Posted on January 01, 2010
Patterson Architects designed the 7,000 square foot facility to house the Drive-In Environmental Research Chamber, the largest of its kind in the country. The facility consists of a temperature- and humidity-controlled, 75-by-22-by-22-foot chamber housed in a building that also contains a conference room, offices, control room and vehicle preparation area. It's large enough that an 18-wheeler with trailer or a bus can easily drive into the facility. Design/Build With Quad-tex Construction.