The Spectrum Design team brings a high level of experience and an interactive planning approach to this unique project.” – Leigh LaClair, Director of University Design and Construction for Virginia Tech.
Virginia Tech Kentland Farms
Kentland Farms, part of Virginia Tech’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, includes the design of three new buildings for dairy science research in metabolism and reproduction and Virginia Tech’s bovine extension and research programs. The planning process included extensive input from faculty at Virginia Tech’s agricultural program as well as from the College of Veterinary Medicine. The curriculum and research programs for the facilities will are built around environmental concerns, sustainable agriculture, natural resources, and improved efficiencies. The program supports the research, instruction, and outreach missions of the University and will begin construction in 2017.