Patterson Architects designed the 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. Designed for TAS Compliance and the International Building Code 2003 edition. Provided shop drawing reviews and approvals, site visits weekly, and submitted RFI's and ASI's as required. Design/Build With Quad-tex Construction.
“The Patterson project team was comprised of outstanding professionals that consistently proved to be professional, knowledgeable creative, effective, and efficient; always going above and beyond to ensure quality products and processes.” - Holly Crenshaw, TTI