STEM-Related Facilities are essential for schools at all levels to provide training in science, technology, engineering and math.  Triumph has extensive experience creating labs, innovation spaces, play spaces, and art facilities to encourage this type of learning.  Most notably, Triumph has consulted on the creation of Harvard’s Paliuca Life Lab — a 15,000 square foot building with specialized equipment and venting for biotechnology research.  Wellesley College turned to Triumph to create a temporary Science Center which features testing equipment and vivarium for studying animal behavior and biology.  For earlier education — middle and secondary schools — Triumph developed the Modular Makerspace which is designed with a flexible floorplan and storage to support project-based teaching methods.