George P. and Cynthia W. Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Astronomy, Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas

Profile: The two adjoining buildings were designed to keep Texas A&M University in the forefront of fundamental physics and astronomy. Special attention was directed toward creating an integrated environment for research and teaching. The principal teaching auditorium is a circular-shaped space with a 110-foot radius set between the two wings. The 468-seat auditorium can be physically divided and acoustically separated into three separate section, allowing for diverse usage.

 

Services: DataCom Design Group provided all the low-voltage design for the building complex, including information technology; both wired and wireless. The DataCom Design Group's effort also included audiovisual, security, CATV, and OSP, as well as acoustics.

 

Type: New Construction    Size: 197,000 SF    Cost: $57 Million