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Seeking to build a new consolidated campus, a North Shore life science company is tackling the question of how to design power-hungry lab buildings with minimal fossil fuel consumption.

At an abandoned quarry in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Cell Signaling Technology plans to tap into the underground terrain for a geothermal heating and cooling system for its proposed 250,000-square-foot development.

CST hired Boston-based architects HGA to design the two-building office-lab development, whose creation has been driven by CST CEO Michael Comb’s determination to demonstrate the company’s environmental commitment through a sustainable real estate development.

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The B&T Daily: April 16, 2024

by Cassidy Norton time to read: 1 min