Medpace Corporate Campus – Garage
Corporate Headquarters – Office – Research – Garage
- Building 100, 132,000 sf 4-story office
- Building 200, 140,000 sf 4-story office & lab
- Building 300, 60,000 sf 2-story clinical research
- Building 700, conversion of existing factory into 2-story parking garage
- 16.5 acre campus
- Sustainable Features
– High-energy performance glass
– Use of recycled steel and concrete
– White membrane roof to reduce heat gain
– Occupancy sensors for lights
– Water efficient restrooms
– Preferred parking for fuel-efficient vehicles
Growing Clinical Research Company Reclaims Old Industrial Site to Create a Sustainable Corporate Campus
Medpace Inc., a global provider of clinical research for pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients, is among the fastest growing companies in Greater Cincinnati. After a national search for a new global headquarters, the company chose a site on Red Bank Road for a state of the art corporate campus with up to 350,000 square feet of office space.
The site was formerly occupied by NuTone, which manufactured residential products – including door chimes – there until 2007. In October 2010, Al. Neyer completed the first building for the campus – a 132,000 square foot global headquarters on four floors that achieved LEED certification. More than 600 Medpace employees are based there. Medpace received state and local job creation tax credits, as well as a City of Cincinnati Community Reinvestment Area LEED tax abatement to build in accordance with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards.
Al. Neyer has also finished 200,000 square feet of new office, lab and clinical space at the 30-acre site in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Madisonville. As well as providing green design-build construction services, Al. Neyer provided development expertise for initial site development, including planning for future roadwork and utilities.
“Building a state-of-the-art facility will
support long-term Medpace growth and define our corporate presence in
Cincinnati. It has been rewarding to
reclaim a former industrial site for the
benefit of the surrounding community.”
August Troendle, President & CEO