Comments made as I read.
Things I noticed in the first 30-ish seconds of reading/skimming:
- You've got some unnecessary words. An example is "is to be locked inside of a standard containment cell". I don't think containment cells are ever specified unless something is kept inside. Something like "SCP-XXXX is kept in a standard security […]" cuts out some of the fluff.
- Ditto above statement with "The blast door leading to the cell is to be replaced with a regular heavy duty slam lock door." Just say it needs to have a heavy-duty slam-lock door. No need to specify what there was originally/what doesn't need to happen.
- Generally, the number (#) numeration is generally used for extreme precision measurements that can be fatal if misinterpreted, like drug prescriptions. You don't need to do that when you're counting two personnel.
- The last sentence is a little unwieldy. Is the company required for just the moment of access? You can phrase it better with two sentences.
- Please provide metric measurements. Inches are not metric.
- I don't think "transmogrify" is a word that would be used by a professional scientist. Google tells me that it implies magic.
- Only use "it's" when you can replace the word with "it is".
- I don't really understand the "when it is used on" phrasing. Does hitting something with the wrench count as "using it on something"?
- Not sure if you mean sapient over sentient.
- I really don't buy the "any memories stored on the computer prior to transformation will remain intact" bit. How would anyone be able to determine this? Did they just ask the new organic construct to spit out strings of code that they would apparently remember?
Overall, I dunno. I'm by no means a mechanic, but the way this is set up seems too overly simplified to maintain my suspension of disbelief. I feel like there's a fragment of a good idea here, but it's been done by existing SCP objects that are essentially machines with organic components or behaviors, like SCP-1850.
Consider making the effects more specific and directional. You've currently got what amounts to infinite possibilities for variants of your SCP-XXXX-01, and that's just going to overwhelm a reader.
Also, how often do people use wrenches of that size on computers?