A former flag factory in Watertown has been transformed into life science lab space. The former New England Flag and Banner building at 165 Dexter Ave. has been renovated and prepared for life science labs. The following information was provided by Ebbrell Architecture + Design:
Enticed by an open floor plan flooded with natural light, executives at startup Via Separations knew they found the perfect home in a former Watertown flag factory. Massachusetts-based Ebbrell Architecture + Design, a certified Woman-owned Business Enterprise, worked closely with Via Separations in rolling out a phased plan for the new headquarters, complete with a state-of-the-art wet lab that houses eight fume hoods — six benchtops and two walk-ins — as well as extensive prototyping space for the company’s revolutionary membrane filtration research.