Lexington, MA — Callahan Construction Managers, a full-service construction management company, announced a significant milestone at Revolution Labs, a new state-of-the-art life sciences lab development in Lexington, MA.
The project has officially topped off with the on-site garage, and this achievement was celebrated on Monday, September 13th at the site. Callahan is working alongside developer Greatland Realty Partners, architect SGA and Iron Workers Local 7 on the project, and all partners attended the topping off.
Located at 1050 Waltham Street in Lexington, MA, Revolution Labs will be a 180,000 SF office and lab building with a 442-space standalone precast garage. The project will host best-in-class amenity spaces, including covered parking with a solar canopy and 10 electric vehicle charging stations, with capacity for more, shuttle service to the nearby Alewife MBTA station, an onsite café, fitness center, bike share, bike storage, lockers and showers, lounge areas and meeting space, an amenity deck with a fire pit, sport court, and a connection to more than four miles of nature trails along the Western Greenway. The building will also include state-of-the-art, lab ready infrastructure and is targeting LEED Gold and WELL building certifications.
“We are honored to play a role in the continued growth of the thriving life sciences market in Massachusetts in collaboration with such valued partners,” said Patrick Callahan, President of Callahan Construction Managers. “The topping off of the garage at Revolution Labs is an important milestone as we look forward to bringing this dynamic project to the finish line.”
Revolution Labs is just the latest of a slew of life sciences projects in Callahan’s portfolio within the Greater Boston suburbs and construction is currently underway at 300 3rd Ave in Waltham, MA. Revolution Labs is available for lease to leading life sciences companies and is on track to be ready for occupancy in the fourth quarter of 2022.