Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Toxicology Research Center
The new Toxicology/Pathology Research Center at the College of William and Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) was designed to bring together scientists involved in researching the effects of pollution on the Chesapeake Bay’s sensitive ecosystem. Conceived as a cutting edge research facility, the Center is a 3-story, 65,000 sf facility containing research laboratories, offices and support spaces. Industry specific features include: sublevel specimen and chemical storage area, fume hoods, epoxy tops and bio-safety cabinets, custom Buffalo air handling unit, and stainless steel exhaust stacks.
Architects: Rancorn Wildman Architects | Owner: The College of William and Mary | Location: Richmond, VA