This building is transformative for teaching science on this campus.
Jacobs Science Building
Enriching Student Life with Energy Efficiency
The modern, highly efficient North Dakota State University Veterinary Diagnostics Lab was designed to provide the university and surrounding areas with the resources to support veterinary science research and advancement. The new facility offers expanded laboratory and office space and features significant layout enhancements for safety and efficiency.
The laboratory contains top-of-the-line technology and equipment and provides testing and diagnostic services for veterinarians, animal owners and producers, and the public health sector. The facility offers toxicology, bacteriology, virology, molecular diagnostic, clinical and anatomic pathology, parasitology, and serology testing services. It also contains a 2-ton capacity crane and incinerator to aid the staff in moving and disposing of large specimens. The laboratory is fully accredited by the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians.
CMTA provided mechanical and fire protection engineering services and designed a geothermal system for heating and cooling to aid in energy and carbon reduction and lower operating costs.