A.J. Adam served as MEP Engineer sub-consultant for this project which totally renovated four research laboratory spaces and three offices, plus converted a storage space into a cold storage room, comprising 2500 SF on three floors in a single building at a major university. The project included adding two DX split system supplemental cooling systems, an exhaust fan and three exhaust air terminal units, fume hoods, and a walk-in cooler with associated evaporator and condenser units. An air compressor was provided, and multiple specialty gas lines installed to serve two new mass spectrometer units. Special alarms, plus safety cabinets with integral sprinklers and exhaust systems were provided for the storage of carbon monoxide and other dangerous gasses. Plumbing was completely replaced in the laboratories, including lab waste, lab vent, natural gas, compressed air, and vacuum. Lighting was replaced with LED, ductwork reconfigured including replacing seven air terminal units, and all power distribution and data replaced. Fire sprinklers, along with associated sprinkler mains and associated zone controls, were provided for the first time for all seven spaces.