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OSU Physics Building

Columbus, OH

Architectural team member responsible for the forensic review of building envelope details relative to façade leaks and to provide report of findings.

forensic review for OSU Physics BuildingColumbus, OH



Project Description

The Department of Physics at the Ohio State University is one of the university's largest and most diverse departments. As a department in the division of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, the Department of Physics occupies the recently built Physics Research Building as well as instructional and advising space in Smith Laboratory, the former home of the department. The department currently has 54 faculty and approximately 60 postdoctoral researchers and research scientists, 190 graduate students, and 320 undergraduate majors.

Three Centers reside in the Physics Research Building: The Center for Cosmology and Astro-Particle Physics, the Center for Electronic/Magnetic Nanoscale Composite Multifunctional Materials, and the Center for Emergent Materials (NSF - Materials Research Science and Engineering Center)



Project Involvement

Architectural team member responsible for the forensic review of building envelope details relative to façade leaks and to provide report of findings.

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