The Randall B. Terry, Jr. Companion Animal Veterinary Medical Center ushers in a new era in veterinary medicine at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Raleigh.
Known as the Terry Center, the 110,000 sf facility is one of the nation’s largest vet hospitals and is more than twice the size of the original Small Animal Veterinary Teaching Hospital. More than 100,000 sf of Pac-Clad steel and aluminum panels in a variety of systems and profiles were utilized on the project.
Design for the project was provided by Atlanta-based FWAJDB Architects in conjunction with architect of record Small Kane Webster Conley Architects, Raleigh. Beginning with a new master plan for the entire biomedical campus, the project team took an approach that was sensitive to the landscape and unique elements, which made up the campus.
More than 100,000 sf steel and aluminum panels in a variety of systems and profiles were utilized on the project.