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VIMS building dedication

Thursday saw the dedication of the new Davis Hall building at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. The 32,000-square-foot space will provide a centralized upgraded research facility and new offices for employees of multiple departments. It is the first LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building on the Gloucester Point campus. This certification is given by the United States Green Building Council and recognizes environmentally sustainable designs. At left, the dedication of Davis Hall was preceded by the dedication of the Owens-Bryant Board Room. Above, Bonnie P. Bryant (front left) and Carroll Owens (front center) cut the ribbon, officially opening the new space. Also taking part in the ceremony were William and Mary president Taylor Reveley (not pictured) and VIMS Dean and Director John Wells (back right). Photos by Peter J. Teagle   ...

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