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Animal Disease Biotechnology Facility, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
 
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Animal Disease Biotechnology Facility
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington
This research facility was constructed to investigate disease mechanisms at the cellular and molecular levels by the College of Veterinary Medicine and USDA scientists.
The 86,000-square-foot facility is closely integrated with the existing Bustad Hall research facility and veterinary teaching hospital completed in 1996. The facility includes over 50 labs and supporting spaces, including a vivarium with 20 animal rooms, a technology transfer unit, environmentally controlled rooms, chemical and radiation waste handling spaces, and over 80 offices and supporting administrative spaces.
Awards
2001 Robert Fraser Excellence in Masonry Design Award, Masonry Industry Promotion Group
2000 Award of Merit, AIA Spokane
1994 First Place, Rendered Image, AUTODESK