FDA CAMPUS, SAN JUAN

PROJECT AT A GLANCE

Location

San Juan, PR

Architect

DDD Architecture, PSC

Project Type

New Construction

Market

Pharma/Healthcare, State/Federal

Project Size

11,500 sq ft.

Service

Architecture/Engineering Services, Construction (GC), Design-Build

Project Overview

  • Turnkey design-build contract.

  • Scope of Work includes the full design and construction of the new annex building, commissioning, site work, and landscaping.

  • Work included demolition and remodeling of rooms inside the existing Building 12 Andres Toro.

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) operates an Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA) office and laboratory complex located on San Juan Bay in San Juan, Puerto Rico. A new proposed District Office building (Toro 2 Annex) is needed to decompress the existing Building 1 lab by relocating the District Office staff to the new Toro 2 Annex office building. This will free up space to meet future lab-supporting space requirements within Building 1, as well as consolidate office branch functions into a cohesive building. The new two-story, 11,000 square-foot annex will physically connect the new District Office to the Investigations Branch within the existing Toro Building via a corridor.

 

This project is a turnkey design-build contract. The scope of the project includes the full design and construction of the new annex building, commissioning, site work, and landscaping. In addition to the new building construction, work includes demolition and remodeling of rooms inside the existing Building 12 Andres Toro.

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