Nike founder Phil Knight pledged $500 million to revolutionize cancer detection and treatment and build this new, 260,000-square-foot research building with wet labs, a vivarium, collaboration space, and spaces for conferencing, retail, and food service.
Related is removing human and environmental toxins from its luxury apartments and condominiums. For this 47-unit building fronting the Hudson River, Brightworks is helping implement the program by specifying and reviewing proposed interior materials.
Pursuing LEED v4 certification, Caltech’s renovated Thomas Laboratory will offer state-of-the-art research and teaching space for the mechanical and civil engineering and engineering and applied science departments.
As Facebook replaces conventional toxic materials with healthy and sustainable materials, Brightworks is helping implement the program in its new Iowa data center and new Menlo Park corporate headquarters.