Virginia Tech – Virginia Bioinformatics Institute Addition

The Virginia Bioinformatics Institute is a research institute dedicated to the study of biological sciences.  Researchers at the institute develop genomic, proteomic and bioinformatic tools that can be applied to the study of infectious diseases as well as the discovery of new vaccine, drug and diagnostic targets. The scope of the Phase III Addition to the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute Building on the Virginia Tech campus includes a $600,000.00 design to budget for technology systems to include telecommunications cabling systems with associated supporting infrastructure, audiovisual systems with associated supporting infrastructure, multi zone overhead paging system, and acoustics, noise & vibration control.  Space plans for the building include: multipurpose rooms, conference rooms, video conferencing rooms, and informal meeting spaces.  Specified systems include: digital audio/video capture with streaming capabilities to the Local Area Network (LAN), video conferencing, audiovisual presentation, program/speech audio reinforcement, overhead paging system and custom presenters’ lecterns. Project highlights include the design of power walls that function as whiteboards and are able to be digitally captured by an array of Internet Protocol (IP) addressable cameras. Additional project responsibilities include recommendations for room shaping and finishes for all acoustically sensitive spaces within the buildings. This project is currently in the Construction Administration phase.
Architect: Perkins + Will
Location: Blacksburg, Virginia
Construction Cost:
 $20 Million
Project Size: 50,000 gsf
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