Garmann Miller designed a renovation for a suite of rooms in Lazenby Hall for research on how physical activity impacts the brain in regard to memory and attention. Vacant office space was converted to a research and testing facility, including testing rooms, offices, and collaboration and demonstration space. The design responds to the users’ desire for shared natural light and a sports/industrial theme. The scope of design work included coordination with the University’s furnishings vendor, as well as with the University’s abatement contractor. This project was designed in BIM.