This space is utilized for research in Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD. The researcher requested two testing rooms; one for general testing and the other for Psychophysiological testing. Both test rooms required a certain level of sound attenuation; however, the “Psychophys” test room needed to have a high level of sound proofing and a camera to monitor test subjects. Each room is approximately 62 square feet and will require a sleeve at around 18” above the finished floor to pass through cabling for Biopac Signals & Physiological measurements equipment, softer lighting, a computer and monitor and comfortable seating. A small workstation outside the testing rooms includes two computers/ monitors and racks for the lab equipment. The researcher requested a meeting space similar in size and style to the Wagner Lab, two offices that will be shared by four grad students similar in style to the Golomb and Leibert labs. An open general area accommodates 3-4 undergrads, printer/copier and dry erase wall covering or paint in designated areas to provide a more flexible, interactive collaboration space. The HVAC system was evaluated and reconfigured as necessary, plumbing was reworked and all necessary data and electric was provided. This project was designed in BIM. Although the research suite is internal to the building, the design incorporated clerestory windows to the corridors to provide shared light and a sense of the outside. Sliding glass partitions are used to provide all spaces with access to the shared light.