Built in the early 1900s, the original buildings in Kirkby were no longer compliant with current codes, and the owner had outgrown the space.   Energy was commissioned to evaluate the space requirements and provide a solution that kept operations running while construction was underway.  A new centralized mechanical system and monitoring system were installed to ensure adequate ventilation and monitor indoor air quality due to the toxic fumes from the various laboratories including a large scale H2S lab.  Bulk gas tanks were added outside the building for the new manifolded piping system.