By Blanca Torres
San Francisco Business Times
March 3, 2014
When it comes to making babies in a lab, air quality is key. So, in designing a new facility, executives from the Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area in San Ramon focused on building out a space that would not only accommodate a growing practice, but also house a sophisticated air purification system for the lab.
The center recently moved into a 16,500-square-foot space at 100 Park Place in San Ramon after a $4.2 million-build out. The contractor on the project was Envision Construction and the architect was Patrick O’Brien from Rynerson & O’Brien.