Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Pasadena, CA

Managed for NASA by the California Institute of Technology, JPL is the leading U.S. center for robotic exploration of the solar system. SWA Architects has worked on a variety of projects on the JPL campus, including:

  • Frequency Standards Laboratory
    The project includes a laboratory, which is a class 100,000 clean room, laboratory space, offices and conference room.
  • MMIC Testing and Development Facility
    The facility includes a Class 10,000 cleanroom, materials development and testing laboratory, support offices, accessible restrooms and conference area. Additional design issues include vibration and noise isolation, RF shielding, and power/ground conditioning.
  • Cafeteria Remodel
  • Center of Operations for Information Technologies and Software Systems Expansion
    The additional laboratory space helps support high-end and supercomputing operation systems at JPL. The laboratory space has raised flooring, secured access, supplemental cooling, uninterruptible power supply, and a power distribution unit.
  • Building 298, Laboratory Addition
  • Building 264, New MER Mission Control Center
  • Building 126 Office Addition
  • Inflatable Structures and Solar Sails Development Facility