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Aaron Lazare Research Center
UMass Medical School

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Project Type: Research


Mike Bush served as the lead design principal for the Lazare Research Center, a 360,000 square foot facility that is located on the quadrangle of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center Campus in Worcester.  This project began with a master planning process of the entire campus to insure that the zoning and future development opportunities were understood and the proposed research building was contextually sited.  As a result, the Lazare Research Center massing establishes the western edge of the developing quadrangle and serves as a vehicular gateway to the campus.


Great attention to detail was one of the hallmarks of this project, including movable casework in the laboratories, warm interior finishes, and a masonry and curtainwall exterior expression that all work to reinforce the image of the Medical School.


The scope of this project includes:


  • Highly flexible and repetitive Laboratory Spaces
  • Linear Equipment Corridors
  • Enclosed and Open Staff Work Areas
  • 60,000 sf Vivarium with interstitial floor
  • Atria Interaction Areas
  • Public Food Service and Dining Areas
  • Faculty Lounge and Exterior Terrace
  • Enclosed Bridge Connections to adjacent parking garage