NIH 1998 Almanac/Real Property and Facilities/
(Listed separately according to history, cost of original construction, total cost, gross area and space allocations. See also NIH Location Maps.)
History: Building 8 was constructed as
an office building. The facility is eligible for listing on the National Register of
History: Building 9 was constructed to
house facilities for breeding smaller animals for research.
History: Building 10, the "Clinic"--known
as the Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center--was constructed as a
research hospital in which laboratory research and clinical investigations with associated
patient care take place.
History: Building 10A, the "Surgical
Wing," was constructed to house research
facilities for cardiac and neurosurgery,
associated research laboratories, and the NIH
Blood Bank. As of 1990, Bldg. 10A has been renovated
to house small animals under the AAALAC program.
Buildings 11 and 11A-C
History: Buildings 11 and 11A provide central utility production such as
compressed air, steam, chilled water for
air-conditioning systems and emergency electric power.
They also house vehicle wash, incineration plant and GI can-washing facilities.
History: Building 12 was constructed to provide maintenance,
overhaul, and storage facilities for NIH vehicles, and to
provide general storage space. A major portion of
the building has been converted to office and machine space for data processing and computer operations although the garage
and fire department still are located in the building.
History: Building 12A was authorized to permit expansion of data
processing and computer operations and eventually will
be used entirely for that purpose. The building presently is used as general office space
for personnel of various NIH organizations including data processing.
History: Building 13 was constructed to house facilities for general
maintenance and repair work, scientific apparatus
construction, stores and stock (including refrigerated
food storage), and laundry and drycleaning facilities.