LSU – Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab

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Project Detailsx

Client:State of Louisiana, Facility Planning and Control
Architect:Tipton Associates and Foil Wyatt Architects, A Joint Venture
Location:1901 Skip Bertman Dr.,
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Year Completed:Sep 2013

Project Overviewx

The project for the Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (LADDL) consists of a two-story steel and concrete structure building; a new expansion to the existing mechanical room; and relocation of the existing sewer left the station. The facility provides full diagnostic services, including pathology, histopathology, microbiology, virology, serology, electron microscopy, and toxicology. The total gross-square-footage is 58,150. The project has a driven pile foundation structure, an open crawl space system with a seepage drainage system, a digester, and the relocation of the existing sewer lift station wet well.