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Lawrence Behr Associates' LBA Energy Shield Chosen to Protect New Oregon State University Center Laboratories
GREENVILLE, NC and CORVALLIS, OR - August 13, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ --
Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc. (www.lbagroup.com) today announced that it has
been awarded the contract to provide the architecturally integrated
electromagnetic shielding security system for Oregon State University's new
Kelley Electrical Engineering Center. LBA will provide design services,
materials and implementation management for the Kelley Center's new research
"Architectural electromagnetic shielding is a cost-effective way to
incorporate shielding in new and renovated construction," explains Mike
Britner, Vice President of Business Development of Lawrence Behr Associates.
"It is the best choice in spaces where sensitive equipment or information
must be protected from external radio frequency signals, or where occupants
must be protected from hazardous levels of radio frequency energy. Applied
between floors and walls of a building, our architectural electromagnetic
shielding also enhances and secures WiFi and wireless LAN deployments."
The LBA shielding system at the Kelley Center will isolate laboratory
activities from stray radio frequency signals that might corrupt experiments,
and contain radio energy within lab spaces to avoid undesirable environmental
impact. The building will be the first at OSU to be "green certified."
The Kelley Electrical Engineering Center is currently under construction and
is slated for completion in early 2005. The Center will occupy 145,000 square
feet, cost $45 million, and will house the Computer Science, Electrical, and
Computer Engineering Departments. Programs will focus on new technologies in
wireless communications, energy supplies, transparent electronics and
computer usability. OSU is located in Corvallis, Oregon.
Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc. is a major provider of architectural shielding
solutions and has pioneered materials and methods for integrating
electromagnetic shielding into buildings. Earlier installations have included
the biotechnology laboratories at Boston University, the Tinker AFB B-2
Bomber test facility and telecommunications installations for NYNEX, AT&T,
Sprint and others.
Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc. is a division of the LBA Group, Inc. based in
Greenville, N.C. LBA Group companies focus on the transmission and control of
radio frequency energy throughout the world.
For more information please visit http://www.lbagroup.com
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