fueled by natural gas or fuel oil. There are two 50,000 gallon fuel oil tanks in the rear of the building. The North Campus electrical feed comes from two parallel 25k volt feeds direct from two separate Duke Energy substations. Building 8 is currently operated on a contract basis by Johnson Controls which provides the facility operations management for the North Campus. 

Building 9*

Drug Safety Laboratory

Space Type: Lab (able to be converted to office*)

Size: 100,145 RSF

Building 9 is connected to Building 6 and Building 11. This laboratory building is four-stories, Class B, reinforced concrete frame construction and contains mostly animal laboratory space. The floors are mostly epoxy terrazzo. All of the laboratory spaces are serviced with once-through HVAC.

Total Floors: 5 above grade

Utilities: Steam, Chilled Water, RO Water, Utility and Backup Power, UPS Power, Hot and Cold Domestic Water, Sanitary Sewer, Lab Waste Neutralization

Building 14

Sales Training Center

Space Type: Office

Size: 62,490 RSF

Current Occupancy: 100% leased to GlaxoSmithKline

FACILITY DESCRIPTION: The Sales Training Center, (Robert Ingram Training Center) is a two story facility located on the west side of Moore Drive. The facility is comprised of the following three major functional areas:

  1. TRAINING AND ROLE PLAY FACILITIES – Included five (5) classrooms with state-of-the-art audiovisual capabilities, one (1) computer laboratory, thirteen (13) break-out rooms, and eight (8) role-play rooms. Within the training and role-play facilities are restrooms, telephone booths, and refreshment break areas and pantries, furniture storage rooms and a service elevator.

  2. ADMINISTRATIVE AREA – Includes twenty-six (26) private enclosed offices, twenty-four (24) support staff open-office workstations, a lobby/reception area, file rooms, copy rooms and record storage rooms.

  3. FOOD AND BUILDING SERVICE AREAS – Includes a kitchen, 110 person dining room, a dining terrace, mechanical, electrical and utility rooms, loading dock with a receiving office

Building 15

Scale-Up Laboratory

Space Type: Lab

Size: 47,378 RSF

Operational Lab Space; Three-Stories; synthetic chemistry labs with walk-in fume hoods

Building 15 is a two to four-story laboratory and office building. It is a Class A, steel frame building that was built for use as a scale-up lab. This building has operational laboratory space on the two-story side but the four story side was never completed. This side was to be utilized for scale-up production and was never built-out. This portion of the building is in shell condition. 

Parmer RTP Campus Amenity located at Building 15: State-of-the-art fitness facilities, including men and women’s locker rooms, rock climbing wall, and slide will be coming soon!

Nodes 1 & 2

Nodes 1 & 2

Space Type: Office

Node 1 Size: 28,865 RSF

Node 2 Size: 30,884 RSF

Four-Story building “connectors” with multi-use functional space (offices, conference facilities and break areas to support the lab buildings)

The nodes are similar construction as the adjoining buildings.