Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV, Arizona State University - The long range plan for Arizona State University is to be the Southwest’s leading research center, pioneering innovative processes, inventing and utilizing the highest technology. Over the next ten years, the campus will add five new facilities to achieve this goal. Wilson Electric was proud to support Phase I and Phase IV. Phase IV is intended to be used as both classroom space and a professional, high-tech research facility, including 160 laboratories, auditorium, and administrative offices. The 294,000 square foot facility incorporated the highest level of technology for the School of Earth and Space Exploration. Our Design-Assist role included all electrical installation and distribution, site lighting, and low-voltage systems integration. We utilized BIM technology to coordinate the equipment installation required for internal operational systems. In addition to the multiple medium (5 kV) and high-voltage (15 kV) power systems supplying the building, generator power was also provided to add an additional level of redundancy for the critical laboratory experiments.