• The Boston Life-Science Spector

    Posted on November 5, 2015 by North Shore Mechanical in Life Science Project, News, Recent Projects.

    In the recent years many life-science companies have been making their way to the Boston-Cambridge market, leasing out small lab spaces or spending hundreds of millions of dollars on new research facilities and headquarters. Our Danvers, MA based mechanical design and installation company fits well with this growing market because of our close proximity to Boston.

    The Boston area is home to some of the best players in the life science league. Just this past year, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute was ranked as the top cancer center in New England for adults – Brigham and Women’s Hospital and No. 1 in the nation for children – Boston Children’s Hospital). It is no secret to the life science world the talent and funding that comes from this area!

    In addition to the facilities available in the Boston area, the Ivy league schools are attracting some of the world’s brightest young minds. Well-known institutions like Harvard University and MIT are located in Cambridge while Tufts University is close by in Somerville. Boston University lies immediately across the Charles River in its namesake city and their rival, Boston College, is just a green line ride away.

    The medical and dental schools at Harvard, Tufts and BU are affiliated with a combined seven teaching hospitals in Boston giving these students the best resources in the life-science hub! It doesn’t stop there, these teaching hospitals are receiving funds from big names including; National Institutes of Health, with the Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center ranking first, second and third in the country, respectively, in NIH hospital-research funding last year.

    Our company’s knowledge and understanding of the specialized plumbing and piping systems in life sciences facilities has helped and continues to help biopharm companies stay up and running—and get back to operations fast in the event of an emergency. For more information about our life-science projects, contact us today!

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