“This is a perfect example of what we can accomplish when government, business, producers and the general public work as a unified team for a better ND...The design of the Center has far exceeded our expectations.”- Randy Melhoff, Director
NDSU Langdon Research Center Langdon, North Dakota
The NDSU Vic Sturlaugson Research Center contains six offices for researchers, a library and conference room, employee break room, a large meeting room to accommodate up to 180 local farmers at one time, a working/teaching kitchen and a computer lab with 20 individual stations. The facility is heavily used by the Langdon Community. The conference room is wired to link to the NDSU teleconference system. The structure is designed to fit the agricultural context.
The Vic Sturlaugson Research Center uses solar siting for optimized daylighting and energy use.