Gross Square Footage: 130,000
Date of Completion: Opened January 6, 2011
LEED Status: Under USGBC Review for LEED Silver
Designer: Small, Kane, Webster Conley + Jova Daniels Busby + Foil Wyatt (Architects), RMF (Engineers)
Web Site: www.cvm.ncsu.edu/terrycenter
Purpose of Project: The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has initiated a multi-year project to build the Randall B. Terry, Jr. Companion Animal Veterinary Medical Center. When completed in 2011, the 110,000 square-foot Terry Center is expected to a national model for excellence in companion animal medicine. The Terry Center will offer cutting-edge technologies for imaging, cardiac care, cancer treatments, internal medicine, and surgery; will more than double the size of the current companion animal hospital; and will help accommodate the more than 20,000 cases referred to the CVM each year.
Sustainability Strategy: The sustainable features of the building include: building on a previously developed site, exceeding open space requirements, achieving 40% interior water use reduction, utilizing environmentally preferable refrigerants, and ensuring that at least 75% of construction waste was recycled.