The Research Place Building is a three story, 44,000 square foot, office and electronics manufacturing building that was built for Tektronixs Corporation and Designed by Richard Griffin in 2000. Since that time, it was converted for medical office use. The building was a steel, moment framed building, enabling large partitionfree expanses in open floor plans. A water source heat pump system was installed that facilitated simultaneous heating and cooling to different zones in the building, due to varying climate demands and the need to counter certain point source heat loads. A two story glass entryway provided a pleasant, well daylit, greeting to visitors and tenants, while a discreet loading dock in the rear provided ample area for shipping and receiving. Construction cost in 2000 was approximately $4,000,000.
Principal-in-charge: Richard Griffin, AIA
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