FPD Portfolios

Centerpark Labs Campus Amenities

Centerpark Campus Amenities

Centerpark Labs is a vibrant life science campus designed to foster connections and innovation among scientists and researchers. FPBA and HGA teamed up with Longfellow Real Estate Partners to carry out the project in multiple phases. The campus consists of 200,000 square feet of conversions and renovations across nine existing buildings. The team designed exterior… Read more »

SDSU Mission Valley Innovation District Phase 1

Aerial rendering of SDSU Mission Valley Innovation District

The SDSU Mission Valley Innovation District, master planned for 1.6 million square feet, will enable the university and its partners to help people expand their livelihoods, create new career pathways, expand the region’s capabilities, and design new solutions to important problems facing the community and the world. FPBA, alongside LPC West, was selected to deliver… Read more »

iBio, Inc.

iBio Lab Office

iBio, Inc is an AI-driven biotech company and a leader in epitope-steered antibody discovery. The company is tackling complex and challenging therapeutic targets, with the goal of developing safer and more effective immunotherapies. They envision a world where drug discovery is not left to chance but guided by artificial intelligence to make drug development smarter,… Read more »

Scripps Research Gnotobiotic Suite

Scripps Research Gnotobiotic Facility

Scripps Research advances scientific understanding, educates the scientists of tomorrow and impacts human health across the globe. Its researchers lead breakthrough studies that address the world’s most pressing health concerns. FPBA provided schematic design through construction administration for a gnotobiotic suite including a BSL-2 room and clean protocol for entry. The existing space was originally… Read more »

Create Capital Redevelopment

FPBA partnered with Create Capital Partners, a San Diego-based real estate investor, to reposition an office building in Sorrento Mesa for life science. The 20,000-square-foot speculative suite with a 50/50 lab-to-office ratio includes a main lab and support rooms, open and private office space, conference rooms and a break room. The space maximizes glass for… Read more »

Juno Diagnostics

Juno Diagnostics is a biotechnology company that develops accessible and affordable prenatal screening tests. The company leased space at Longfellow Real Estate’s SOVA Science District campus to expand their testing capabilities. FPBA had previously designed speculative lab-office improvements for Longfellow. When Juno leased the suite, FPBA worked with them to customize the design to their… Read more »

Debut Biotech

Debut Biotech is dedicated to unlocking natural ingredients through sustainable, cell-free biomanufacturing. After raising more than $22 million in financing, the company set out to scale up and commercialize the ingredients it develops by expanding its footprint in San Diego. FPBA worked with developer Longfellow Real Estate and Debut to design a lab-office suite that… Read more »

Prometheus Biosciences

Prometheus Biosciences breakroom looking toward lab

Prometheus Biosciences is focused on discovering and developing novel therapeutics and companion diagnostic products for the treatment of immune-mediated diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). After going public and doubling in staff, Prometheus relocated from Sorrento Mesa to the Muse at Torrey Pines campus to allow for continued growth. FPBA worked with Prometheus to… Read more »

Watkins Wellness Breakroom Upgrades

Watkins Wellness breakroom

Watkins Wellness is the world’s leading manufacturer of hot tubs and aquatic fitness products. FPBA has worked with the company to refresh its existing facility in Vista through several phases of tenant improvements. After renovating lab, office and showroom areas in a first phase of work, the team brought the new design standard to three… Read more »

FPBA San Diego Office

FPBA reception

FPBA embarked on a refresh of its own office to create an environment that would reflect the design capabilities of the firm, promote activity-based working, and house many types of meetings and events. The design team explored several options to reconfigure the existing space, which previously housed staff workstations on the second and third floors… Read more »