AV Hill Building

The AV Hill Building collates staff from a number of disparate locations. Therefore, an important primary objective was to remove the physical barriers to collaboration, create a co-working space, and provide an environment that is conducive to productivity.

From its inception, the AV Hill project needed to meet a number of critical objectives. This included creating a building that was flexible in its layout, increasing interaction between user groups, and permitting future changes within the laboratory that would respond to scientific advancement.

“I have heard nothing but praise from my colleagues for their new working environment. This is direct testimony to the vision and guidance of colleagues at Wilson Mason who have achieved such success. In short, the building has changed the lives of many of us.” Andrew Loudon, AV Hill Building Sponsor and Beyer Professor of Animal Biology.