New university labs expand veterinary research
Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will soon open new facilities for its infectious disease research and diagnostic programs. Planned at approximately 60,000 to 65,000 gsf, the phase I building, designed by ZGF Architects, Seattle, includes three research laboratories for 12 to 18 principal investigators. A phase II building, planned for 75,000 gsf, includes labs for large and small animal necropsy, as well as administrative space and offices for faculty, DVM residents, and staff.
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