Utah State University Space Dynamics Lab Phase I & II

Phase-II (2019) is essentially a mirror-image of the Phase-I building we completed in 2017.  There are a few minor floor plan changes, including an auditorium with AV presentation equipment. The two 73,528+ square foot USU Research Foundation facilities are located in the Research Park in North Logan.  These three-story facilities consist primarily of lab space constructed to SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) standards with SCIF offices and conference rooms to support the lab space.  The remaining spaces in the buildings are non-SCIF construction and consist of general office, administrative and mechanical areas.  These buildings, while located away from the main USU campus, are being constructed to DFCM and USU standards.  The buildings are electrically intensive in order to meet the SCIF and end user requirements.  There is a high-level of workmanship required, as SCIF standards dictate that electrical components are surface mounted and visible for inspection.