- Client:Federal Aviation Administration
- Location:Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
CAMI houses the world class, state-of-the-art, destination lab that supports the National Transportation Safety Board. The Forensic Toxicology and Biochemistry Research Area is the governments top forensics lab where all the National Transportation Safety Board’s forensic data is processed and analyzed. This is a highly specialized lab that is used not only by the government, but is also contracted to perform forensics for state agencies as well as foreign governments.
The 200,000+ SF facility includes flexible active learning classrooms, state-of-the-art laboratories, student study and research areas, a reference library with high density shelving, an imaging work area, stacks, climate-controlled storage, and simulator/demonstrator facilities. This multi-level building serves as the national repository for civil aviation medical examination records and is the center for training and evaluation of more than 6,000 physician Aviation Medical Examiners around the world.
Benham provided full A/E planning, design and construction phase services for the multi-phased renovation, working closely with the FAA over several years of construction in meeting their contract requirements through design.