Science & Technology facilities are essential to the protection of public health and safety and vital to support the investigation of new scientific discoveries. These facilities must be adaptable to meet the growing demands of changing scientific research processes while minimizing energy and utility usage to meet sustainability standards. These facilities require very specific engineering modifications to accommodate science and technology operations. In these buildings, a controlled setting is necessary to conduct successful experiments. AHA’s engineers specialize in engineering systems that are needed to create environments conducive to research and scientific discovery. The firm’s experience includes laboratories, research centers, and data centers. Their clients rely on them to develop uncomplicated, reliable and cost effective solutions that support building requirements, meet regulatory standards and minimize the impact to the natural environment.

Market Experts:

Kevin Jensen, PE, CEA

Managing Partner
Lexington, MA

Thomas Joyner

Director of Operations
Cambridge, MA

William Freeman, PE,

Director of Science and Technology
Atlanta, GA
  • Lab / Office Core & Shell
  • Lab / Office Tenant Interior Improvments
  • Animal Care Facilities/Vivarium
  • BSL3 Facilities (incubator space)
  • cGMP Facilities
  • University Research Parks
  • Medical Device Facilities
  • High Tech R&D
  • Alexion Pharmaceuticals
  • Altea Therapeutics
  • Arizona Chemical
  • BioMed Realty
  • CSI Laboratories
  • Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Dartmouth College
  • Eli Lilly
  • Genetics Institute
  • Harvard University
  • Kemira
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Momenta Pharmaceuticals
  • New England BioLabs
  • Novelis
  • Pfizer
  • Vertex Pharmaceuticals