Arnold and Mabel Beckman Research Center

City of Hope

Project Description

The five-story, self-contained, and integrated facility provides space for graduate student studies in cancer research. The areas of research include: laboratories for research and development of immune system-based cancer therapies; the Harvey L. Miller Family Foundation Translational Technologies Center (which includes T-cell production areas to manufacture immunotherapies on site for patient treatment); a radio pharmacy for diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicines; and the Cabilly-Riggs Academic Center, home to City of Hope’s Irell & Manella Graduate School of Biological Sciences.


Location: Duarte, California

Size: 119,000 SF

Status: Complete

Services: Total Building Commissioning including laboratory systems

Features: Five-Story Building,Cellular Immunotherapy Laboratory, Radio Immunotherapy Laboratory, Molecular Immunotherapy Laboratory, Radio Pharmacy Research, Cellular-based & Imaging-based Research, Vibration Sensitive Laboratories