Coram Construction built the highly technical 68,000 sf facility in Charlotte, North Carolina for Stergenics a global leader in sterilization services.
A sixty-eight thousand square foot facility including shipping, receiving and two gamma cell areas for nuclear sterilization. Each gamma cell area has a stainless steel lined pit which extends thirty feet below the finished floor. The building also has several concrete maze walls and elevated slabs which are six feet thick to help contain the cobalt radiation used to sterilize medical supplies. The project won the President’s Award in the 1994 Architectural Brick Design Awards competition and a Merit Award from the Construction and Specifications Institute.
What Our Clients Say
Both the General Contractor, J.G. Coram Company, and the masonry contractor did an excellent job…and they deserve recognition for their accomplishments.Dennis Hall