Water laboratory

McCarthy Water Lab Collaborative


McCarthy is committed to continually bringing better innovations to our clients and the communities we serve. Because of the important work being done in research laboratories around the country, McCarthy’s water and lab construction teams launched a collaborative initiative to provide solutions that are taking sustainability to new levels. 

Recently Implemented Advanced Innovations

  • Complex Light and Water Harvesting
  • Sustainable Water Reuse and Stormwater Management Systems
  • Water Sampling Systems for Usage and Quality Monitoring
  • Expansive Rainwater and Air Handler Condensate Systems
  • Specialized Water Purification Systems for Indirect Potable Reuse

The positive impact of our collaborative initiative has been seen with several key projects, including the Georgia Tech University Engineered Biosystems Building, which opened in May 2015 and realized our teams' solutions in most of the above-mentioned areas of innovation. Or, the renowned Craig J. Venter Institute in La Jolla, California where our rainwater condensate collection for non-potable water within the building reduced the building’s domestic water demand by 70%. 

Solutions that Go Further

Our efforts to combine expertise for on-going advancements in lab and water construction have also evolved in various other critical areas, aimed to help our clients achieve their project goals and support a sustainable environment. Examples range from:

  • Addressing the technical challenges of using both domestic and industrial wastewater
  • Undertaking unique and creative sustainable solutions
  • Efficient coordination with multiple end users
  • Community and stakeholder communication and coordination when facilities are located near a residential area    

We’re Invested in the Future

We’re invested in developing sustainable advancements for communities around the nation. 

Our collaborative initiative is succeeding. Our teams have helped build lab and water treatment projects that deliver sustainable solutions and support today’s community needs and will continue to deliver well into the future. 

Recently completed water projects:


Mike Gonzalez

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