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                                         2011 V1.1
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Table of Contents
Record of Changes                                                                             2
Emergency Planning at Virginia Tech                                                           5
   Building Emergency Coordinator                                                             7
     Duties of the Building Emergency Coordinator                                             7
     Duties of the Emergency Preparedness Committee                                           7
Overview                                                                                      9
Emergency Telephone Numbers                                                                  10
   Life Threatening Emergencies                                                              10
   Non-life Threatening Emergencies                                                          10
   Dialing 911 from a Cell Phone                                                             10
Department Information                                                                       11
   Department Key Personnel                                                                  11
   Department Buildings                                                                      11
Emergency Preparedness                                                                       12
   Training, Exercise, and Documentation                                                     12
   Employee Emergency Action Plan Awareness                                                  12
   Building Occupant Responsibilities                                                        12
   Building Evacuation/Fire Safety Drills                                                    12
   Building Emergency Coordinator/Alternate Orientation Training                             12
   EHSS Training                                                                             12
   VTRS Training                                                                             13
   OEM Training                                                                              13
   VTPD Training                                                                             13
   Information for Faculty and Instructors in the Classroom                                  13
Plan Evaluation and Updating                                                                 14
Annex A: Emergency Procedures                                                                15
    Evacuation                                                                               15
    Evacuation Procedures                                                                    15
    Floor Warden Responsibilities                                                            15
    Shelter-in-Place                                                                         16
    Emergency Notification - VT Alerts                                                       18
    Medical                                                                                  19
    Fire                                                                                     19
    Weather                                                                                  21
        Hurricane                                                                            21
        Lightning                                                                            21
        Tornado                                                                              22
    Earthquake                                                                               22
    Hazardous Materials                                                                      23
    Loss of Utilities                                                                        24
    Workplace Violence                                                                       25
    Bomb Threat                                                                              26
    Suspicious Mail/Package                                                                  28
Annex B: Acronyms and Terms                                                                  30
Annex C: Resource List                                                                       31
Annex D: Emergency Information for the Classroom                                             32
    Faculty/Instructor Classroom Emergency Guide                                             33
Annex E: Evacuation of Persons With Disabilities                                             34
    In all emergencies                                                                       34
    For Blindness and visual impairment                                                      34
    For deafness and hearing loss                                                            34
    For mobility impairment                                                                  34
    Persons Requiring Assistance During Emergencies Listing                                  35
Annex F: Bomb Threat Checklist                                                               36
Annex G: Evacuation Sign-in Sheet                                                            38
Annex H: Checklist for Plan Updating                                                         39
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Annex I - Table of Contents
Annex I is the building specific portion of the EAP. Annex I is completed by the Emergency
Preparedness Committee. A separate "Annex I" should be completed for each building in which the
department resides.
Building Location                                                                                     1
Building Emergency Coordinator & Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator                             1
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee                                                             2
Notification of Emergency Responders                                                                  2
Evacuation Assembly Areas                                                                             2
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven                                                                   3
Building Alarms                                                                                       3
First Aid Kit/AED Locations                                                                           4
Visitors                                                                                              4
Unique Hazards                                                                                        5
Evacuation Route Maps                                                                                 6
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Emergency Planning at Virginia Tech

Emergency management is defined as the mitigation of, preparedness for, response to, and recovery
from emergencies. Plans and procedures are developed using an all-hazards framework. As such, plans
are able to adapt to any emergency which may impact the institution.

The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating overall emergency planning at
Virginia Tech. The office provides strategic guidance for three primary types of university plans. The
Emergency Response Plan (ERP) guides overarching emergency response to emergencies which may
occur at the university. The Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is based at the department and building level
and provides immediate action planning for life safety during an emergency. The Continuity of
Operations Plan (COOP), based at the department-level, provides the basis for recovery actions and
reducing the interruption an emergency has on departmental normal operations and business. Each of
these plans is a tool that increases the university's resiliency and improves the university's ability to
respond to and recover from an emergency.

The development of an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is an integral part of the emergency management
system Virginia Tech will employ as the basis for preparedness, response, evacuation and shelter-in-
place activities. This EAP details the actions personnel in a department will take in response to an
emergency situation. A well-developed Emergency Action Plan reduces the effect of emergencies on
people, property and departmental functions.


Departments located in a single building will create a single EAP specific to their department and
building. Departments occupying one building will need to complete Annex I.1 only.

Departments which span multiple buildings will create a ‘global’ or central EAP. The global EAP will set
the framework for individual annexes encompassing building-specific information for each building that
the department occupies. Departments occupying multiple buildings will create Annexes beginning with
Annex I.1 and continuing the sequential numbering for each building occupied. Ten building annex
templates are provided. If the department occupies more than 10 buildings, do not copy and paste
annexes, rather, create an additional workbook. Duplication of the departmental information is not
necessary.

The global EAP contains department-wide information such as departmental leadership contact
information. It contains information which is common to all department buildings such as general
emergency procedures, proper methods for contacting emergency responders, and the system by which
plans are updated and maintained. The building annexes, also referred to as Annex I, contain
information specific to the building such as building personnel contact information, type of fire alarm in
the building, and unique hazards found in the building which may not be common to all department
buildings such as evacuation routes, shelter-in-place procedures, and assistance procedures for those
with special needs.
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FIGURE 1: GLOBAL EAP PRINCIPLE


Departments co-located in a single building will need to assign one departmental representative within
the building to be part of the Emergency Preparedness Committee. The committee will select a single
person to become the Building Emergency Coordinator, who will chair the Emergency Preparedness
Committee and coordinate the emergency planning activities within the building. The Building
Emergency Coordinator will be the primary point of contact for emergency services organizations during
routine planning activities and will also be the primary point of contact during emergencies. The Building
Emergency Coordinator should have a strong familiarity with the activities ongoing in his/her building.




FIGURE 2: PLAN ORGANIZATION


Buildings that are occupied by only one department will not be required to form an Emergency
Preparedness Committee. However, the Building Emergency Coordinator and alternate will be assigned
by the department head or director.

Exceptions to the necessity for building EAPs are barns, outbuildings, and similar structures which are
not normally occupied. The Office of Emergency Management will consult with the responsible
department to determine the need for and complexity of an EAP for these facilities.
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Some Emergency Preparedness Committees will elect to assign building floor wardens. Floor wardens
can be an essential part of the evacuation process for buildings which do not have an automated fire
alarm system. Moreover buildings with a highly transient population will strongly benefit from the
assignment of floor wardens. The floor warden is assigned by floor or geographically within a building
and serves to provide immediate life safety information to building occupants during an emergency. A
floor warden may also conduct a sweep or a quick check of specific spaces on his/her way out of the
building so long as they do not endanger themselves while doing so.

Building Emergency Coordinator & Emergency Preparedness Committee
The Building Emergency Coordinator should be a full-time faculty or staff member with at least 6 months
experience in his/her position. The individual should have an understanding of the departments housed
in their building and the activities of the departments. The Building Emergency Coordinator should know
the building well and should keep regular office hours. He/she should serve a term of no less than one
year with no limit to the number of consecutive terms. Building Emergency Coordinators will need to
provide multiple forms of communication including methods reachable outside of normal business hours
as specified in the building annex.

Duties of the Building Emergency Coordinator
        ● Chair the Emergency Preparedness Committee.
        ● Serve as point of contact for safety and emergency preparedness information; receive and
          monitor emergency communications as provided; and distribute relevant information
          throughout the building.
        ● Coordinate the development of, and maintain the EAP annex for the building in conjunction
          with the Emergency Preparedness Committee.
        ● Serve as the primary contact between emergency responders and building occupants in case
          of an emergency.
        ● Coordinate fire drills and emergency exercises, as necessary, for the building with EHSS.
        ● Train an alternate to assume the duties in case of absence.
        ● Develop a notification protocol to announce building emergencies, if one does not exist.
        ● Act as a conduit to the Office of Emergency Management and/or emergency response
          agencies.


The Emergency Preparedness Committee will also assign an Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator.
The alternate is responsible for maintaining awareness of the activities of the Building Emergency
Coordinator in case he/she is unavailable during an emergency.


Duties of the Emergency Preparedness Committee
        ● Convene, at a minimum, once annually. More frequent meetings are recommended.
        ● Appoint a Building Emergency Coordinator with an assigned term as designated by the
          committee.
        ● Appoint an Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator with an assigned term as designated by
          the committee.
        ● Develop and maintain the EAP building annex in conjunction with the Building Emergency
          Coordinator.
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Figure 3: Building Emergency Coordinator Concept


Buildings located outside of the main Blacksburg campus should confirm and include emergency
telephone numbers and for the emergency response agencies that provide service to your specific
location. For assistance in determining these agencies, please contact the Office of Emergency
Management at 540-231-2438.
The Office of Emergency Management endeavors to make the EAP development and revision process
as simple and useful as possible. It is recommended that members of the Emergency Preparedness
Committee be familiar with the information required to complete the building annex prior to the first
meeting of the group. Most committees should be able to complete the building annex in one meeting.
The Office of Emergency Management is available to participate in these planning meetings at the
committee's request.



Revision and updating is easy!

A check-list for plan revision is available in Annex H (page 39). Please see page 14 for more detailed
information on plan revision.
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Emergency Action Plan Overview

The Emergency Action Plan (EAP) serves to address natural and manmade emergencies that may occur
in your building and could affect the campus-wide community. A workplace emergency is an unexpected
incident that: threatens students, faculty, staff, and visitors; disrupts or closes part or all of the university;
or causes physical or environmental damage.

As a building occupant, you should be familiar with your Emergency Action Plan. Situational awareness,
preparedness planning, and training are critical components of effective emergency management. This
plan is designed to reduce the effect of manmade and naturally occurring emergencies that you may
face.

If you have questions about the plan, they should be directed to your Building Emergency Coordinator
whose contact information is found in Annex I.

The following are key aspects of the EAP:
         ○ Evacuation routes, exit points, and pre-designated emergency assembly areas outside the
           building in case of an emergency;
         ○ When and how to evacuate the building;
         ○ Procedures for notifying emergency responders of an emergency;
         ○ The meaning of shelter-in-place and procedures for doing so;
         ○ Locations of fire extinguishers, first aid kits, and AEDs;
         ○ Any unique hazards located in the building where you work; and,
         ○ Assistance procedures for persons with special needs.

For assistance with this document, the EAP planning or development process, or programmatic or
technical questions, please contact the Office of Emergency Management at 231-2438.
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Emergency Telephone Numbers - Blacksburg Campus

Life Threatening Emergencies
Police, Fire, EMS                                        911

Non-Life Threatening Emergencies
Virginia Tech Police Department                      (540) 231-6411
Virginia Tech Rescue Squad                           (540) 231-7138
Blacksburg Fire Department                           (540) 961-1175
Blacksburg Police Department                         (540) 961-1150
VT Office of Emergency Management                    (540) 231-2438
VT Environmental Health & Safety Services            (540) 231-3600
Virginia Tech Facilities                             (540) 231-4300

Lewis Gale – Montgomery Hospital                     (540) 951-1111
Carilion New River Valley Medical Center             (540) 731-2000

Dialing 911 from a Cell Phone

When dialing 9-1-1 from your cell phone your call may go to another area law enforcement agency.
When this occurs tell the dispatcher that you are on the Virginia Tech campus and ask to be transferred
to the Virginia Tech Police Department.


It is recommended that you program the Virginia Tech Police Department number (540) 231-6411 into
your cellular phone. All campus telephones and call boxes will connect you directly to the Virginia Tech
Police Department communications center.
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Department Information
Insert a description of department, activities such as research, specialized functions, approximate number of
personnel/students, and locations of satellite facilities.




Department Key Personnel Information
Department Key Personnel
(Building Emergency Coordinators are identified in the building annexes)
First Name                  Last Name                   Title         Office Address          Phone 1   Phone 2   Email (PID)
                                                        Dept. Head
                                                        EAP Coord.




Department Buildings
This department maintains facilities in the following buildings. Information specific to the building is
located, as referenced below, in the annexes of this plan.

Building Name                             Location of Building*                   Annex #
                                                                                             I.1
                                                                                             I.2
                                                                                             I.3
                                                                                             I.4
                                                                                             I.5
                                                                                             I.6
                                                                                             I.7
                                                                                             I.8
                                                                                             I.9
                                                                                            I.10

* Please see the "Location Data" tab to select the appropriate location for your building, based on official
designations. Find your building name in column B and use the same location designation listed in column E.
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Emergency Preparedness

Training, Exercise, and Documentation
Training is an integral part of the safety program for your department and building. Employees should be
aware of emergency procedures located within this plan. There are numerous training opportunities for
members of the university community to become better prepared to respond to emergencies. Contact
the Office of Emergency Management at 231-2438 for more information.

Employee Emergency Action Plan Awareness
It is the responsibility of each department to ensure all their employees are familiar with the EAP and
building annex for the building they primarily occupy. Training is required at the time an employee is
assigned to a building. This includes awareness of the EAP, a physical tour of evacuation routes,
location of first aid kits and AED(s), and special building circumstances.

Building Occupant Responsibilities
It is the responsibility of the occupant to become familiar with the EAP and refresh their knowledge
periodically. Knowledge of evacuation routes, assembly areas, and notification procedures are critical to
successfully manage an emergency. Questions regarding the plan or its contents should be directed to
the Building Emergency Coordinator, whose contact information is found in the building annex
corresponding to the specific building in question.


Building Evacuation/Fire Safety Drills
Exercises of the building evacuation procedures must be conducted regularly. The number of drills that
must be performed per year varies by building use and function. Please contact EHSS at 231-9068 or
firesafe@vt.edu to determine the drill schedule for your building and to schedule drills.


Building Emergency Coordinator/Alternate Orientation Training
Building Emergency Coordinators and their alternates will be provided training sessions periodically
aimed to enrich the departmental EAP programs. The training will be presented primarily by members of
the Office of Emergency Management, Virginia Tech Police Department, Environmental Health and
Safety Services, and Facilities Services.

Contact the Office of Emergency Management at 231-2438 for more information.

EHSS Training

EHSS offers fire extinguisher training to university employees and First Aid and CPR for employees
where such training is required by job type. If such training is not required, EHSS will train a maximum of
four persons per building free of charge. Larger groups are assessed a nominal fee. Check
www.ehss.vt.edu/training for available training opportunities.
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VTRS Training
The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad offers EMT-Basic, CPR, First Aid, and AED training to the university
community. Courses are taught for a nominal fee. The Rescue Squad will coordinate with departments
to provide training onsite if requested. Registration is available online. Check www.rescue.vt.edu for
available training opportunities.


OEM Training
The Office of Emergency Management sponsors the Campus Community Emergency Response Team
(C-CERT) training courses. The office also offers National Incident Management System (NIMS) training
periodically. Check www.emergency.vt.edu for available training opportunities.


VTPD Training
The Virginia Tech Police Department offers Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) and Student's Police
Academy courses. Both are available to faculty and staff and group courses are scheduled as available.
The Police Department Community Outreach Division offers targeted programs for departments; contact
the division for more information. Check www.police.vt.edu for available training opportunities.


Information for Faculty and Instructors in the Classroom

The importance of emergency preparedness extends into the classroom. Students, even in higher
education settings, look to the instructor for guidance and definitive action during an emergency. Faculty
and instructors who take a few minutes at the start of each semester to familiarize their students with
basic evacuation and emergency procedures will find peace of mind that they and their students are
prepared for an emergency.

Faculty and instructors are presented with a unique challenge in emergency planning as they travel
between buildings and classrooms delivering lectures and guiding lab activities. The one-page guide
titled Emergency Information for Faculty and Instructors in the Classroom is intended to be carried by the
faculty/instructor to the classroom. The guide serves as a quick reference during emergencies.
Emergency preparedness information for classroom instructors is located in Annex D.
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Plan Evaluation and Updating
The EAP should be considered an emergency reference and guidance document. It should be easily
accessible in multiple locations and clearly identified as the EAP. It is recommended that it be kept in a
labeled red three-ring binder to maintain continuity throughout the university.

Pursuant to university policies 5615 and 1005, departments are required to annually review and update
their Emergency Action Plan. Departments are encouraged to update personnel contact information
more frequently. Changes to the document should be logged in the Record of Changes found at the
front of the plan.

In accordance with university policies 5615 and 1005, the Office of Emergency Management will review
EAPs for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with university requirements on a three year rotating
basis. The office will provide a written review of the plan, recommended revisions, and in-person
consultation as needed.


Revision is easy!
Scroll to the second-to-last page of this document (Annex H: Checklist for Plan Updating ) and review all
department-specific information. Check the boxes as you review the information and be sure to record
the revision in the Record of Revisions on page 2 of this plan.


The Office of Emergency Management will make available a web portal used to manage EAPs. This web
portal, similar to that used to manage the COOP system, will allow departments to upload the EAP and
manage access centrally. The portal reduces the need to distribute plan copies, manages the current
version centrally, and allows all users to access the plan by permissions determined by the department.
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Annex A: Emergency Procedures
Evacuation
If a building is evacuated in response to a fire or similar emergency, all personnel are to report to a pre-
designated assembly areas. Due to the transient population in most campus buildings, emphasis is
placed in the exodus of persons from building rather than absolute accountability once outside the
building. In other words, buildings with large transient or student populations should have designated
building floor wardens whose responsibility it is to conduct sweeps of areas while exiting the building.
The practicality of absolute accountability in buildings with large transient populations is understandably
challenging. Floor wardens should never place themselves in unnecessary danger to conduct sweeps.

All building occupants are required, by law, to exit the building when the fire alarm sounds.

Each building should determine pre-designated assembly areas. Assembly areas will not be common for
the entire building. Units within the building should base assembly locations on proximity of exits to the
unit's location within the facility. The primary assembly area will be the assumed evacuation place unless
otherwise decided during the evacuation. The secondary assembly area will be used if the first impedes
emergency responders, is in a dangerous area, or is otherwise undesirable based on the emergency.
Pre-designated assembly areas for each building are detailed in the building annexes.

Evacuation Procedures
        ● Remain calm, do not rush or panic;
        ● Gather personal belongings if it is safe to do so. It is especially important to take prescription
          medications when evacuating;
        ● Close doors and windows as you exit;
        ● Use the nearest safe stairway and proceed to the nearest exit determined in the building
          annexes of this plan;
        ● Proceed to the pre-designated emergency assembly area and report to the roll taker (if
          available);
        ● Await instructions from emergency responders and/or the Building Emergency Coordinator;
          and,
        ● Do not re-enter the building unless authorized by emergency responders.

Floor Warden Responsibilities (if applicable)
Some building Emergency Preparedness Committees have assigned floor wardens to perform an exit
checklist during an evacuation. Floor wardens perform these tasks on their way out of the building or to
the area of safe haven during a shelter-in-place.
         ● Take note of unusual occurrences or non-compliance of personnel to evacuate;
        ● Knock loudly on doors and announce the need to evacuate. Close any open doors;
        ● Instruct any lingering occupants to evacuate the building. If persons refuse to exit, emergency
          responders and the Building Emergency Coordinator should be notified once outside the
          building; and,
        ● Report any pertinent emergency information to emergency responders and/or the Building
           Emergency Coordinator at the assembly area.
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Emergency Procedures
Shelter-in-Place
‘Shelter-in-place’ is the term used to refer to situations where it is safest to remain indoors rather than
face uncertainty outside the building. In many cases shelter-in-place procedures are the recommended
action when weather, violence, hazardous material, biological, or related emergencies occur outside the
building.

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

If you hear campus sirens, remember to Shelter, Shut, Stay, and Seek.
         ● Take shelter immediately.
        ●   Shut all doors and windows.
        ●   Stay away from exterior windows.
        ●   Seek more information.

Instruction to shelter-in-place would be issued through the VT Alerts system along with instructions on
specific precautions to take during the emergency.


Responding to outdoor environmental hazards:
        ● Go or stay inside the building.
                  ○ Do not use elevators.
                   ○ If possible, go to a room or corridor where there are no windows. (In the event of a
                     chemical release, go to an above-ground level of the building. Some chemicals are
                     heavier than air and may seep into basements, even if the windows are closed.)
        ● Secure the space.
                  ○ Close and lock all windows and doors.
                   ○ Close fireplace dampers.
                   ○ If you can, turn off the heat, air conditioning or ventilation system.
        ● Try to locate supplies you may need, such as food, water, a radio, etc.
        ● Do not call 911 unless you are reporting a life-threatening situation.
        ● Seek updated information or further instructions.
                 ○ Online, visit:
                                Virginia Tech Homepage            www.vt.edu
                   ○ By phone, call:
                                Campus Hotline at (540) 231-6668 or
                                University Switchboard at (540) 231-6000
                   ○ On radio, listen to WVTF-FM 89.1
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Emergency Procedures
Responding to a threat of violence, such as a shooter:
       ● Secure the immediate area. Whether a classroom, residence hall room, office, or restroom:
                 ○ Lock or barricade the door.
                 ○ After securing the door, stay behind solid objects away from the door as much as
                   possible.
                 ○ If the assailant enters your room and leaves, lock or barricade the door behind them.
                 ○ If safe to do so, allow others to seek refuge with you.
       ● Protective Actions: Take appropriate steps to reduce your vulnerability.
                  ○ Close blinds.
                 ○ Block windows.
                 ○ Turn off radios and computer monitors.
                 ○ Silence cell phones.
                 ○ Place signs in interior doors and windows, but remember the assailant can see
                   these as well.
                 ○ Place signs in exterior windows to identify your location and the location of injured
                   persons.
                 ○ Keep people calm and quiet.
                 ○ After securing the room, people should be positioned out of sight and behind items
                   that might offer additional protection, such as walls, desks, file cabinets,
                   bookshelves, etc.
       ● Unsecured Areas: If you find yourself in an open area, immediately seek protection.
                ○ Put something between you and the assailant.
                 ○ Consider trying to escape, if you know where the assailant is and there appears to
                   be an escape route immediately available to you.
                 ○ If in doubt, find the safest area available and secure it the best way you can.
       ● Call 911. Emergency situations should be reported to law enforcement by dialing 911.
                 ○ What is happening.
                 ○ Where you are located, including building name and room number.
                 ○ Number of people at your specific location.
                  ○ Injuries, if any, including the number of injured and types of injuries.
       ● Try to provide information in a calm, clear manner so that the 911 operator can quickly relay
         information to emergency responders.
       ● What to Report: Try to note as much as possible about the assailant, including.
                 ○ Specific location and direction of the assailant. Number of assailants.
                 ○ Gender, race, and age of the assailant.
                 ○ Language or commands used by the assailant.
                 ○ Clothing color and style.
                 ○ Physical features, e.g. height, weight, facial hair, glasses.
                 ○ Type of weapon, e.g. handgun, shotgun, rifle, explosives.
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Emergency Procedures
Emergency Notification - VT Alerts

Virginia Tech maintains a multi-facetted emergency communications network which is activated when an
immediate notification must be made to the entire community. It should be noted that while the intent is
to provide immediate, real-time information, these types of networks have some inherent latency. In
other words, while on-campus email and phone systems are robust enough to provide information
rapidly, external wireless networks are sometimes slow to provide information when messages are
introduced at a high volume. SMS text messages are particularly vulnerable to network latency. Thus,
you should maintain a layered approach to the alerts system by enrolling in more than one method of
notification. The emergency communications system comprises the following components:


        ● VT Alerts
          VT Alerts is the university urgent notification system comprised of a variety of methods by
          which the university can contact students, faculty, and staff. You are encouraged to subscribe
          to this system at the following website:
          www.alerts.vt.edu.

          Alerts can be sent via: Text messages (SMS) to mobile devices; calls to home, office, or
          mobile phone numbers; and e-mails to affiliate and non-affiliate addresses.


        ● Emergency Siren System
          When emergency conditions present a danger to persons outdoors, Virginia Tech may
          activate its siren system. The sirens can broadcast both tone and voice messages.

          If you hear campus sirens, remember to Shelter, Shut, Stay, and Seek.
                   ● Take shelter immediately.
                   ● Shut all doors and windows.
                   ● Stay away from exterior windows.
                   ● Seek more information.
          When the siren is activated, individuals should seek shelter indoors and consult a source of
          information:
                  ● Information posted on the Virginia Tech website:       www.vt.edu
                  ● Information sent using campus-wide e-mail.
                  ● Information broadcast on WVTF-FM 89.1.
                  ● Information recorded on the university hotline (231-6668).
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Emergency Procedures
Medical

         In the event of a serious illness or injury:
              1.    Immediately call 911 and tell the dispatcher about the person who needs
                    attention:
                             ● Gender
                             ● Approximate age
                             ●   Nature of injury or illness
                             ●   Pertinent medical history (if known)
                             ●     Precise location.
              2.     Do not move an injured person – unless there is immediate danger of
                     further harm – until emergency medical personnel arrive.
              3.     Keep the person warm.
              4.     If possible, designate someone to direct emergency responders from the
                     approach to the victim.
              5.     If appropriately trained, provide first aid until emergency medical
                     personnel arrive and take over care of the victim.

       ● The initial minutes after an injury or medical crisis frequently are the most important. If you
         remain calm, you will be better able to share critical information with emergency responders.

                      Remain calm, and take prompt, appropriate action.

       ● If the emergency is life threatening – call 911 or 231-6411.
                  ○ Do not hang up until the operator instructs you to do so.
       ● Taking prompt appropriate action.
                 ○ Appropriate action can mean anything from just waiting nearby to applying direct
                   pressure to a wound, performing CPR, or splinting an injury.
                 ○ Never perform a medical procedure if you are not sure how to do it.

Fire

If you suspect a fire or hear a fire alarm:
         ● NEVER IGNORE A FIRE ALARM! Your first reaction should be to grab your room keys, alert
           the people around you, and go.
                    ○ Act immediately but try to stay calm.
                   ○ Stay low in case of smoke or fumes.
                   ○ Do not attempt to extinguish a fire unless you are trained to do so.

       ● Feel the doorknob or higher on the door with the back of your hand. If it feels hot, fire may be
         on the other side of the door; so, keep it shut. Stuff clothing, towels, or newspapers in the
         door’s cracks to keep smoke out.
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Emergency Procedures
             ○ Even if the door is cool, open it slowly. Stand low and to one side of the door, in
               case smoke or fumes seep around it.
             ○ If heat and smoke come in, slam the door tightly, stuff clothing, towels, or
               newspapers in the door’s cracks to keep smoke out, and use your alternate exit.

   ● If the hallway is clear of smoke, walk in a calm manner to the nearest fire exit and evacuate
     the building.
              ○ Use the stairs – NEVER use elevators.
              ○ Stay low to avoid smoke, fumes, and gases that may have entered.
              ○ Close doors as you leave to confine fire as much as possible.
             ○ If the alarm is not already sounding, pull the fire alarm on your way out.
             ○ Move quickly to an open area, away from buildings, and roadways. If your building
               has a designated assembly area and it is safe, head there.

   ● If trapped in a room:
              ○ Retreat. Close as many doors as possible between you and the fire.
              ○ Seal cracks around the door to prevent smoke from entering.
              ○ Open the window a few inches for fresh air and hang a brightly colored cloth or bed
                 sheet out the window to alert the Fire Department to your location.

   ● If caught in smoke:
             ○ Drop to hands and knees and crawl or crouch low with head 30” to 36” above floor,
                 watching the base of the wall as you go.

   ● If forced to advance through flames:
              ○ Hold your breath. Move quickly, covering head and hair. Keep head down and
                 close eyes as often as possible.
              ○ If clothing catches fire, stop where you are. Drop to the ground, and cover your
                 mouth and face with your hands to protect them from the flames. Then roll over
                 and over to smother the fire.

                                 STOP … DROP … ROLL

   ● If you encounter a small fire (wastebasket-size or smaller):
              ○ Under special conditions, small fires can be extinguished before there is a full
                evacuation. The fire must be truly small and controllable and you need both the
                correct fire extinguisher and knowledge of how to use it. NEVER ENTER A
                SMOKE-FILLED ROOM. In any case, constantly evaluate and be ready to
                evacuate if the fire cannot be easily controlled. Under all circumstances:
                        ● Alert people in the area.
                        ● Activate the fire alarm.
                        ● Maintain an accessible exit.
                        ● Avoid smoke and fumes.
                        ● Smother the fire or use the correct fire extinguisher. Aim the
                          extinguisher at the base of the fire.
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                               FIRE EXTINGUISHER INSTRUCTIONS
                 P – PULL safety pin from handle.
                 A – AIM (nozzle, cone, horn) at base of the fire.
                 S – SQUEEZE the trigger handle.
                 S – SWEEP from side to side (watch for re-flash).



Weather

Hurricane
Whenever possible, evacuate to a safe place, far from a hurricane’s predicted path, well before its full
force arrives. But if hurricane conditions already exist outside your location, stay put. Find shelter as
best you can right where you are, and wait it out. The most violent conditions are likely to pass in 24
hours or less, though the recovery may take much longer, days or even weeks.

                      Until the worst of the storm passes, shelter-in-place.


Lightning

Lightning is dangerous. With common sense, you can greatly reduce the risk. At the first clap of
thunder, go to a large building or fully enclosed vehicle and wait 30 minutes after the last clap of thunder
before you go back outside.

                                 When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors!

As thunder or lightning approaches:

                    If you can hear thunder, you are within striking distance.
                                 Seek safe shelter immediately!
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                  ○ Monitor local weather conditions with an AM/FM or dedicated weather radio.
                  ○ Recognize the signs of an oncoming thunder and lightning storm: towering clouds
                    with a cauliflower shape, dark skies and distant rumbles of thunder or flashes of
                    lightning.
                  ○ Do not wait for lightning to strike nearby before taking cover. Lightning can strike
                    as far as 10 miles from the area where it is raining. That's about the distance you
                    can hear thunder.
                  ○ Look for a large, enclosed building.
                  ○ If you are in a car and it has a hard top, stay inside and keep the windows rolled up.



Tornado

During a Tornado – when there’s a Tornado Warning or you see one, take shelter immediately!
          A tornado WARNING means not just that a severe weather is likely but also that a tornado
          has actually been spotted nearby. Find and stay in a safe place right away.

                                         IMMEDIATE ACTION
          REMAIN CALM. AVOID PANIC.
               o There is no guaranteed safe place during a tornado, but you will
                  minimize your exposure by finding shelter in the best possible location.
          AREAS TO SEEK – rooms and corridors in the innermost part of a building at the
          lowest level possible.
                  o Close all doors, including main corridors insofar as possible.
                  o Crouch near the floor or under heavy, well supported objects and cover
                     your head.
          AREAS TO AVOID – stay clear of windows, corridors with windows, or large free-
          standing expanses, such as auditoriums and cafeterias. DO NOT use elevators
          during a tornado warning.

        ● If you receive a VT Alert, or otherwise know a Tornado Warning is in effect, immediately take
          shelter.
        ● If you know of others in the building and hear sirens; spread the word.
        ● A small, windowless interior room or hallway on the lowest level of a sturdy building is safest.

Earthquake

Minimize your movements to a few steps to a nearby safe place. If you are indoors, stay there until the
shaking has stopped and you are sure it is safe to leave.
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Remember: Most earthquake-related injuries result from collapsing walls, flying glass, and falling
objects and only rarely from earth movement itself.

                                   If you feel the ground begin to shake:
                                       DROP – COVER – HOLD ON

        ● DROP to the ground; take COVER by getting under a sturdy table or other piece of furniture;
          and HOLD ON until the shaking stops. If there isn’t a table or desk near you, cover your face
          and head with your arms and crouch in an inside corner of the building.
        ● Stay away from glass, windows, outside doors and walls, and anything that could fall, such as
          lighting fixtures or furniture.
        ● Use a doorway for shelter only if it is nearby and if you know it is a strongly supported, load-
          bearing doorway.
        ● Stay inside until the shaking stops and it is safe to go outside. Injuries most often occur when
          people inside buildings attempt to move to a different location inside the building or try to
          leave.
        ● DO NOT use the elevators.


Hazardous Materials

In the event of a chemical spill in the course of work at Virginia Tech, the following general guidelines
are to be followed, but consult your Department or Environmental Health and Safety Services
www.ehss.vt.edu, 231-3600 to learn procedures that may be more specific or detailed.


           Hazardous Spills On-Campus that are beyond your capability to control or clean-up,
           or that present a fire, safety, or health risk, are to be reported by calling 911.

           To report a spill, dial 911 or 231-6411.


Minor spills of hazardous chemicals that pose little or no threat to the safety and health of personnel can
be cleaned by competent departmental personnel by following the warning and cautions signs on the
container's label or manufacturer's material safety data sheet (MSDS). A hazardous material emergency
exists when cleanup of a spill of a hazardous material is beyond the level of knowledge, training, or
ability of the staff in the immediate spill area or the spill creates a situation that is immediately dangerous
to life and health of persons in the spill area or facility.
        ● Alert personnel in the immediate area of the spill and evacuate the room.
        ● Confine the hazard by closing doors as you leave the room.
        ● Use eyewash or safety showers as needed to rinse spilled chemicals off of personnel.
        ● Evacuate any nearby rooms that may be affected. If the hazard may affect the entire building,
          evacuate the entire building. If a volatile, flammable material is spilled, immediately warn
          everyone, and control sources of ignition.
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        ● Notify emergency responders by calling 911 or 231-6411 and provide the chemical name,
          location of the spill, size of the spill, number of injured persons (if any), and any environmental
          concerns, such as location of storm drains or streams. You will also need to provide your
          name and a telephone number. Always call from a safe location. Be prepared to spell
          chemical names.

        ● Report all spills to your supervisor and/or the Principal Investigator.

Procedures for laboratory personnel to handle chemical, biological, or radiological spills are provided in
the laboratory-specific documentation. Trained laboratory personnel are authorized by EHSS to
determine appropriate emergency response measures for their areas.


Loss of Utilities

If there is a blackout on-campus. . . .
         ● In most buildings only the alarm systems and emergency lighting are connected to a
            backup generator. These systems may experience a brief (less than 10-second)
            interruption as power is switched to an emergency generator or when power to the
            building is restored.

                       Elevators will not function during a power outage.


Procedures
        ● Remain calm and stay where you are unless there is an imminent threat to your safety (e.g. a
          fire). Since most power outages last less than 5 minutes, it may be best to remain in place,
          rather than attempt to evacuate the building.
        ● If you are in an unlit area, proceed with caution to an area that has emergency lighting. The
          backlighting on your cell phone may help you navigate.
        ● If you are trapped in an elevator, stay calm. Call 911 or press the emergency call button
          inside the elevator.
        ● To report an outage . . .
                   ○ If the outage is in a campus building during normal business hours, contact
                      Facilities Services Customer Service at 231-4300. After hours, call 231-6411.
        ● Protect electrical equipment and appliances.
                   ○ To avoid damage from any surge when the power is restored, turn off and unplug
                      non-essential electrical devices, especially voltage-sensitive equipment like
                      computers.
                   ○ Keep the doors to refrigerators and freezers closed as much as possible to help
                     them stay cold.
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Workplace Violence

Secure the immediate area. Whether a classroom, residence hall room, office or restroom:
       ● Lock or barricade the door, if able. Block the door using whatever is available, such as desks,
         tables, file cabinets, other furniture, etc.
        ● After securing the door, stay behind solid objects away from the door as much as possible.
        ● If the assailant enters your room and leaves, lock or barricade the door behind them.
        ● If safe to do so, allow others to seek refuge with you.


Protective Actions. Take appropriate steps to reduce your vulnerability:
        ● Close blinds.
        ● Block windows.
        ● Turn off radios and computer monitors.
        ● Silence cell phones.
        ● Place signs in interior doors and windows, but remember the assailant can see these as well.
        ● Place signs in exterior windows to identify your location and the location of injured persons.
        ● Keep people calm and quiet.
        ● After securing the room, people should be positioned out of sight and behind items that might
          offer additional protection, such as walls, desks, file cabinets, bookshelves, etc.


Unsecured Areas. If you find yourself in an open area, immediately seek protection:
      ● Put something between you and the assailant.
      ● Consider trying to escape, if you know where the assailant is and there appears to be an
        escape route immediately available to you.
      ● If in doubt, find the safest area available and secure it the best way that you can.


Call 911 or 231-6411. Emergencies should be reported to law enforcement by dialing 911 or 231-6411.
Be prepared to provide the operator with as much information as possible, such as the following:
        ● Nature of the emergency.
        ● Where you are located, including building name and room number.
        ● Number of people at your specific location.
        ● Injuries, if any, including the number of injured and types of injuries.
        ● Your name and other information as requested.


Try to provide information in a calm, clear manner so that the 911 operator can quickly relay your
information to emergency responders.
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What to Report. Try to note as much as possible about the assailant, including:
       ● Specific location and direction of the assailant.
       ● Number of assailants.
        ● Gender, race, and age of the assailant.
        ● Clothing color and style.
        ● Physical features, e.g., height, weight, facial hair, glasses.
        ● Type of weapons, e.g., handgun, rifle, shotgun, explosives.
        ● Description of any backpack or bag.
        ● Do you recognize the assailant? Do you know their name?
        ● What exactly did you hear, e.g., explosions, gunshots, etc.


Treat the injured. The 911 operator will notify EMS. EMS will respond to the site, but will not enter the
area until it is secured. Remember basic first aid:
        ● For bleeding apply pressure and elevate. Many items can be used for this purpose, e.g.
          clothing, paper towels, newspapers, etc.
        ● Reassure those in the area that help will arrive and try to stay quiet and calm.

Un-securing the area.
       ● The assailant may not stop until his objectives have been met or until engaged or neutralized
         by law enforcement.
       ● Always consider the risk exposure by opening the door for any reason.
       ● Attempts to rescue people only should be made if it can be done without further endangering
         either yourself or the persons inside of the secured area.
       ● Be aware that the assailant may bang on the door, yell for help, or otherwise attempt to entice
         you to open the door of a secured area.
       ● If there is any doubt about the safety of the individuals inside the room, the area needs to
         remain secured.


Bomb Threat

Bomb threats are assumed to be real and considered a threat to the university.
                If you receive a threat of any kind, immediately call 911 or 231-6411.


Bomb threats are usually received by telephone, sometimes by note or letter. Most bomb threats are
made by callers who want simply to create an atmosphere of anxiety and panic – but all calls must be
taken seriously.
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Emergency Procedures
If you receive a threatening call:
         ● Remain calm.
        ● Keep the caller on line as long as possible to learn as much as you can. You can ask
          questions as long as they don’t anger the caller.
        ● If you can, activate caller ID and note whatever the telephone displays.
        ● Make a detailed, written record of the call.
        ● Note, for example:
                   ● The exact time of the call.
                   ● The caller's exact words.
                   ● During the call, if you can, note or ask:
                             ○ When is the bomb going to explode?
                               ○ Where is the bomb?
                               ○ What does it look like?
                               ○ What kind of bomb is it?
                               ○ What will cause it to explode?
                               ○ Did you place the bomb?
                               ○ Why?
                               ○ Where are you calling from?
                               ○ What is your name?
                               ○ What is your address?
                   ● The qualities of the caller's voice:
                            ○ Calm or angry or excited or stressed
                               ○ Slow or rapid
                               ○ Crying
                               ○ Slurred, stutter or lisp
                               ○ Deep or high
                               ○ Loud or quiet
                               ○ Giggling
                               ○ An accent
                               ○ Sincere
                               ○ Squeaky
                               ○ Disguised
                   ● Did the voice sound familiar? If so, who did it sound like?
                   ● Any background noises (machinery, traffic, other voices, music, television, etc.)?
                   ● Immediately after the call ends, call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone.
                   ● Notify your supervisor.
                   ● If the threat was left on voice mail, do NOT erase it.
                   ● Do NOT activate the building alarm system to evacuate.
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If you receive a threatening e-mail:
         ● Immediately call 911 or 231-6411.
        ● Do NOT delete the e-mail.
        ● Forward the e-mail as directed by law enforcement.
        ● Do NOT activate the building alarm system to evacuate.

           If a written threat of an explosive device or other danger is received, call 911
                                             or 231-6411.

        ● The threat should never be ignored. Once a threat is recognized, unnecessary handling
          should be avoided, but try to preserve evidence such as fingerprints, handwriting or
          typewriting, paper, and postal marks, which are essential to tracing the threat and identifying
          the author.

Suspicious Mail/Package

What is “suspicious”?
          A suspicious letter or package is one that is unexpected or unknown, with the following
          characteristics:
                  ● Excessive postage.
                  ● Misspellings of common words.
                  ● Excessive weight.
                  ● Rigid envelope.
                  ● Foreign mail, airmail or special delivery.
                  ● Hand written or poorly typed address.
                  ● Restrictive markings such as confidential, personal, etc.
                  ● Excessive securing - material such as masking tape, string, etc.
                  ● Incorrect titles.
                  ● Oily stains or discoloration.
                  ● Visual distractions.
                  ● Lopsided or uneven.
                  ● Titles but no names.
                  ● No return address.
                  ● Protruding wires or tinfoil.

Procedures for Suspicious Letter or Package
       ● Immediately call 911 or 231-6411.
       ● DO NOT cover, insulate, or place the package into a cabinet or drawer.

          If you receive a suspicious letter or package:
                   1. Do not investigate on your own.
                             ● Do not move or open the package.
                             ● Do not cover, insulate, or put it in a cabinet or drawer.
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                   2. Do not shake or bump the package or letter.
                   3. Calmly alert others in the immediate area and leave the area, closing the door
                      behind you.
                   4. Wash hands.
                   5. Call 911 and give the operator your exact location.
                   6. Wait for law enforcement to respond.


Pranks and Hoaxes
Pranks or hoaxes involving false threats of biological agents or terror disrupt lives, create serious safety
concerns, and tax valuable university and community resources. They create illegitimate alarm in a time
of legitimate concern. The university and law enforcement authorities take all such actions very
seriously. The university has adopted a "zero tolerance" policy and will aggressively investigate any
such incidents. Any individual found responsible for such acts will be subject to university disciplinary
action, up to and including separation from the university, and prosecution under State and Federal law.
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Annex B: Acronyms and Terms
          Abbreviation         Definition
          ABEC                 Assistant Building Emergency Coordinator
          AED                  Automatic External Defibrillator
          BEC                  Building Emergency Coordinator
          CPR                  Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation
          EAP                  Emergency Action Plan
          EHSS                 Environmental Health and Safety Services
          EMS                  Emergency Medical Services
          EPC                  Emergency Preparedness Committee
          ERP                  Emergency Response Plan
          IT                   Information Technology
          MSDS                 Material Safety Data Sheet
          OEM                  Office of Emergency Management
          VTPD                 Virginia Tech Police Department
          VTRS                 Virginia Tech Rescue Squad

Emergency Preparedness Committee – The Emergency Preparedness Committee is formed at the
building level. It comprises one representative (faculty or staff) from each department occupying the
building. The committee will create the building annex for the departmental EAPs. The committee elects
the Building Emergency Coordinator and the alternate.

Building Emergency Coordinator – The Building Emergency Coordinator is the individual selected by
the Emergency Preparedness Committee to serve as the point of contact for emergency preparedness
and emergency communications in the building.

Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator – The alternate is trained to assume the Building
Emergency Coordinator's responsibilities if he/she is unavailable during an emergency.

Emergency Action Plan – The EAP provides immediate response to emergencies for life safety
considerations and directs building occupants in proper emergency procedures.

Emergency Responder – An emergency responder is a law enforcement, EMS, fire department, or
other emergency official. Emergency responders have emergency plans and procedures in place to
address all types of emergencies. Emergency responders will move quickly to neutralize the incident,
treat the injured, and restore order during an emergency.
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Annex C: Resource List
In case of emergency: Dial 911 or 540-231-6411 from a cell phone.


         Virginia Tech Police Department                        540-231-6411
         www.police.vt.edu

         Virginia Tech Rescue Squad                             540-231-7138
         www.rescue.vt.edu

         Blacksburg Fire Department                             540-961-1175
         www.blacksburgfire.org

         Office of Emergency Management                         540-231-2438
         www.emergency.vt.edu

         Environmental Health and Safety Services               540-231-3600
         www.ehss.vt.edu

         Facilities Services                                    540-231-4300
         www.facilities.vt.edu

         Schiffert Health Center                                540-231-6444
         www.healthcenter.vt.edu

         Cook Counseling Center                                 540-231-6557
         www.ucc.vt.edu

         Human Resources Hokie Wellness Center                  540-231-9331
         www.hokiewellness.hr.vt.edu

         Communications Network Services                        540-231-6780
         www.cns.vt.edu

         Human Resources ADA Services                           540-231-4638
         www.hr.vt.edu/ada
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Annex D: Emergency Information for the Classroom
The importance of emergency preparedness extends into the classroom. Students, even in higher
education settings, look to the instructor for guidance and definitive action during an emergency. Faculty
and instructors who take a few minutes at the start of each semester to familiarize their students with
basic evacuation and emergency procedures will find a peace of mind that they and their students are
prepared for an emergency.

Faculty and instructors are presented with a unique challenge in emergency planning as they travel
between buildings and classrooms delivering lectures and guiding lab activities. The following one-page
guide titled Emergency Information for Faculty and Instructors in the Classroom is intended to be carried
by the faculty/instructor to the classroom. The guide serves as a quick reference during emergencies.
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Emergency Information for Faculty and Instructors in the Classroom
Students, even in the university environment, look to the person at the front of the class as the leader of the group. Whether the
class is five students or approaching 2,000, students expect the instructor to have answers and a clear plan when an
emergency occurs.

What are my responsibilities as the instructor?
         ● Clearly cover the basic emergency procedures for the class during the first week of class (10 minutes of pre-
           planning can save lives).
          ● Know how to report an emergency from the classroom.
          ● Communicate the evacuation route and assembly area outside the building in case of evacuation.
          ● Ask students if they have emergency training such as CPR or first aid.
          ● Evacuate the classroom if a medical emergency occurs to allow emergency responders to access the victim.
          ● Persons with disabilities, who self-identify, should be able to provide information on special assistance needs if an
            emergency occurs. Persons with disabilities may need assistance leaving the building during an evacuation.
          ● Most importantly: Provide leadership if an emergency arises and follow emergency procedures for all building
            alarms and emergencies.

     How do I report an emergency?
     Report all emergencies by:
         ● Dialing 911 from a campus phone or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Program this number into your cell phone.
          ● Stating the nature of the emergency.
          ● Remaining on the line until the operator hangs up.

What should I carry with me to class?
        ● Class roster
          ● Cell phone
          ● List of important telephone numbers (i.e. department leadership, supervisors, or lab managers, if applicable)

How do I evacuate the classroom?
Evacuation routes are posted on building walls at main entrances. Know the evacuation routes for your classroom. Look for
illuminated EXIT signs in larger classrooms to determine primary and secondary exits. All fire alarms are mandatory
evacuations. Request copies of evacuation routes from EHSS.

Where do I go after evacuation?
As your class is evacuating the classroom, ensure that everyone is leaving the building. Designate an emergency assembly
area for your class outside of the building in case of evacuation. Ensure that your class knows the location and use it to account
for students during an evacuation.

What about a person with a disability?
Four options are available to evacuate a person with a mobility impairment:
          ●       Horizontal evacuation to the outside. Evacuation without using stairs.
          ●       Stairway evacuation by assisting the person to walk.
          ●       Stay in place unless danger is imminent. Report the location of the person once outside.
          ●       Area of refuge, if available.

What if there is violence or an active shooter?
          ●        Dial 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone.
          ●       Secure the classroom by locking the doors.
          ●       Block the door with desks, chairs, or tables.
          ●       Move people away from windows and behind items that protect them (desks, chairs, tables).
          ●       Treat the injured using basic first aid (apply pressure to wounds and elevate arms or legs for bleeding).
          ●       Cooperate with emergency responders.
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Annex E: Evacuation of Persons With Disabilities
The following guidelines should be reviewed by the Building Emergency Coordinator and persons with
disabilities.
In all emergencies
         ● Evacuate people with disabilities if possible.
         ● DO NOT use elevators unless authorized to do so by the fire department.
         ● If the situation is life-threatening, dial 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone.
         ● Check on persons with disabilities during an evacuation. Verify that they have been notified of
           the emergency.
        ● Attempt a rescue ONLY if the person is in imminent danger and cannot wait for emergency
          responders.
        ● Always ask a person with a disability how you can help before giving assistance. Ask how
          he/she can best be assisted or moved and whether there are any special considerations that
          you should be aware of.

For blindness and visual impairment
        ● Give verbal instructions to advise of the safest route to evacuate. Use estimated distances,
          and directional terms to assist the person.
        ● DO NOT grasp a visually impaired person’s arm. Ask if he/she desires assistance and offer to
          allow them to hold your arm while exiting.

For deafness and hearing loss
       ● Get the person’s attention by touch and eye contact. Clearly state the emergency and
         necessary next actions. Gestures and pointing are helpful, but be prepared to write
         instructions.
       ● Offer visual instructions to advise of the safest route or direction by pointing toward exits or
         evacuation maps.

For mobility impairment
       ● It may be necessary to help clear the exit route.
       ● If persons with mobility impairments cannot exit the building, they should move to safer
          locations such as stairwells or rooms with closing doors away from the hazard.
        ● Notify emergency responders immediately about any persons remaining in the building with
          mobility impairments.
        ● If persons are in imminent danger, it may be necessary to carry them if safe to do so. Always
          ask how best to move the person before trying any lifting assistance.
          Two-handed Carry                 Seated Carry
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Persons Requiring Assistance During Emergencies

List self-identified persons with disabilities who request evacuation assistance during an emergency. *

Name:
Room/Building:                                                  Phone:
Disability:
Instructions:

Name:
Room/Building:                                                  Phone:
Disability:
Instructions:

Name:
Room/Building:                                                  Phone:
Disability:
Instructions:

Name:
Room/Building:                                                  Phone:
Disability:
Instructions:

Name:
Room/Building:                                                  Phone:
Disability:
Instructions:


* DO NOT include this completed list when distributing the plan. This information is to be maintained by
the Building Emergency Coordinator and should not be shared except with those that have been
assigned to assist persons with disabilities during a building emergency.
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Annex F: Bomb Threat Checklist
                                       Bomb Threat Checklist
TELEPHONED THREAT
As soon as a telephoned bomb threat is received, the person answering the telephone should signal a fellow
employee to inform the Police Department by calling 911 or 231-6411. The person receiving the call should be
guided by the following instructions:
1. Remain calm and try to hold the caller on the phone as long as possible.
2. Record exact time and date of call.             Date:                                 Time:
3. Record the exact words of the caller.

4. If the caller is interested in talking, encourage him or her to do so by asking questions.
5. When possible, ask caller:
            a. The time the bomb is set to go off:
            b. The location of the bomb (the exact spot if possible), and why it was placed
            there: kind of explosive material in the bomb (dynamite, black powder, TNT):
            c. The
            d. How the device will be set off (timing mechanism, heat, radio, etc.):
            e. If there is any special way to identify the bomb:
6. From the voice of the caller, try to determine:
            a. Sex:
            b. Age (child, teenager, adult):
            c. Race:
            d. Accent:
            e. Any speech defects or peculiarities (lisp, stutter, slurred, etc.):
            f. What is the manner of the caller (calm, angry, emotional, etc.):
            g. Is the caller drunk or on drugs?
            h. Is the caller calm, excited, in a hurry?
            i. Does the caller seem educated or uneducated (speech habits, word use,
            language, etc.):
            j. Does the caller repeat words or phrases?
            k. Does the caller emphasize certain words?
7. Note any background noises that might help determine the origin of the call, such as:
            a. Silence
            b. Animals (dogs barking, farm noise, etc.)
            c. Street noises
            d. Airplanes (jet overhead, plane taking off, etc.)
            e. Motor running
            f. Office machines
            g. Music, television, or radio program
            h. Dishes rattling
            i. Baby crying, or
            j. People laughing, partying, etc.
8. When call is complete, notify the police department (231-6411 or 911) if it has not already been contacted. Write
down everything about the call while it is fresh in your memory. Do not discuss the call with anyone unless
authorized to do so. The police department will respond immediately. Contact the dean, director or building
supervisor and have them meet the police at a pre-determined location at the building.
9. Follow the instructions from emergency responders.
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WRITTEN THREAT
If a written threat of an explosive device or other danger is received, contact the police department immediately by
calling 231-6411 (for Blacksburg campus) or 911. The threat should never be ignored. Save all materials, including
any envelope or container. Once the message is recognized as a threat, further unnecessary handling should be
avoided. Every effort must be made to retain evidence, such as fingerprints, handwriting or typewriting, paper, and
postal marks, which are essential to tracing the threat and identifying the writer.

SUSPICIOUS DEVICE OR PACKAGE
If you receive or observe a suspicious letter or package that is unexpected or unknown with the following
characteristics:
             Excessive postage.                                        No return address.
             Misspellings of common words.                             Oily stains or discoloration.
             Excessive weight.                                         Visual distractions.
             Rigid envelope.                                           Lopsided or uneven.
             Foreign mail, airmail or special delivery.                Titles but no names.
             Hand written or poorly typed address.                     Protruding wires or tinfoil.
             Excessive securing - material such as                     A package or container found in a
             Restrictive markings such as confidential,                Incorrect titles.
From a safe location notify the police department immediately by calling 231-6411 (for Blacksburg campus) or 911.
             Move people away from the package.
             DO NOT move or open the package.
             DO NOT investigate too closely.
             DO NOT cover, insulate or place the package into a cabinet or drawer.
                                                               Emergency Action Plan   | Page 38
Annex G: Evacuation Sign-in Sheet
(Use this form to account for personnel at the emergency assembly point when a roster
is not available)

Building:
Department(s):

                                      Please Print
                                                                           Student (Sd) /
                                                                            Faculty (F) /
                                                                          Staff (Sf) / Other
            Name             Hokie ID No.    School / Unit / Department          (O)
                                                                   Emergency Action Plan   | Page 39
Annex H: Checklist for Plan Updating

      Revise Department Key Personnel directory.


      Add/Remove Department Occupied Buildings as necessary.


      Review Building Names and Locations.
          NOTE: There is likely more than one Annex to review. Add any new buildings that the
          department has occupied and delete buildings that the department has vacated. The
          department EAP should have the same number of “Annex I’s” as it has occupied
          buildings.

      Review/revise the Building Emergency Coordinator and alternate information.


      Review/revise the Emergency Preparedness Committee information.


      Review/revise the Evacuation Assembly Areas.


      Ensure that the Building Alarms information is accurate.


      Review/revise the Locations of First Aid Kits and AEDs.


      Review/revise Building Hazards and Essential Operations.


      Review/update Building Evacuation Routes as necessary.


        NOTE: Departments may contact the Fire Safety Engineer at 540-231-9068.


      Review/update Persons Requiring Assistance during Emergencies.


      Enter the revision data in the Record of Changes.


      Update your plan to the web portal at:   www.emergency.vt.edu/eap
                                                                  Emergency Action Plan   | Page 40
Insert Annex I document(s) here when publishing the plan for print. When uploading the plan to
   the EAP web portal, DO NOT add Annex I(s) after this point; they should remain as separate
                                 worksheets in the workbook.
Bldg #   Building Name                               Abbreviation   Building # & Name
289B     201 CHURCH ST.                              201CS          289B 201 CHURCH ST.
960      4-H EDUCATIONAL CENTER BUILDING #1          4HCBA          960 4-H EDUCATIONAL CENTER BUILDING #1
961      4-H EDUCATIONAL CENTER BUILDING #2          4HCBB          961 4-H EDUCATIONAL CENTER BUILDING #2
2212     AAAA SELF-STORAGE                                          2212 AAAA SELF-STORAGE
200      ACADEMIC & STUDENT AFFAIRS BUILDING         ASA            200 ACADEMIC & STUDENT AFFAIRS BUILDING
890      ADMINISTRATION BUILDING                     SPRC           890 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
2196     ADVANCED RESEARCH INSTITUTE                                2196 ADVANCED RESEARCH INSTITUTE
545      AG ENGINEERING BUILDING                     AGENG          545 AG ENGINEERING BUILDING
794A     AG. ENGINEERS STORAGE BUILDING              FDAST          794A AG. ENGINEERS STORAGE BUILDING
794      AG. ENGRS. OFFICE & MACHINE LAB             FDAGO          794 AG. ENGRS. OFFICE & MACHINE LAB
109      AGNEW HALL                                  AGNEW          109 AGNEW HALL
510      AGRONOMY EQUIPMENT SHED                     AGRON          510 AGRONOMY EQUIPMENT SHED
504A     AGRONOMY SERVICE BLDG A                                    504A AGRONOMY SERVICE BLDG A
504B     AGRONOMY SERVICE BLDG B                                    504B AGRONOMY SERVICE BLDG B
510B     AGRONOMY SERVICE BUILDING                   AGNSV          510B AGRONOMY SERVICE BUILDING
510A     AGRONOMY STORAGE SHED                       AGNS1          510A AGRONOMY STORAGE SHED
204      AIR CONDITIONING PLANT                      AIRCN          204 AIR CONDITIONING PLANT
231      AIRPORT HANGAR                              AIR            231 AIRPORT HANGAR
232      AIRPORT SHOP                                AIRSH          232 AIRPORT SHOP
224      AIRPORT TERMINAL                            AIRPT          224 AIRPORT TERMINAL
233      AIRPORT T-HANGAR                                           233 AIRPORT T-HANGAR
2085     ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE CENTER              AARCH          2085 ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE CENTER
2280     ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE CENTER II           AARC2          2280 ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE CENTER II
2281     ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE CENTER III          AARC3          2281 ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE CENTER III
554      ALPHIN-STUART ARENA                         LARNA          554 ALPHIN-STUART ARENA
479B     ALUMINUM SHEEP FEEDER BARN                  SFEED          479B ALUMINUM SHEEP FEEDER BARN
32       AMBLER JOHNSTON HALL                        AJ             32 AMBLER JOHNSTON HALL
925      AMERICAN WORKHORSE MUSEUM                                  925 AMERICAN WORKHORSE MUSEUM
589      AMPHIBIOUS LAB                                             589 AMPHIBIOUS LAB
550      ANIMAL HUSBANDRY BARN                       AHB            550 ANIMAL HUSBANDRY BARN
584      AQUACULTURE FACILITY                        AQUAC          584 AQUACULTURE FACILITY
2305     AQUACULTURE RES. & EXT. CENTER                             2305 AQUACULTURE RES. & EXT. CENTER
445      AQUATIC MEDICINE LABORATORY                                445 AQUATIC MEDICINE LABORATORY
220      AQUATICS & FISHERIES RESEARCH CENTER        AQFRC          220 AQUATICS & FISHERIES RESEARCH CENTER
548      ARCH DEMO & RESEARCH FACILITY               ADRF           548 ARCH DEMO & RESEARCH FACILITY
368      ARCHITECTURE ANNEX [old high school bldg]   AA             368 ARCHITECTURE ANNEX [old high school bldg]
269      ARMORY                                      ARMRY          269 ARMORY
196      ART AND DESIGN LEARNING CENTER              ART C          196 ART AND DESIGN LEARNING CENTER
481B     BALED HAY STORAGE/FEEDER                    BHSF           481B BALED HAY STORAGE/FEEDER
2351     BANKS APARTMENT                                            2351 BANKS APARTMENT
501      BARN                                        BARNM          501 BARN
873      BARN                                                       873 BARN
1317     BARN [NM]                                                  1317 BARN [NM]
709      BARN NO. 1                                  CTBRN          709 BARN NO. 1
712      BARN NO. 2                                                 712 BARN NO. 2
26       BARRINGER HALL                              BAR            26 BARRINGER HALL
460    BATTERY HOUSE                                        460 BATTERY HOUSE
601    BATTERY HOUSE                                        601 BATTERY HOUSE
229    BIOBASED MATERIALS PROCESSING LAB            BIOMP   229 BIOBASED MATERIALS PROCESSING LAB
119    BIOINFORMATICS FACILITY PHASE 1              BIOI1   119 BIOINFORMATICS FACILITY PHASE 1
120    BIOINFORMATICS FACILITY PHASE 2              BIOI2   120 BIOINFORMATICS FACILITY PHASE 2
173    BISHOP-FAVRAO HALL                           BFH     173 BISHOP-FAVRAO HALL
2025   BLACKSBURG POST OFFICE                       BBPO    2025 BLACKSBURG POST OFFICE
588    BOAT STORAGE BUILDING                                588 BOAT STORAGE BUILDING
1109   BOILER HOUSE                                         1109 BOILER HOUSE
606    BREEDING AND LAYING HOUSE                    BRLY    606 BREEDING AND LAYING HOUSE
230    BRICK BUILDING AT AIRPORT                            230 BRICK BUILDING AT AIRPORT
850    BRICK DWELLING [office]                      SVRC    850 BRICK DWELLING [office]
1300   BRICK RANCH DWELLING [Adams]                         1300 BRICK RANCH DWELLING [Adams]
2119   BRIDGE SAW BUILDING [temp. bldg]             QSAW    2119 BRIDGE SAW BUILDING [temp. bldg]
5      BRODIE HALL                                  BRO     5 BRODIE HALL
602    BROODER AND HATCHERY                         BROOD   602 BROODER AND HATCHERY
457    BROODER HOUSE                                PRC     457 BROODER HOUSE
270    BUILDING 270 [Psych Serv. Center Annex]      PSCA    270 BUILDING 270 [Psych Serv. Center Annex]
270C   BUILDING 270C [Randolph Annex]               B270C   270C BUILDING 270C [Randolph Annex]
270E   BUILDING 270E [Vet. Med. Mod. Lab]           B270E   270E BUILDING 270E [Vet. Med. Mod. Lab]
270F   BUILDING 270F [Facilities]                   B270F   270F BUILDING 270F [Facilities]
270G   BUILDING 270G [A&S Admin]                    ASAB    270G BUILDING 270G [A&S Admin]
270H   BUILDING 270H [Dairy Sciences Mod. Office]   B270H   270H BUILDING 270H [Dairy Sciences Mod. Office]
270J   BUILDING 270J [Univ. Police Annex]           B270J   270J BUILDING 270J [Univ. Police Annex]
484    BULL BARN                                    BULLB   484 BULL BARN
469B   BUNKER SILOS                                         469B BUNKER SILOS
171    BURCHARD HALL                                BURCH   171 BURCHARD HALL
176    BURRUSS HALL                                 BUR     176 BURRUSS HALL
795    BUTLER BLDG AT HOLLAND FARM [Peanut eval]            795 BUTLER BLDG AT HOLLAND FARM [Peanut eva
433M   BUTLER BUILDING                              PPGRK   433M BUTLER BUILDING
796    BUTLER BUILDING - MULTI-EVENT BUILDING               796 BUTLER BUILDING - MULTI-EVENT BUILDING
433N   BUTLER BUILDING HERBICIDE STORAGE            PPGRL   433N BUTLER BUILDING HERBICIDE STORAGE
453    CAGE LAYER HOUSE                                     453 CAGE LAYER HOUSE
470    CALAN FEED BARN                                      470 CALAN FEED BARN
483    CALF BARN                                    CALFB   483 CALF BARN
440L   CALF BARN WITH SLATE FLOOR                           440L CALF BARN WITH SLATE FLOOR
867    CALVING SHED [near bldg 858]                         867 CALVING SHED [near bldg 858]
868    CALVING SHED [near Rt. 918]                          868 CALVING SHED [near Rt. 918]
553    CAMPBELL ARENA [EQUIPMENT SHED]              CARNA   553 CAMPBELL ARENA [EQUIPMENT SHED]
36     CAMPBELL HALL                                CAM     36 CAMPBELL HALL
2380   CAPRI BUILDING                               CAPRI   2380 CAPRI BUILDING
177    CAROL M. NEWMAN LIBRARY                      LIBR    177 CAROL M. NEWMAN LIBRARY
187    CASSELL COLISEUM                             COL     187 CASSELL COLISEUM
741    CATTLE BARN NO. 5                                    741 CATTLE BARN NO. 5
857    CATTLE FEEDING SHED                                  857 CATTLE FEEDING SHED
1329   CATTLE HANDLING FACILITY                             1329 CATTLE HANDLING FACILITY
745    CATTLE/SHEEP BARN                                    745 CATTLE/SHEEP BARN
737    CBI RIVERSIDE - CARILION                          737 CBI RIVERSIDE - CARILION
547    CE STRUCTURAL TESTING LAB                 CESTL   547 CE STRUCTURAL TESTING LAB
2461   CENTRAL DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE                 2461 CENTRAL DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE
72     CENTRAL SERVICES                          SPCCS   72 CENTRAL SERVICES
892    CHEMICAL STORAGE BUILDING                 BLTCH   892 CHEMICAL STORAGE BUILDING
235    CHEMICAL WASTE STORAGE BUILDING                   235 CHEMICAL WASTE STORAGE BUILDING
482C   CHOPPED HAY FEEDER - C                            482C CHOPPED HAY FEEDER - C
482D   CHOPPED HAY FEEDER - D                            482D CHOPPED HAY FEEDER - D
482    CHOREBOY BARN                             LOAFB   482 CHOREBOY BARN
482E   CHOREBOY FEED TROUGH                              482E CHOREBOY FEED TROUGH
2510   CHRISTIANSBURG AQUATIC CENTER             CAQC    2510 CHRISTIANSBURG AQUATIC CENTER
816    CINDER BLK. FARM MANAGER'S DWELLING       MDLFM   816 CINDER BLK. FARM MANAGER'S DWELLING
440A   CINDER BLOCK CHICKEN HOUSE                        440A CINDER BLOCK CHICKEN HOUSE
820    CINDER BLOCK DWELLING                     MDLBD   820 CINDER BLOCK DWELLING
808    CINDER BLOCK HEIFER BUILDING & CALF BARN  MDLHF   808 CINDER BLOCK HEIFER BUILDING & CALF BARN
818    CINDER BLOCK SMART DWELLING               MDLSD   818 CINDER BLOCK SMART DWELLING
677    CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB ANNEX                       677 CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB ANNEX
676    CIVIL ENGINEERING METAL BLDG                      676 CIVIL ENGINEERING METAL BLDG
823    CLINIC/ADMIN BUILDING                             823 CLINIC/ADMIN BUILDING
781    CLOSED ENVIRONMENTAL BUILDING             TSEB    781 CLOSED ENVIRONMENTAL BUILDING
38     COCHRANE HALL                             CHRNE   38 COCHRANE HALL
511A   COLLEGE FARM MACHINE SHED                         511A COLLEGE FARM MACHINE SHED
2315   COLLEGIATE SQUARE                         COLSQ   2315 COLLEGIATE SQUARE
2316   COLLEGIATE SQUARE TWO                     COLS2   2316 COLLEGIATE SQUARE TWO
469C   COMMODITIES SHED                                  469C COMMODITIES SHED
2220   COMMONWEALTH ENTERPRISES STORAGE                  2220 COMMONWEALTH ENTERPRISES STORAGE
894    COMPARTMENT CURING BARN                   BLCCB   894 COMPARTMENT CURING BARN
1318   CONCRETE TRENCH SILOS [NM]                        1318 CONCRETE TRENCH SILOS [NM]
893E   CONDITIONED BARN                                  893E CONDITIONED BARN
893F   CONDITIONED BARN                                  893F CONDITIONED BARN
893G   CONDITIONED BARN                                  893G CONDITIONED BARN
893H   CONDITIONED BARN                                  893H CONDITIONED BARN
608    CONTAINMENT POND                                  608 CONTAINMENT POND
803    CORN HOUSE AND MACHINERY SHED             MDLCN   803 CORN HOUSE AND MACHINERY SHED
2390   CORNER PROPERTIES                         CPROP   2390 CORNER PROPERTIES
620    CORPORATE RESEARCH CENTER LOCATION        CRC     620 CORPORATE RESEARCH CENTER LOCATION
829    COVERED OPEN STALL BARN                           829 COVERED OPEN STALL BARN
172    COWGILL HALL                              CO      172 COWGILL HALL
285    CPAP [Neily Bldg] [Thomas-Conner Hse]     CPAP    285 CPAP [Neily Bldg] [Thomas-Conner Hse]
272    CRANWELL INTERNATIONAL CENTER             CIC     272 CRANWELL INTERNATIONAL CENTER
912    CREAMERY                                          912 CREAMERY
441A   CTR FOR MOLECULAR MED& INFECTIOUS DISEASESCMMID   441A CTR FOR MOLECULAR MED& INFECTIOUS DIS
755    DAVE GROUBERS TRAILER                     RAD A   755 DAVE GROUBERS TRAILER
156    DAVIDSON HALL                             DAV     156 DAVIDSON HALL
586    DEER PENS                                 DEER    586 DEER PENS
911    DENNING SPRINGS                                   911 DENNING SPRINGS
155    DERRING HALL                              DER     155 DERRING HALL
2403   DIEGO [European Architecture Studies]               2403 DIEGO [European Architecture Studies]
189    DIETRICK HALL                               DTRIK   189 DIETRICK HALL
1102   DIRECTOR'S RESIDENCE                                1102 DIRECTOR'S RESIDENCE
141    DRY RENDERING FACILITY                      DRF     141 DRY RENDERING FACILITY
472    DRY STACK MANURE BARN                               472 DRY STACK MANURE BARN
492    DRY STACK MANURE BARN                               492 DRY STACK MANURE BARN
126    DURHAM HALL                                 DURHM   126 DURHAM HALL
290    ECOSYSTEM SIMULATION LAB                    ESL     290 ECOSYSTEM SIMULATION LAB
22     EGGLESTON HALL                              EGG     22 EGGLESTON HALL
894A   ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN                           894A ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN
894B   ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN                           894B ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN
894C   ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN                           894C ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN
894D   ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN                           894D ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN
894E   ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN                           894E ELECTRIC COMPARTMENT BARN
223    ELECTRIC SERVICE FACILITY                   ESF     223 ELECTRIC SERVICE FACILITY
223A   ELECTRIC SERVICE SHED                               223A ELECTRIC SERVICE SHED
110    ENGEL HALL                                  ENGEL   110 ENGEL HALL
185D   ENGLISH BASEBALL FIELD & PRESSBOX           ENGLF   185D ENGLISH BASEBALL FIELD & PRESSBOX
185M   ENGLISH FIELD INDOOR BATTING FACILTIY       IBATF   185M ENGLISH FIELD INDOOR BATTING FACILTIY
481C   ENSILAGE FEEDER                             ENSF1   481C ENSILAGE FEEDER
664    ENTOMOLOGY GREENHOUSE                               664 ENTOMOLOGY GREENHOUSE
594    ENTOMOLOGY LEONARD METAL BUILDING                   594 ENTOMOLOGY LEONARD METAL BUILDING
651A   ENTOMOLOGY TRAILER                                  651A ENTOMOLOGY TRAILER
607    ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH LAB          ESRL    607 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH LAB
913A   EQUIP/AG STRUCTURE #1                               913A EQUIP/AG STRUCTURE #1
913B   EQUIP/AG STRUCTURE #2                               913B EQUIP/AG STRUCTURE #2
827    EQUIPMENT BARN                                      827 EQUIPMENT BARN
1331   EQUIPMENT BARN                                      1331 EQUIPMENT BARN
485    EQUIPMENT SHED                              DARYS   485 EQUIPMENT SHED
486    EQUIPMENT SHED                                      486 EQUIPMENT SHED
718    EQUIPMENT SHED                                      718 EQUIPMENT SHED
905    EQUIPMENT SHED                                      905 EQUIPMENT SHED
1034   EQUIPMENT SHED                                      1034 EQUIPMENT SHED
490B   EQUIPMENT SHED                                      490B EQUIPMENT SHED
510C   EQUIPMENT SHED                              AGNS2   510C EQUIPMENT SHED
185J   EQUIPMENT STORAGE BUILDING                          185J EQUIPMENT STORAGE BUILDING
553A   EQUITATION BARN                                     553A EQUITATION BARN
2035   EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE STUDIES CENTER                2035 EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE STUDIES CENTER
668B   EUS DESIGN LAB AND OFFICE [trailer]         EUS D   668B EUS DESIGN LAB AND OFFICE [trailer]
668A   EUS STRUCTURAL LAB ANNEX                            668A EUS STRUCTURAL LAB ANNEX
880    EXPERIMENT BUILDING & MACHINE SHED                  880 EXPERIMENT BUILDING & MACHINE SHED
284    EXTENSION DIVISION PUBLICATIONS BLDG        EXT     284 EXTENSION DIVISION PUBLICATIONS BLDG
740    FAMILY DWELLING                                     740 FAMILY DWELLING
2400   FANGHANEL [European Architecture Studies]           2400 FANGHANEL [European Architecture Studies]
1313   FARM SHOP BUILDING [NM]                             1313 FARM SHOP BUILDING [NM]
1327   FEED LOT                                            1327 FEED LOT
856    FEED MILL & BEEF CATTLE FEEDING UNITS       FMFU    856 FEED MILL & BEEF CATTLE FEEDING UNITS
775    FEED STORAGE AND CURING                      TFSC    775 FEED STORAGE AND CURING
480    FEEDER PEN                                   FEEDP   480 FEEDER PEN
783    FEEDER PIG SHED                              TSPIG   783 FEEDER PIG SHED
1304   FEEDER SHED [Adams]                                  1304 FEEDER SHED [Adams]
713    FEEDING PENS                                 CTFP    713 FEEDING PENS
13     FEMOYER HALL                                 FEM     13 FEMOYER HALL
2393   FERRARI 15 [European Architecture Studies]           2393 FERRARI 15 [European Architecture Studies]
863    FERTILIZER BUILDING                          FERTB   863 FERTILIZER BUILDING
539    FIBER & ELECTRO-OPTICS RESEARCH CENTER       FEOPT   539 FIBER & ELECTRO-OPTICS RESEARCH CENTER
591    FIBER OPTICS DRAW TOWER                      FODT    591 FIBER OPTICS DRAW TOWER
673    FIBERGLASS FACILITY                                  673 FIBERGLASS FACILITY
897    FIELD SERVICES HEADQUARTERS                  BLFSH   897 FIELD SERVICES HEADQUARTERS
584A   FISHERIES GREENHOUSE                                 584A FISHERIES GREENHOUSE
440D   FIVE CHICKEN COOPS                                   440D FIVE CHICKEN COOPS
895A   FLUE-CURING TOBACCO BARN                             895A FLUE-CURING TOBACCO BARN
895B   FLUE-CURING TOBACCO BARN                             895B FLUE-CURING TOBACCO BARN
123    FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LAB              FST     123 FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LAB
187B   FOOTBALL LOCKER ROOM                         FBLKR   187B FOOTBALL LOCKER ROOM
185K   FOOTBALL PRACTICE FIELDS                             185K FOOTBALL PRACTICE FIELDS
583    FORESTRY & WILDLIFE STORAGE                  HOOTW   583 FORESTRY & WILDLIFE STORAGE
124V   FORESTRY SHED                                        124V FORESTRY SHED
622    FOUNDERS RESEARCH BUILDING                   CRCIN   622 FOUNDERS RESEARCH BUILDING
595    FOUNDRY [geology sto.]                               595 FOUNDRY [geology sto.]
111    FRALIN BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER                  FRALN   111 FRALIN BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER
800    FRAME 1-FAMILY MAIN DWELLING                 MIDDL   800 FRAME 1-FAMILY MAIN DWELLING
801    FRAME 1-FAMILY TENANT DWELLING               MDLTN   801 FRAME 1-FAMILY TENANT DWELLING
1306   FRAME BARN [Adams]                                   1306 FRAME BARN [Adams]
807    FRAME BEEF BARN                              MDLBF   807 FRAME BEEF BARN
1310   FRAME HAY SHED [Adams]                               1310 FRAME HAY SHED [Adams]
473    FREE STALL BARN                              FSBRN   473 FREE STALL BARN
193    G. BURKE JOHNSTON STUDENT CTR                GBJ     193 G. BURKE JOHNSTON STUDENT CTR
1107   GARAGE AND APARTMENT                                 1107 GARAGE AND APARTMENT
813    GARAGE AND GRANARY [fertilizer storage]      MDLGG   813 GARAGE AND GRANARY [fertilizer storage]
1108   GARAGE AND SHOP                                      1108 GARAGE AND SHOP
702    GARAGE NO. 1                                 CTWBB   702 GARAGE NO. 1
626    GARVIN INNOVATION CENTER                     CRCR3   626 GARVIN INNOVATION CENTER
919    GAZEBO                                               919 GAZEBO
885    GENERAL PURPOSE BUILDING                             885 GENERAL PURPOSE BUILDING
590    GEOLOGY STORAGE BUILDING                     GEOSB   590 GEOLOGY STORAGE BUILDING
333    GEOTECHNICAL LABORATORY FACILITY             GEOTL   333 GEOTECHNICAL LABORATORY FACILITY
440    GOAT BARN                                            440 GOAT BARN
295    GOLF COURSE CLUBHOUSE                        GC      295 GOLF COURSE CLUBHOUSE
436    GOLF COURSE GARAGE [brick]                   GCG     436 GOLF COURSE GARAGE [brick]
251    GRADUATE LIFE CENTER AT DONALDSON BROWN      GLCDB   251 GRADUATE LIFE CENTER AT DONALDSON BROW
483A   GRAIN BIN                                            483A GRAIN BIN
491A   GRAIN BIN                                            491A GRAIN BIN
491B   GRAIN BIN                                            491B GRAIN BIN
492A    GRAIN TANK                                          492A GRAIN TANK
552     GRANARY                                             552 GRANARY
744     GRANARY                                     GRNY2   744 GRANARY
749     GRANARY                                             749 GRANARY
1032B   GRANARY                                             1032B GRANARY
2395    GRANDE 11 [European Architecture Studies]           2395 GRANDE 11 [European Architecture Studies]
2015    GRAVES/MACINTOSH PROGRAM                    GMP     2015 GRAVES/MACINTOSH PROGRAM
2404    GRAZIELLA [European Architecture Studies]           2404 GRAZIELLA [European Architecture Studies]
124     GREENHOUSE                                  GH      124 GREENHOUSE
651     GREENHOUSE                                          651 GREENHOUSE
669     GREENHOUSE                                  GH669   669 GREENHOUSE
751     GREENHOUSE                                          751 GREENHOUSE
879     GREENHOUSE                                          879 GREENHOUSE
901     GREENHOUSE                                          901 GREENHOUSE
902     GREENHOUSE                                          902 GREENHOUSE
1030A   GREENHOUSE                                          1030A GREENHOUSE
897A    GREENHOUSE                                  BLGR1   897A GREENHOUSE
903A    GREENHOUSE                                          903A GREENHOUSE
903B    GREENHOUSE                                          903B GREENHOUSE
1113    GREENHOUSE #1                                       1113 GREENHOUSE #1
1114    GREENHOUSE #2                                       1114 GREENHOUSE #2
772A    GREENHOUSE A                                TSGA    772A GREENHOUSE A
124F    GREENHOUSE F1                               GH F1   124F GREENHOUSE F1
124E    GREENHOUSE F2                               GH F2   124E GREENHOUSE F2
124D    GREENHOUSE F3                               GH F3   124D GREENHOUSE F3
124C    GREENHOUSE F4                               GH F4   124C GREENHOUSE F4
124B    GREENHOUSE F5                               GH F5   124B GREENHOUSE F5
124A    GREENHOUSE F6                               GH F6   124A GREENHOUSE F6
124G    GREENHOUSE F7                               GH F7   124G GREENHOUSE F7
124H    GREENHOUSE F8                               GH F8   124H GREENHOUSE F8
862     GRIST MILL                                  GRIST   862 GRIST MILL
241     GROUNDS BUILDING                            GRNDS   241 GROUNDS BUILDING
604     GROWING HOUSE NO. 1                         TRKG1   604 GROWING HOUSE NO. 1
605     GROWING HOUSE NO. 2                         TRKG2   605 GROWING HOUSE NO. 2
804     GUNNISON DWELLING NO. 1 [pre-fab]           MDLGN   804 GUNNISON DWELLING NO. 1 [pre-fab]
815     GUNNISON DWELLING NO. 2 [pre-fab]           MDLG2   815 GUNNISON DWELLING NO. 2 [pre-fab]
814     GUNNISON DWELLING NO. 3 [pre-fab]           MDLG3   814 GUNNISON DWELLING NO. 3 [pre-fab]
158     HAHN HALL - NORTH WING                      HAHNN   158 HAHN HALL - NORTH WING
157     HAHN HALL - SOUTH WING                      HAHNS   157 HAHN HALL - SOUTH WING
197     HAHN-HURST BASKETBALL PRACTICE FACILITY     BBPF    197 HAHN-HURST BASKETBALL PRACTICE FACILITY
781A    HALF-OPEN SHED                              TSHS    781A HALF-OPEN SHED
42      HARPER HALL                                 HARP    42 HARPER HALL
916     HAY BARN                                            916 HAY BARN
469A    HAY BARN                                            469A HAY BARN
439     HAY DRYING SHED                                     439 HAY DRYING SHED
508     HAY SHED [in woods behind Moore Farm]       HAYS    508 HAY SHED [in woods behind Moore Farm]
828     HAY STORAGE SHED                                    828 HAY STORAGE SHED
898J    HAYGROVE TUNNEL                                 898J HAYGROVE TUNNEL
625B    HEADEND FACILITY [FIBERGLASS]                   625B HEADEND FACILITY [FIBERGLASS]
790     HEADHOUSE & STORAGE BLDG                TSFED   790 HEADHOUSE & STORAGE BLDG
1104    HEADHOUSE/GREENHOUSE                            1104 HEADHOUSE/GREENHOUSE
1105    HEADHOUSE/GREENHOUSE                            1105 HEADHOUSE/GREENHOUSE
1214    HEADHOUSE/GREENHOUSE                            1214 HEADHOUSE/GREENHOUSE
459     HEALTH & SAFETY BUILDING                HSBLD   459 HEALTH & SAFETY BUILDING
179A    HENDERSON HALL                          HEND    179A HENDERSON HALL
179     HENDERSON HALL HOSPITAL                 HOSP    179 HENDERSON HALL HOSPITAL
54      HILLCREST HALL                          HILL    54 HILLCREST HALL
540     HOG BARN                                HOG     540 HOG BARN
439A    HOG BUILDING                                    439A HOG BUILDING
540A    HOG FEED SHED                           HOGFE   540A HOG FEED SHED
130     HOLDEN HALL                             HOLD    130 HOLDEN HALL
439C    HOLDING BUILDING                                439C HOLDING BUILDING
440M    HOLDING PEN                                     440M HOLDING PEN
440N    HOLDING PEN                                     440N HOLDING PEN
250A    HOLTZMAN ALUMNI CENTER                  HOLTZ   250A HOLTZMAN ALUMNI CENTER
480B    HORSE BARN                              HORSE   480B HORSE BARN
1315    HORSE BARN [NM]                                 1315 HORSE BARN [NM]
1001    HORTON AIR POLLUTION LAB                AP LB   1001 HORTON AIR POLLUTION LAB
1000    HORTON AQUATIC LAB                      AQLB    1000 HORTON AQUATIC LAB
2050    HOTEL ROANOKE AND CONFERENCE CENTER             2050 HOTEL ROANOKE AND CONFERENCE CENTER
487C    HOUSE TRAILER                                   487C HOUSE TRAILER
623     HUNTER ANDREWS INFORMATION SYSTEMS BLDG ISB     623 HUNTER ANDREWS INFORMATION SYSTEMS B
103     HUTCHESON HALL                          HUTCH   103 HUTCHESON HALL
1032C   ICE HOUSE                                       1032C ICE HOUSE
639     ICTAS A                                 CRCIA   639 ICTAS A
116     ICTAS II                                ICTS2   116 ICTAS II
593     ILLUMINATION DOME                               593 ILLUMINATION DOME
246     I-LOT SHACK                             ILOT    246 I-LOT SHACK
742     IMPLEMENT AND MACHINERY SHED                    742 IMPLEMENT AND MACHINERY SHED
1110    IMPLEMENT SHED                                  1110 IMPLEMENT SHED
1216    IMPLEMENT SHED                                  1216 IMPLEMENT SHED
226     INCINERATOR                             INCIN   226 INCINERATOR
183     INDOOR TENNIS COURTS                    TC      183 INDOOR TENNIS COURTS
142     INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESEARCH FACILITY    IDRF    142 INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESEARCH FACILITY
1220    INSECTARY                                       1220 INSECTARY
125     INSECTARY BLDG                          INS     125 INSECTARY BLDG
2462    INST. FOR ADV. LEARNING & RES.                  2462 INST. FOR ADV. LEARNING & RES.
129     INST. FOR CRITICAL TECH. & APPLIED SCI. ICTAS   129 INST. FOR CRITICAL TECH. & APPLIED SCI.
271     INST. FOR POLICY RESEARCH               IPRES   271 INST. FOR POLICY RESEARCH
640     INTEGRATED LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING       ILSB    640 INTEGRATED LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING
1219    IRRIGATION BUILDING                             1219 IRRIGATION BUILDING
900     IRRIGATION PUMPING STATION              BLIPS   900 IRRIGATION PUMPING STATION
921     ISOLATION BARN                                  921 ISOLATION BARN
537A    ISOLATION UNIT                                  537A ISOLATION UNIT
2111    IVY GARDEN APARTMENTS                                2111 IVY GARDEN APARTMENTS
133C    JOHN W. HANCOCK JR.HALL                      HAN     133C JOHN W. HANCOCK JR.HALL
28      JOHNSON HALL                                 JOHN    28 JOHNSON HALL
551     JUDGING PAVILION                             AJPAV   551 JUDGING PAVILION
112     JULIAN CHEATHAM HALL                         JCH     112 JULIAN CHEATHAM HALL
667     KAISER ALUMINUM BUILDING                     KALUM   667 KAISER ALUMINUM BUILDING
2490    KENT SQUARE                                  KENT    2490 KENT SQUARE
2491    KENT SQUARE II                               KENT2   2491 KENT SQUARE II
1312    KENTLAND BRICK HOUSE [NM]                            1312 KENTLAND BRICK HOUSE [NM]
2415    KING STREET BUILDING                                 2415 KING STREET BUILDING
1032A   KITCHEN                                              1032A KITCHEN
2070    KMART                                        KMART   2070 KMART
334     KROEHLING ADV. MATERIALS FOUNDRY [VT-FIRE]   KAMF    334 KROEHLING ADV. MATERIALS FOUNDRY [VT-FI
1213    LABORER'S DWELLING                                   1213 LABORER'S DWELLING
1       LANE HALL                                    LANE    1 LANE HALL
185     LANE STADIUM                                 STAD    185 LANE STADIUM
185F    LANE STADIUM TICKET BOOTH SOUTH                      185F LANE STADIUM TICKET BOOTH SOUTH
1030C   LATH HOUSE                                           1030C LATH HOUSE
113     LATHAM HALL                                  LATH    113 LATHAM HALL
456     LAYING HOUSE NO. 1                                   456 LAYING HOUSE NO. 1
1033    LEARNING CENTER LABORATORY                           1033 LEARNING CENTER LABORATORY
30      LEE HALL                                     LEE     30 LEE HALL
893J    LESTER BARN                                          893J LESTER BARN
175     LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING                        LARTS   175 LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING
225     LIBRARY STORAGE FACILITY                     LIBSF   225 LIBRARY STORAGE FACILITY
121     LIFE SCIENCES I FACILITY                     LFSCI   121 LIFE SCIENCES I FACILITY
118     LITTON-REAVES HALL                           LITRV   118 LITTON-REAVES HALL
858     LIVESTOCK WEIGHING SHED                      LVWS    858 LIVESTOCK WEIGHING SHED
481     LOAFING BARN                                 LOAF4   481 LOAFING BARN
810     LOAFING BARN                                 MDLLF   810 LOAFING BARN
865     LOG BATHROOM BUILDING [near bldg 850]                865 LOG BATHROOM BUILDING [near bldg 850]
275A    LOG HOUSE AT DUCK POND                               275A LOG HOUSE AT DUCK POND
2354    LYNCH APARTMENT                                      2354 LYNCH APARTMENT
1326    MACHINE SHED & SHOP [in orchard]                     1326 MACHINE SHED & SHOP [in orchard]
855     MACHINERY SHED                                       855 MACHINERY SHED
787     MACHINERY SHED AND SHOP                      TSMCH   787 MACHINERY SHED AND SHOP
788     MACHINERY STORAGE SHED                               788 MACHINERY STORAGE SHED
490A    MACHINERY STORAGE SHED/FEED PENS                     490A MACHINERY STORAGE SHED/FEED PENS
852     MAIN BARN                                            852 MAIN BARN
771     MAIN OFFICE AND LAB BUILDING                 TRC     771 MAIN OFFICE AND LAB BUILDING
881     MAIN OFFICE AND LABORATORY                           881 MAIN OFFICE AND LABORATORY
918     MAINTENANCE SHED                                     918 MAINTENANCE SHED
7       MAJOR WILLIAMS HALL                          MAJWM   7 MAJOR WILLIAMS HALL
1305    MANURE SHED [Adams]                                  1305 MANURE SHED [Adams]
1328    MANURE STORAGE FACILITY                              1328 MANURE STORAGE FACILITY
866     MANURE STORAGE/CATTLE SHED [near bldg 856]           866 MANURE STORAGE/CATTLE SHED [near bldg 8
910     MARION DUPONT EQUINE MEDICAL CTR                     910 MARION DUPONT EQUINE MEDICAL CTR
461     MATERIALS MANAGEMENT FACILITY               MMF     461 MATERIALS MANAGEMENT FACILITY
2190    MATH EMPORIUM                               EMPOR   2190 MATH EMPORIUM
151     MCBRYDE HALL                                MCB     151 MCBRYDE HALL
191     MCCOMAS HALL                                MCCOM   191 MCCOMAS HALL
185L    MCCOMAS SOCCER FIELD PRESS BOX              MSFPB   185L MCCOMAS SOCCER FIELD PRESS BOX
860     MCCORMICK MUSEUM [log]                      MCCOR   860 MCCORMICK MUSEUM [log]
2342    MCGEHEE/QUINN APARTMENTS                            2342 MCGEHEE/QUINN APARTMENTS
625C    MCI HUT [FIBERGLASS]                                625C MCI HUT [FIBERGLASS]
369     MEDIA ANNEX [old ag bldg]                   TVFLM   369 MEDIA ANNEX [old ag bldg]
370     MEDIA BUILDING [old elem. school]           MEDIA   370 MEDIA BUILDING [old elem. school]
187A    MERRYMAN ATHLETIC FACILITY                  MRYMN   187A MERRYMAN ATHLETIC FACILITY
543     METABOLISM BUILDING                                 543 METABOLISM BUILDING
821     METABOLISM POLE BUILDING                    MDLPM   821 METABOLISM POLE BUILDING
144     METAL BARN                                          144 METAL BARN
832     METAL BARN & LECTURE HALL [Curtis Bldg.]    CURTI   832 METAL BARN & LECTURE HALL [Curtis Bldg.]
206     METAL BLDG AT SUBSTATION 2                  SUBS2   206 METAL BLDG AT SUBSTATION 2
1316    METAL CORN BINS [NM]                                1316 METAL CORN BINS [NM]
135B    METAL EQUIPMENT SHED [Maintenance Bldg]     MEQSD   135B METAL EQUIPMENT SHED [Maintenance Bldg
717     METAL FEEDER                                CTMF    717 METAL FEEDER
876     METAL GARAGE                                        876 METAL GARAGE
877     METAL PUMP HOUSE                                    877 METAL PUMP HOUSE
480A    METAL STORAGE BUILDING                      MSB     480A METAL STORAGE BUILDING
1324    METAL STORAGE BUILDING [in orchard]                 1324 METAL STORAGE BUILDING [in orchard]
185B    METAL STORAGE BUILDING AT PRACTICE FIELDS   MSPRT   185B METAL STORAGE BUILDING AT PRACTICE FIEL
135A    METAL STORAGE SHED                                  135A METAL STORAGE SHED
27      MILES HALL                                  MILES   27 MILES HALL
203     MILITARY BUILDING / LAUNDRY                 MIL     203 MILITARY BUILDING / LAUNDRY
1032D   MILK HOUSE                                          1032D MILK HOUSE
479     MILKING BARN                                MLKBN   479 MILKING BARN
809     MILKING BARN AND MILK HOUSE                 MDLMK   809 MILKING BARN AND MILK HOUSE
474     MILKING CENTER                              MILKC   474 MILKING CENTER
707     MILKING PARLOR                              CTWBG   707 MILKING PARLOR
481A    MILKING PARLOR                              MLKP1   481A MILKING PARLOR
1303    MILKING PARLOR [Adams]                              1303 MILKING PARLOR [Adams]
2343    MILLER APARTMENTS                                   2343 MILLER APARTMENTS
139     MINING AND MINERALS LAB                     MMLAB   139 MINING AND MINERALS LAB
1314    MISCELLANEOUS SHEDS [NM]                            1314 MISCELLANEOUS SHEDS [NM]
950     MOBILE TRAILER                              APCO    950 MOBILE TRAILER
2394    MOLINARI [European Architecture Studies]            2394 MOLINARI [European Architecture Studies]
587     MOLLUSK RESEARCH BUILDING                   MOLSK   587 MOLLUSK RESEARCH BUILDING
8       MONTEITH HALL                               MON     8 MONTEITH HALL
308     MOORE HOUSE [Psych Services Center]         PSC     308 MOORE HOUSE [Psych Services Center]
2352    MORRIS APARTMENTS                                   2352 MORRIS APARTMENTS
240     MOTOR POOL                                  MPOOL   240 MOTOR POOL
446     MULTIDISCIPLINE LAB                                 446 MULTIDISCIPLINE LAB
2131    NATIONAL INST. OF AEROSPACE ASSOC.                  2131 NATIONAL INST. OF AEROSPACE ASSOC.
511     NEW AGRONOMY MACHINE SHED                   AGNS3   511 NEW AGRONOMY MACHINE SHED
488    NEW BULL BARN                                 488 NEW BULL BARN
778    NEW FARROWING BUILDING                TSNFB   778 NEW FARROWING BUILDING
596    NEW GEOLOGY STORAGE BUILDING                  596 NEW GEOLOGY STORAGE BUILDING
55     NEW HALL WEST                         NHW     55 NEW HALL WEST
898    NEW HEADHOUSE WITH TWO GREENHOUSE WINGS       898 NEW HEADHOUSE WITH TWO GREENHOUSE W
489    NEW HEIFER BARN                               489 NEW HEIFER BARN
243    NEW PUMP HOUSE AT DUCK POND                   243 NEW PUMP HOUSE AT DUCK POND
40     NEW RESIDENCE HALL EAST - PAYNE SITE  NRHE    40 NEW RESIDENCE HALL EAST - PAYNE SITE
859    NEW TENANT HOUSE                              859 NEW TENANT HOUSE
24     NEWMAN HALL                           NEW     24 NEWMAN HALL
485A   NITROGEN TANK                                 485A NITROGEN TANK
132    NORRIS HALL                           NOR     132 NORRIS HALL
2167   NOTHERN DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE             2167 NOTHERN DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE
2441   NW DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE                  2441 NW DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE
160    OBSERVATORY                           OBSRV   160 OBSERVATORY
1003   OBSERVATORY                                   1003 OBSERVATORY
725                                          OCCWR
       OCCOQUAN WATERSHED MONITORING LABORATORY      725 OCCOQUAN WATERSHED MONITORING LABOR
812    OFFICE AND LAB                        MDLAB   812 OFFICE AND LAB
1101   OFFICE AND LAB                                1101 OFFICE AND LAB
1211   OFFICE AND LAB                                1211 OFFICE AND LAB
878    OFFICE AND LABORATORY                         878 OFFICE AND LABORATORY
743    OFFICE BUILDING                       SWVRS   743 OFFICE BUILDING
830    OFFICE BUILDING [Neil Bldg.]          PRS     830 OFFICE BUILDING [Neil Bldg.]
135C   OFFICE TRAILER                                135C OFFICE TRAILER
1030   OFFICE-DORM-LAB COMPLEX               RHRC    1030 OFFICE-DORM-LAB COMPLEX
205    OIL STORAGE PUMP HOUSE                OSP     205 OIL STORAGE PUMP HOUSE
482B   OLD CALAN FEED AREA                   ENSF2   482B OLD CALAN FEED AREA
482A   OLD CALAN FEED MIX BARN               MLKP2   482A OLD CALAN FEED MIX BARN
777    OLD FARROWING BLDG AND FEED MIXING    TSOF    777 OLD FARROWING BLDG AND FEED MIXING
2240   OLD GRAND PIANO BUILDING              GRNDP   2240 OLD GRAND PIANO BUILDING
244    OLD PUMP HOUSE AT DUCK POND                   244 OLD PUMP HOUSE AT DUCK POND
201    OLD SECURITY BUILDING                 SEC     201 OLD SECURITY BUILDING
854    OLD SHEEP BARN                                854 OLD SHEEP BARN
789    OPEN SHED [peanut qual eval]                  789 OPEN SHED [peanut qual eval]
896    OPEN SHELTER                          BL OS   896 OPEN SHELTER
770    OPEN STALL BARN                               770 OPEN STALL BARN
29     O'SHAUGHNESSY HALL                    OSHA    29 O'SHAUGHNESSY HALL
195    OWENS HALL                            OWENS   195 OWENS HALL
257    PACK BUILDING                         PACK    257 PACK BUILDING
153    PAMPLIN HALL                          PAM     153 PAMPLIN HALL
455    PARKING SERVICES                      PRKSV   455 PARKING SERVICES
247    PARKING STRUCTURE - PERRY STREET LOT  PARKP   247 PARKING STRUCTURE - PERRY STREET LOT
127    PATTON HALL                           PAT     127 PATTON HALL
39     PAYNE HALL                            PAYNE   39 PAYNE HALL
792    PEANUT DRYING - STATISTICAL LAB       FDPNT   792 PEANUT DRYING - STATISTICAL LAB
793    PEANUT DRYING FACILITY                FDPDF   793 PEANUT DRYING FACILITY
41     PEDDREW-YATES RESIDENCE HALL          PY      41 PEDDREW-YATES RESIDENCE HALL
122    PEGGY LEE HAHN GARDEN PAVILION          HGPAV   122 PEGGY LEE HAHN GARDEN PAVILION
488A   PEN POINTER FACILITY AT NEW BULL BARN           488A PEN POINTER FACILITY AT NEW BULL BARN
786    PESTICIDE BUILDING                      TSPST   786 PESTICIDE BUILDING
864    PESTICIDE STORAGE                       PESST   864 PESTICIDE STORAGE
883    PESTICIDE STORAGE BUILDING                      883 PESTICIDE STORAGE BUILDING
875    PESTICIDE STORAGE FACILITY                      875 PESTICIDE STORAGE FACILITY
914    PHORESIS SHED                                   914 PHORESIS SHED
670    PLANT PATHOLOGY BUILDING [stucco]               670 PLANT PATHOLOGY BUILDING [stucco]
432    PLANT PATHOLOGY GARAGE                  PPGAR   432 PLANT PATHOLOGY GARAGE
433    PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPG     433 PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
433C   PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPGRB   433C PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
433D   PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPGRC   433D PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
433E   PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPGRD   433E PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
433F   PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPGRE   433F PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
433G   PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPGRF   433G PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
433H   PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPGRG   433H PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
433J   PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE              PPGRH   433J PLANT PATHOLOGY GREENHOUSE
435    PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB                     PPLAB   435 PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB
433A   PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB AND OFFICE          PPLBO   433A PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB AND OFFICE
435A   PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB GREENHSE            GLADE   435A PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB GREENHSE
435B   PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB GREENHSE                    435B PLANT PATHOLOGY LAB GREENHSE
2060   POINTE WEST COMMONS                     PWCOM   2060 POINTE WEST COMMONS
2150   POINTE WEST COMMONS THREE               PWCM3   2150 POINTE WEST COMMONS THREE
563    POLE BARN                                       563 POLE BARN
774    POLE BARN                               TPOLE   774 POLE BARN
1221   POLE BARN                                       1221 POLE BARN
1325   POLE BARN                                       1325 POLE BARN
904    POLE SHED                                       904 POLE SHED
332    POLICE HORSE STABLES                    HSTBL   332 POLICE HORSE STABLES
438    POULTRY ISOLATION BUILDING              PIB     438 POULTRY ISOLATION BUILDING
452    POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING                   PVHB    452 POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING
442    POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING A                 PVHBA   442 POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING A
443    POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING B                 PVHBB   443 POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING B
444    POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING C                 PVHBC   444 POULTRY VIRUS HOLDING C
202    POWER HOUSE                             POWER   202 POWER HOUSE
2385   PRECISION BUSINESS STORAGE                      2385 PRECISION BUSINESS STORAGE
102    PRICE HALL                              PRICE   102 PRICE HALL
31     PRITCHARD HALL                          PRIT    31 PRITCHARD HALL
1218   PRODUCE GRADING BUILDING                        1218 PRODUCE GRADING BUILDING
471    PUMP HOUSE                                      471 PUMP HOUSE
672    PUMP HOUSE                                      672 PUMP HOUSE
715    PUMP HOUSE                              CTPH    715 PUMP HOUSE
1112   PUMP HOUSE                                      1112 PUMP HOUSE
1320   PUMP HOUSE [Adams]                              1320 PUMP HOUSE [Adams]
1322   PUMP HOUSE [in hort. gardens]                   1322 PUMP HOUSE [in hort. gardens]
833    PUMP HOUSE [Morris Bldg.]               MORIS   833 PUMP HOUSE [Morris Bldg.]
769    PUMPING STATION                                 769 PUMPING STATION
2120   QUARRY STONE PROCESSING FACILITY          QUARY   2120 QUARRY STONE PROCESSING FACILITY
652    QUONSET HUT                                       652 QUONSET HUT
653    QUONSET HUT                                       653 QUONSET HUT
666    QUONSET HUT                                       666 QUONSET HUT
1111   QUONSET HUT                                       1111 QUONSET HUT
133    RANDOLPH HALL                             RAND    133 RANDOLPH HALL
4      RASCHE HALL                               RASCH   4 RASCHE HALL
184    RECREATION AREA STORAGE BUILDING          RECRE   184 RECREATION AREA STORAGE BUILDING
184B   RECREATION FIELDS BUILDING                RECFB   184B RECREATION FIELDS BUILDING
186    RECTOR FIELD HOUSE                        RFH     186 RECTOR FIELD HOUSE
1311   RENTAL FRAME HOUSE [Adams]                        1311 RENTAL FRAME HOUSE [Adams]
920    RESEARCH BARN #1                                  920 RESEARCH BARN #1
630    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 10               CRC10   630 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 10
632    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 12               CRC12   632 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 12
634    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 14 [CNS]         CRC14   634 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 14 [CNS]
635    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 15               CRC15   635 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 15
636    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 16               CRC16   636 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 16
624    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 2                CRCR2   624 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 2
644    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 26               CRC26   644 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 26
628    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 7                CRCR7   628 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 7
629    RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 8                CRCR8   629 RESEARCH BUILDING NUMBER 8
315    RESIDENCE                                 POULA   315 RESIDENCE
316    RESIDENCE                                 POULB   316 RESIDENCE
317    RESIDENCE                                         317 RESIDENCE
318    RESIDENCE                                         318 RESIDENCE
328    RESIDENCE                                         328 RESIDENCE
329    RESIDENCE                                         329 RESIDENCE
330    RESIDENCE                                         330 RESIDENCE
331    RESIDENCE                                         331 RESIDENCE
345    RESIDENCE                                 TQKYP   345 RESIDENCE
309    RESIDENCE [frame house]                           309 RESIDENCE [frame house]
314    RESIDENCE [Orange House]                  ORANG   314 RESIDENCE [Orange House]
1032   RESIDENCE [RJR's birthplace]              RHRES   1032 RESIDENCE [RJR's birthplace]
340    RESIDENCE [tenant house]                  MOORR   340 RESIDENCE [tenant house]
701    RESIDENCE NO. 1                           CTWBA   701 RESIDENCE NO. 1
705    RESIDENCE NO. 3                           CTWBE   705 RESIDENCE NO. 3
71     RESIDENT MANAGER                          SPCRM   71 RESIDENT MANAGER
665    REYNOLDS ALUMINUM BUILDING                RALUM   665 REYNOLDS ALUMINUM BUILDING
440K   REYNOLDS ALUMINUM GRAIN STORAGE           RAGS    440K REYNOLDS ALUMINUM GRAIN STORAGE
2336   RICHMOND EXTENDED CAMPUS & NE DIST. EXT. OFFICE   2336 RICHMOND EXTENDED CAMPUS & NE DIST. E
2468   RIVER STONE TECHNOLOGY PARK BLDG 1                2468 RIVER STONE TECHNOLOGY PARK BLDG 1
2500   ROANOKE STREET PARTNERSHIP BUILDING       RSPB    2500 ROANOKE STREET PARTNERSHIP BUILDING
735A   ROANOKE VALLEY GRADUATE CENTER            RVGC    735A ROANOKE VALLEY GRADUATE CENTER
154    ROBESON HALL                              ROB     154 ROBESON HALL
2348   ROCHE HOUSE                                       2348 ROCHE HOUSE
675    ROCKET PROPELLANT TEST FACILITY                   675 ROCKET PROPELLANT TEST FACILITY
2402   RONCORONI [European Architecture Studies]         2402 RONCORONI [European Architecture Studies]
915A   RUN-IN SHED #1                                           915A RUN-IN SHED #1
915B   RUN-IN SHED #2                                           915B RUN-IN SHED #2
915C   RUN-IN SHED #3                                           915C RUN-IN SHED #3
915D   RUN-IN SHED #4                                           915D RUN-IN SHED #4
915E   RUN-IN SHED, PARCEL A                                    915E RUN-IN SHED, PARCEL A
2398   S. FRANSCINI 2 [European Architecture Studies]           2398 S. FRANSCINI 2 [European Architecture Studie
226A   SALT STORAGE SHED                                        226A SALT STORAGE SHED
101    SANDY HALL                                       SANDY   101 SANDY HALL
236    SARDO LABORATORY                                 SARDO   236 SARDO LABORATORY
135    SATELLITE TRACKING STATION                       SAT     135 SATELLITE TRACKING STATION
106    SAUNDERS HALL                                    SAUND   106 SAUNDERS HALL
1330   SCALE HOUSE                                              1330 SCALE HOUSE
752    SCALE SHED                                               752 SCALE SHED
2096   SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS                                    2096 SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS
2205   SECURITY SELF STORAGE                                    2205 SECURITY SELF STORAGE
429    SEED HOUSE [golf course]                         GCS     429 SEED HOUSE [golf course]
851    SEED STORING AND PRESERVING [Utility Bldg]               851 SEED STORING AND PRESERVING [Utility Bldg]
366    SEISMOGRAPH BUILDING                             SEISB   366 SEISMOGRAPH BUILDING
108    SEITZ HALL                                       SEITZ   108 SEITZ HALL
772    SERVICE BUILDING                                 TSB     772 SERVICE BUILDING
477E   SETTLEMENT BASIN                                         477E SETTLEMENT BASIN
477A   SEWAGE LAGOON                                            477A SEWAGE LAGOON
477B   SEWAGE TANK                                              477B SEWAGE TANK
477C   SEWAGE TANK                                              477C SEWAGE TANK
477D   SEWAGE TANK                                              477D SEWAGE TANK
897F   SHADE HOUSE                                              897F SHADE HOUSE
6      SHANKS HALL                                      SHANK   6 SHANKS HALL
493    SHED                                                     493 SHED
1332   SHED                                                     1332 SHED
799A   SHED 1                                                   799A SHED 1
799K   SHED 10                                                  799K SHED 10
799L   SHED 11                                                  799L SHED 11
799M   SHED 12                                                  799M SHED 12
799N   SHED 13                                                  799N SHED 13
799P   SHED 14                                                  799P SHED 14
799Q   SHED 15                                                  799Q SHED 15
799B   SHED 2                                                   799B SHED 2
799C   SHED 3                                                   799C SHED 3
799D   SHED 4                                                   799D SHED 4
799E   SHED 5                                                   799E SHED 5
799F   SHED 6                                                   799F SHED 6
799G   SHED 7                                                   799G SHED 7
799H   SHED 8                                                   799H SHED 8
799J   SHED 9                                                   799J SHED 9
561    SHEEP BARN                                       SHEEP   561 SHEEP BARN
861    SHEEP EVALUATION STATION                         SHPEV   861 SHEEP EVALUATION STATION
2075   SHOCKOE CENTRE                                           2075 SHOCKOE CENTRE
834    SHOP AND STORAGE [Baising Bldg.]             BAISG   834 SHOP AND STORAGE [Baising Bldg.]
884    SHOP BUILDING                                        884 SHOP BUILDING
831    SHOW RING & LECTURE HALL [Walker Bldg.]      WALKR   831 SHOW RING & LECTURE HALL [Walker Bldg.]
188    SHULTZ HALL                                  SHULT   188 SHULTZ HALL
481D   SILO                                                 481D SILO
481E   SILO                                                 481E SILO
484A   SILO                                                 484A SILO
484B   SILO                                                 484B SILO
484D   SILO                                                 484D SILO
484E   SILO                                                 484E SILO
550A   SILO                                                 550A SILO
1308   SILO [Adams]                                         1308 SILO [Adams]
1319   SILO [Adams]                                 SILOW   1319 SILO [Adams]
784    SIX CORN BINS                                TSCOR   784 SIX CORN BINS
440C   SIX WOODEN CHICKEN RANGERS                           440C SIX WOODEN CHICKEN RANGERS
250B   SKELTON CONFERENCE CENTER                    SCC     250B SKELTON CONFERENCE CENTER
261    SKELTON HOUSE [Center for Survey Research]   SKEL    261 SKELTON HOUSE [Center for Survey Research]
266A   SKELTON HOUSE II [Inst. for Adv. Study]      SKEL2   266A SKELTON HOUSE II [Inst. for Adv. Study]
35     SLUSHER HALL                                 SLUSH   35 SLUSHER HALL
2353   SMALL APARTMENT                                      2353 SMALL APARTMENT
782    SMALL FARROWING BUILDING                     TSFH    782 SMALL FARROWING BUILDING
234    SMALL T-HANGAR AT AIRPORT                            234 SMALL T-HANGAR AT AIRPORT
194    SMITH CAREER CENTER                          SM CC   194 SMITH CAREER CENTER
479A   SMITHFIELD BEEF BARN                         BEEF    479A SMITHFIELD BEEF BARN
1323   SMOKE HOUSE [NM]                                     1323 SMOKE HOUSE [NM]
105    SMYTH HALL                                   SMYTH   105 SMYTH HALL
454    SOLAR HOUSE                                          454 SOLAR HOUSE
592    SOLAR RESEARCH PROTOTYPE                     SOLRR   592 SOLAR RESEARCH PROTOTYPE
549    SOLID FUEL COMBUSTION LAB                    SFUEL   549 SOLID FUEL COMBUSTION LAB
275    SOLITUDE                                     SOL     275 SOLITUDE
2082   SOUTH CRATER ROAD SELF STORAGE                       2082 SOUTH CRATER ROAD SELF STORAGE
184A   SOUTH RECREATION TOILETS                             184A SOUTH RECREATION TOILETS
190    SOUTHGATE CENTER                             SGCTR   190 SOUTHGATE CENTER
190A   SOUTHGATE CENTER ADDITION                    SGCTA   190A SOUTHGATE CENTER ADDITION
2295   SOUTHWEST DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE                  2295 SOUTHWEST DISTRICT EXTENSION OFFICE
785    SOW CONFINEMENT BUILDING                     TSSOW   785 SOW CONFINEMENT BUILDING
768    SOYBEAN FIELD LAB                                    768 SOYBEAN FIELD LAB
61     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. A            SPC A   61 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. A
62     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. B            SPC B   62 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. B
63     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. C            SPC C   63 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. C
64     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. D            SPC D   64 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. D
65     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. E            SPC E   65 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. E
66     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. F            SPC F   66 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. F
67     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. G            SPC G   67 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. G
68     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. H            SPC H   68 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. H
69     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. I            SPC I   69 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. I
70     SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. J            SPC J   70 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. J
74      SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. KL    SPCKL   74 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. KL
75      SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. MN    SPCMN   75 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. MN
76      SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. OP    SPCOP   76 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. OP
77      SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. QR    SPCQR   77 SPECIAL PURPOSE HOUSING - BLDG. QR
73      SPH FIBER HUT                         SPCFH   73 SPH FIBER HUT
642     SPORTS MEDICINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE    VCOM2   642 SPORTS MEDICINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
180     SQUIRES STUDENT CENTER                SQUIR   180 SQUIRES STUDENT CENTER
824     STABLE                                        824 STABLE
710     STABLE NO. 1                          CTSTB   710 STABLE NO. 1
711     STABLE NO. 2                                  711 STABLE NO. 2
773     STEEL FRAME SHED [peanut qual eval]   TSPQ    773 STEEL FRAME SHED [peanut qual eval]
242     STERRETT CENTER                       STCTR   242 STERRETT CENTER
2405    STERRETT-COMMERCE STREET              STCOM   2405 STERRETT-COMMERCE STREET
805     STONE COCHRAN DWELLING                MDLST   805 STONE COCHRAN DWELLING
1215    STORAGE AND SHOP                              1215 STORAGE AND SHOP
542     STORAGE BUILDING                              542 STORAGE BUILDING
585     STORAGE BUILDING                      HOOTS   585 STORAGE BUILDING
706     STORAGE BUILDING                      CTWBF   706 STORAGE BUILDING
1106    STORAGE BUILDING                              1106 STORAGE BUILDING
124J    STORAGE BUILDING                              124J STORAGE BUILDING
124W    STORAGE BUILDING                              124W STORAGE BUILDING
776     STORAGE BUILDING [old office]         TSBO    776 STORAGE BUILDING [old office]
897E    STORAGE BUILDINGS                             897E STORAGE BUILDINGS
1030B   STORAGE SHED                                  1030B STORAGE SHED
432A    STORAGE SHED                                  432A STORAGE SHED
433L    STORAGE SHED                          PPGRJ   433L STORAGE SHED
897D    STORAGE SHED                          BL SS   897D STORAGE SHED
446A    STORAGE TRAILER                               446A STORAGE TRAILER
446B    STORAGE TRAILER                               446B STORAGE TRAILER
446C    STORAGE TRAILER                               446C STORAGE TRAILER
446D    STORAGE TRAILER                               446D STORAGE TRAILER
2503    STOR-IT SELF STORAGE                          2503 STOR-IT SELF STORAGE
2297    STOR-IT-ALL                                   2297 STOR-IT-ALL
668     STRUCTURAL LAB AND OFFICE BUILDING    SLO     668 STRUCTURAL LAB AND OFFICE BUILDING
192     STUDENT SERVICES BUILDING             SSB     192 STUDENT SERVICES BUILDING
207     SUBSTATION CONTROL BUILDING           SUBS1   207 SUBSTATION CONTROL BUILDING
889     SUPERDARN RADAR BUILDING                      889 SUPERDARN RADAR BUILDING
1212    SUPERINTENDENT'S DWELLING                     1212 SUPERINTENDENT'S DWELLING
1103    SUPERINTENDENT'S RESIDENCE                    1103 SUPERINTENDENT'S RESIDENCE
170     SURGE SPACE BUILDING                  SURGE   170 SURGE SPACE BUILDING
2115    SWEENEY HOUSE                         SWENY   2115 SWEENEY HOUSE
1217    SWEET POTATO STORAGE                          1217 SWEET POTATO STORAGE
544     SWINE BREEDING & GESTATION WING               544 SWINE BREEDING & GESTATION WING
541     SWINE CENTER BUILDING                 SWINE   541 SWINE CENTER BUILDING
450     SWINE DISEASE RESEARCH                SWRB    450 SWINE DISEASE RESEARCH
779     SWINE EVALUATION STATION                      779 SWINE EVALUATION STATION
780     SWINE NUTRITIONAL BUILDING            TSNB    780 SWINE NUTRITIONAL BUILDING
553B   TACK BUILDING                                  553B TACK BUILDING
643    TECHLAB                                TLAB    643 TECHLAB
625    TELEPORT FACILITY                      TELEP   625 TELEPORT FACILITY
897C   TEMPORARY LAB                          BL TL   897C TEMPORARY LAB
906A   TEMPORARY STORAGE                              906A TEMPORARY STORAGE
906B   TEMPORARY STORAGE                              906B TEMPORARY STORAGE
853    TENANT DWELLING                                853 TENANT DWELLING
1309   TENANT FRAME HOUSE [Adams]                     1309 TENANT FRAME HOUSE [Adams]
835    TENANT HOUSE [Obenshain Bldg.]         TNTR    835 TENANT HOUSE [Obenshain Bldg.]
302    TESKE HOUSE                            TESKE   302 TESKE HOUSE
548A   TEST CELL BUILDING                             548A TEST CELL BUILDING
607A   TEST CELL BUILDING A                           607A TEST CELL BUILDING A
607B   TEST CELL BUILDING B                           607B TEST CELL BUILDING B
607C   TEST CELL BUILDING C                           607C TEST CELL BUILDING C
607D   TEST CELL BUILDING D                           607D TEST CELL BUILDING D
274    THE GROVE [President's House]          GROVE   274 THE GROVE [President's House]
274A   THE GROVE CARRIAGE HOUSE                       274A THE GROVE CARRIAGE HOUSE
274B   THE GROVE GARAGE                               274B THE GROVE GARAGE
250C   THE INN AT VIRGINIA TECH               VTINN   250C THE INN AT VIRGINIA TECH
169    THEATER 101                            T101    169 THEATER 101
12     THOMAS HALL                            THOM    12 THOMAS HALL
621    THOMAS W. MOSS JR. RESEARCH BUILDING   CRCR1   621 THOMAS W. MOSS JR. RESEARCH BUILDING
239    TIMBER HARVESTING LAB                  THARV   239 TIMBER HARVESTING LAB
239A   TIMBER HARVESTING LAB GAS STORAGE              239A TIMBER HARVESTING LAB GAS STORAGE
428    TOBACCO BARN [golf course]             GCB     428 TOBACCO BARN [golf course]
746    TOBACCO BARN NO.1                      TOBG1   746 TOBACCO BARN NO.1
747    TOBACCO BARN NO.2                      TOBG2   747 TOBACCO BARN NO.2
748    TOBACCO BARN NO.3                      TOBG3   748 TOBACCO BARN NO.3
891A   TOBACCO BULK BARN                              891A TOBACCO BULK BARN
891B   TOBACCO BULK BARN                              891B TOBACCO BULK BARN
891C   TOBACCO BULK BARN                              891C TOBACCO BULK BARN
891D   TOBACCO BULK BARN                              891D TOBACCO BULK BARN
891E   TOBACCO BULK BARN                              891E TOBACCO BULK BARN
893A   TOBACCO CURING BARN                            893A TOBACCO CURING BARN
893B   TOBACCO CURING BARN                            893B TOBACCO CURING BARN
893C   TOBACCO CURING BARN                            893C TOBACCO CURING BARN
893D   TOBACCO CURING BARN                            893D TOBACCO CURING BARN
750    TOBACCO STORAGE SHED                           750 TOBACCO STORAGE SHED
891    TOBACCO STORAGE/PROCESSING             BLTOB   891 TOBACCO STORAGE/PROCESSING
506    TOOL SHED                              TOOL    506 TOOL SHED
779A   TOOL SHED AND SWINE EVAL. STA.         SWES    779A TOOL SHED AND SWINE EVAL. STA.
174    TORGERSEN HALL                         TORG    174 TORGERSEN HALL
185G   TRACK COMPLEX                                  185G TRACK COMPLEX
1031   TRACTOR AND STORAGE SHED               RHTC    1031 TRACTOR AND STORAGE SHED
135E   TRAILER                                        135E TRAILER
135D   TRAILER [near 135A and 135B]                   135D TRAILER [near 135A and 135B]
538    TRANSGENIC BUILDING                    TGB     538 TRANSGENIC BUILDING
537    TRANSGENIC SWINE UNIT                        TSU     537 TRANSGENIC SWINE UNIT
917    TREADMILL FACILITY                                   917 TREADMILL FACILITY
2155   TRIPLE-T PARTNERSHIP                         TTTP    2155 TRIPLE-T PARTNERSHIP
2330   TUCKIT IN STORAGE                                    2330 TUCKIT IN STORAGE
2331   TUCKIT IN STORAGE II                                 2331 TUCKIT IN STORAGE II
430    TURF RESEARCH CENTER                         TURF    430 TURF RESEARCH CENTER
603    TURKEY CENTER SERVICE BUILDING               TUR     603 TURKEY CENTER SERVICE BUILDING
484C   TWO GRAIN BINS                                       484C TWO GRAIN BINS
716    TWO NEW SILOS                                CTNS    716 TWO NEW SILOS
1307   TWO SILOS [Adams]                                    1307 TWO SILOS [Adams]
2265   UNCLE BOB'S STORAGE                                  2265 UNCLE BOB'S STORAGE
2256   UNDERWOOD STORAGE                                    2256 UNDERWOOD STORAGE
178    UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE                         BOOK    178 UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
252    UNIVERSITY CLUB                              UCLUB   252 UNIVERSITY CLUB
619    UNIVERSITY GATEWAY CENTER                    UGC     619 UNIVERSITY GATEWAY CENTER
2505   UNIVERSITY MALL PHASE II                     MALL2   2505 UNIVERSITY MALL PHASE II
546    UNMANNED SYSTEMS LABORATORY [ROTOR DYNM.]    USL     546 UNMANNED SYSTEMS LABORATORY [ROTOR D
625A   UPLINK FACILITY [CONCRETE]                   UPLNK   625A UPLINK FACILITY [CONCRETE]
228    UPPER AIR INFLATION BUILDING                 UAIB    228 UPPER AIR INFLATION BUILDING
431                                                 UHORT
       URBAN HORTICULTURE CENTER [Drake's Butler Bldg]      431 URBAN HORTICULTURE CENTER [Drake's Butle
427    URBAN PEST CONTROL FACILITY                  UPEST   427 URBAN PEST CONTROL FACILITY
641    VA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE           VCOM    641 VA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE
844    VA. TECH/UVA NORTHERN VIRGINIA CENTER        NVC     844 VA. TECH/UVA NORTHERN VIRGINIA CENTER
25     VAWTER HALL                                  VAW     25 VAWTER HALL
146C   VET MED HAY BARN                                     146C VET MED HAY BARN
140    VET MED PHASE 1                              VM 1    140 VET MED PHASE 1
150    VET MED PHASE 2                              VM 2    150 VET MED PHASE 2
149    VET MED PHASE 3                              VM 3    149 VET MED PHASE 3
148    VET MED PHASE 4A [Large Animal Isolation]    VM 4    148 VET MED PHASE 4A [Large Animal Isolation]
147    VET MED PHASE 4B                             VM 4B   147 VET MED PHASE 4B
146B   VET MED PHASE 4C [Infectious Disease]        VM4C3   146B VET MED PHASE 4C [Infectious Disease]
146A   VET MED PHASE 4C [Large Animal Hosp]         VM4C2   146A VET MED PHASE 4C [Large Animal Hosp]
146    VET MED PHASE 4C [Non-Client Animal]         VM4C1   146 VET MED PHASE 4C [Non-Client Animal]
145    VET MED PHASE 4D                             VM 4D   145 VET MED PHASE 4D
441    VET MED RESEARCH CENTER [Disease Lab]        VMED    441 VET MED RESEARCH CENTER [Disease Lab]
440Q   VET SCIENCE STORAGE BUILDING                         440Q VET SCIENCE STORAGE BUILDING
335    VIBRATIONS TESTING LABORATORY                VIBTL   335 VIBRATIONS TESTING LABORATORY
922    VIDEO INFILL                                         922 VIDEO INFILL
971B   VIRGINIA COOP CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION           971B VIRGINIA COOP CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOC
760    VIRGINIA SEAFOOD RESEARCH & EXTENSION CENTER         760 VIRGINIA SEAFOOD RESEARCH & EXTENSION C
447A   VIRUS HOLDING BUILDING A                     VHBA    447A VIRUS HOLDING BUILDING A
447B   VIRUS HOLDING BUILDING B                     VHBB    447B VIRUS HOLDING BUILDING B
447    VIRUS ISOLATION BUILDING NO. 2               VIB2    447 VIRUS ISOLATION BUILDING NO. 2
448    VIRUS ISOLATION BUILDING NO. 3               VIB3    448 VIRUS ISOLATION BUILDING NO. 3
449    VIRUS ISOLATION BUILDING NO. 4               VIB4    449 VIRUS ISOLATION BUILDING NO. 4
249                                                 V
       VISITORS & UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS CENTER UAC       249 VISITORS & UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS CE
2191   VOLUME TWO BOOKSTORE                                 2191 VOLUME TWO BOOKSTORE
313    VT INFORMATION/VISITOR CTR [Nester House] VISIT   313 VT INFORMATION/VISITOR CTR [Nester House
637    VT KNOWLEDGEWORKS I                       CRCK1   637 VT KNOWLEDGEWORKS I
638    VT KNOWLEDGEWORKS II                      CRCK2   638 VT KNOWLEDGEWORKS II
633    VT TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE               VTTI    633 VT TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE
738    VT/CARILION MEDICAL SCHOOL & RES. INST.   VTC     738 VT/CARILION MEDICAL SCHOOL & RES. INST.
631    VTLS BUILDING                             CRCLS   631 VTLS BUILDING
633B   VTTI ANNEX BUILDING                       VTTI2   633B VTTI ANNEX BUILDING
633A   VTTI WAREHOUSE                            VTTIW   633A VTTI WAREHOUSE
301    WALLACE ANNEX [Home Management House]     WAL A   301 WALLACE ANNEX [Home Management House]
115    WALLACE HALL                              WAL     115 WALLACE HALL
181    WAR MEMORIAL CHAPEL                       CHAP    181 WAR MEMORIAL CHAPEL
182    WAR MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM                    GYM     182 WAR MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM
2235   WASHINGTON ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE CENTER         2235 WASHINGTON ALEXANDRIA ARCHITECTURE C
2430   WATER TOWER                                       2430 WATER TOWER
627    WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE                   WFO     627 WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE
134    WHITTEMORE HALL                           WHIT    134 WHITTEMORE HALL
475    WILLIAM M. ETGEN DAIRY PAVILION           DJPAV   475 WILLIAM M. ETGEN DAIRY PAVILION
152    WILLIAMS HALL                             WMS     152 WILLIAMS HALL
185E   WOMEN'S SOFTBALL FIELD & DUGOUTS          WSBF    185E WOMEN'S SOFTBALL FIELD & DUGOUTS
185H   WOMEN'S SOFTBALL PRESSBOX                 WSBP    185H WOMEN'S SOFTBALL PRESSBOX
238    WOOD ENGINEERING LAB                      BROOK   238 WOOD ENGINEERING LAB
237    WOOD PROCESSING LAB                       BFPC    237 WOOD PROCESSING LAB
433K   WOOD SHED                                 PPGRI   433K WOOD SHED
440B   WOOD STORAGE BUILDING                             440B WOOD STORAGE BUILDING
238A   WOOD UTILIZATION & RECYCLING BLDG         WURB    238A WOOD UTILIZATION & RECYCLING BLDG
479C   WOODEN SHED                                       479C WOODEN SHED
869    WORKING SHED [near Rt. 918]                       869 WORKING SHED [near Rt. 918]
826    WORKSHOP                                          826 WORKSHOP
276    WRIGHT HOUSE                              WRGHT   276 WRIGHT HOUSE
490    YOUNG STOCK BARN                          YSB     490 YOUNG STOCK BARN
         Campus Location/Address                   Campus / Unit                City
         201 Church Street                                                      Blacksburg
UCATIONAL CENTER BUILDING #1                       4-H Educational Ctr          Front Royal
UCATIONAL CENTER BUILDING #2                       4-H Educational Ctr          Front Royal
         5 Midway Plaza                                                         Christiansburg
         Turner Street                             Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
         4300 Wilson Blvd; Suite 750                                            Arlington
         Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
         U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
         West Campus Drive (Ag Quad)               Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Old Mill Road                             Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
         Price's Fork Road                         Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
         Price's Fork Road                         Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
         Old Mill Road                             Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
         Old Mill Road                             Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
         Barger Street                             Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)          Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)          Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         1601 Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)     Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Country Club Drive (Airport Area)         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         1001 Prince Street                                                     Alexandria
         1021 Prince Street                                                     Alexandria
         901 Prince Street                                                      Alexandria
         Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Route 662                                                              Paeoniam Springs
         Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)          Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         1 Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)        Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         424 West Main Street                                                   Saltville
         Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         1650 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Otey Street                               Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         201 Draper Road                                                        Blacksburg
         Turner Street (Upper Quad)                Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
         119 Labranche Avenue                                                   Ocean Springs MS
         Price's Fork Road                         Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
         Rt. 629                                                                Winchester
                                                   Alson H. Smith Jr. Ag Res & Ex
         5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
         5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta          Catawba
         5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta          Catawba
         Kent Street (Lower Quad)                  Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus               Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center         Blacksburg
1675 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus               Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus               Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus               Blacksburg
Turner Street                             Main Campus               Blacksburg
118 North Main Street                                               Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)          Main Campus               Blacksburg
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                           Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center         Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)          Main Campus               Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                            Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
5076 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm          Blacksburg
Highland Park Quarry                                                Blacksburg
Virginia Tech Mall (Upper Quad)           Main Campus               Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center         Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus               Blacksburg
3110 Price's Fork Road                    Moore Farm                Blacksburg
Turner Street                             Main Campus               Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus               Blacksburg
Perry Street Extended                     Main Campus               Blacksburg
Stanger Street (Upper Quad)               Main Campus               Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus               Blacksburg
Sterrett Drive                            Main Campus               Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus               Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus               Blacksburg
Turner Street                             Main Campus               Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus               Blacksburg
Suffolk                                   Tidewater Res & CEC       Holland Farm
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus               Blacksburg
Suffolk                                   Tidewater Res & CEC       Holland Farm
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus               Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus               Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus               Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus               Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus               Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                            Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                            Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus               Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive (Lower Quad)             Main Campus               Blacksburg
702 University City Blvd.                                           Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus               Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus               Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                              Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 606; McCormick Circle                                            Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm          Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                              Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
          1703 S. Jefferson Street                                             Roanoke
          105 Plantation Road (Swine Center)        Main Campus                Blacksburg
          150-B Slayton Ave                                                    Danville
          Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
          Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
          595 N. Franklin Street                                               Christiansburg
          5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
          Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
          5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
          5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
          5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
          4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
          4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
          5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
          U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
          Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Price's Fork Road                         Moore Farm                 Blacksburg
          460 Turner Street                                                    Blacksburg
          400 Turner Street                                                    Blacksburg
          Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
          344 Jennelle Road                                                    Christiansburg
          Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
          5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
          Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
          Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
          Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
          Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
          Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center          Blacksburg
          5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
          101 South Main Street                                                Blacksburg
          Kraft Drive                               Corporate Research Ctr     Blacksburg
          5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
          Turner Street                             Main Campus                Blacksburg
          104 Draper Road                                                      Blacksburg
          406 Ingles Court                                                     Blacksburg
          Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
          1410 Price's Fork Rd (Vet Research Ctr)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
GROUBERS TRAILER                                    Radford Arsenal            Montgomery Co.
          Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
          Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
          West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                        Switzerland
West Campus Drive (Lower Quad)          Main Campus                 Blacksburg
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                           Virginia
                                        Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
Duckpond Drive                          Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Perry Street                            Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)       Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive (Lower Quad)           Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                  S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext CtrBlackstone
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                  S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext CtrBlackstone
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                  S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext CtrBlackstone
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                  S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext CtrBlackstone
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                  S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext CtrBlackstone
601 Country Club Drive (Airport Area)   Main Campus                 Blacksburg
601 Country Club Drive (Airport Area)   Main Campus                 Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                       Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                          Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                          Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                  Price's Fork Res Sta        Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                  Price's Fork Res Sta        Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                  Price's Fork Res Sta        Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)               Turkey Res Center           Blacksburg
Equine Medical Center                                               Leesburg
Equine Medical Center                                               Leesburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                   Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                 Catawba Res Exp Sta         Catawba
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                  S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext CtrBlackstone
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                              Critz
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Old Mill Road                           Moore Farm                  Blacksburg
Spring Road                             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)      Main Campus                 Blacksburg
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                        Switzerland
4076 Price's Fork Road                  Price's Fork Res Sta        Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                  Price's Fork Res Sta        Blacksburg
Rt. 690; P.O. Box 690                   Eastern VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr Warsaw
112 Landsdowne Street                                               Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                              Glade Spring
                                        Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                        Switzerland
5250 Whitethorne Road                   Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                   Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                            Ext
                                        Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)         Main Campus                Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta        Catawba
Stanger Street (Upper Quad)               Main Campus                Blacksburg
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                         Switzerland
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Washington Street                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
Spring Road                               Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Washington Street (site of 124L)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                            Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                            Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta        Catawba
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
SVLGB                                     Geology Field Station      Saltville
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Duck Pond Drive                           Main Campus                Blacksburg
Otey Street                               Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                    Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext CtrGlade Spring
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                    Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext CtrGlade Spring
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                                 Critz
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                           Switzerland
107 Marlington Street                                                  Blacksburg
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                           Switzerland
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta         Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta         Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                    Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext CtrGlade Spring
Rt. 629                                                                Winchester
                                          Alson H. Smith Jr. Ag Res & Ex
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                                 Critz
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                              Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                              Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                               Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Sterrett Drive                            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center            Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center            Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Equine Medical Center                                                  Leesburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road                         Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Pratt Drive                               Corporate Research Ctr     Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                            Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                            Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
33446 Research Drive                                                 Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus                Blacksburg
College Avenue                            Main Campus                Blacksburg
College Avenue                            Main Campus                Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Turner Street                             Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
901 Prices Fork Road                      Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)         Main Campus                Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
Horton Center Lab                                                    Mountain Lake
Horton Center Lab                                                    Mountain Lake
110 Shenandoah Avenue                                                Roanoke
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive (Ag Quad)                Main Campus                Blacksburg
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                               Critz
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
Duck Pond Drive                           Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                               Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                            Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
33446 Research Drive                                                 Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Price's Fork Road (near US 460)           Main Campus                Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus                Blacksburg
Main Campus                                                          Blacksburg
33446 Research Drive                                                 Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Washington Street                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
230 Slayton Avenue                                                   Danville
Turner Street                             Main Campus                Blacksburg
205 West Roanoke Street                                              Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
33446 Research Drive                                                 Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
208 Turner St.; Apt 205                                               Blacksburg
Turner Street                             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                 Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta        Blacksburg
250 South Main Street                                                 Blacksburg
202 South Main Street                                                 Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
1101 King Street;                                                     Alexandria
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                                Critz
1425 South Main Street                                                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                 Blacksburg
33446 Research Drive                                                  Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Virginia Tech Mall (Upper Quad)           Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Spring Road                               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Spring Road                               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                                Critz
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                                Critz
Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext CtrBlackstone
Stanger Street                            Main Campus                 Blacksburg
600 Country Club Drive (Airport Area)     Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
119 Laura Lane                                                        Grand Isle, LA
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Rt. 690; P.O. Box 690                     Eastern VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr Warsaw
Equine Medical Center                                                 Leesburg
Stanger Street (Upper Quad)               Main Campus                 Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Equine Medical Center                                                 Leesburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
801 University City Blvd.                                                Blacksburg
Stanger Street                              Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                                 Ext
                                            Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
8110 Coco Marina                                                         Chauvin, LA
Pratt Drive                                 Corporate Research Ctr       Blacksburg
Roanoke Street                              Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Draper Road                                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Spring Road                                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)              Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                    Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
Duckpond Drive (near large animal clinic)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
14471 Research Road                                                      O
                                            N. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr range
Tech Center Drive                           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                       Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)     Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                     Catawba Res Exp Sta          Catawba
Rt. 629                                                                  Winchester
                                            Alson H. Smith Jr. Ag Res & Ex
Rt. 629                                                                  Winchester
                                            Alson H. Smith Jr. Ag Res & Ex
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                       Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive                           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)     Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Kent Street (Lower Quad)                    Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Turner Street                               Main Campus                  Blacksburg
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                                   Critz
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                    Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                     Catawba Res Exp Sta          Catawba
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                       Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
2754 Fourth Avenue North                                                 St Petersburg,FL
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)          Main Campus                  Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                       Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
                                                                         Glen Lyn
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                             Switzerland
Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Turner Street (Upper Quad)                  Main Campus                  Blacksburg
3110 Price's Fork Road                      Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
15010 Leeward Isles                                                      Corpus Christi TX
Sterrett Drive                              Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)     Main Campus                  Blacksburg
100 Exploration Way                                                      Hampton
Price's Fork Road                           Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta         Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Duck Pond Drive                           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                               Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Kent Street (Lower Quad)                  Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Turner Street                             Main Campus                  Blacksburg
12011 Government Center Pkwy                                           Fairfax
2322 Blue Stone Hills Drive                                            Harrisonburg
Old Mill Road                             Moore Farm                   Blacksburg
Horton Center Lab                                                      Mountain Lake
9408 Prince William Street                                             Manassas
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                              Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
33446 Research Drive                                                   Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 629                                                                Winchester
                                          Alson H. Smith Jr. Ag Res & Ex
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                    Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext CtrGlade Spring
14471 Research Road                                                    O
                                          N. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr range
Main Campus                                                            Blacksburg
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                                 Critz
Barger Street                             Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
125 North Main Street                                                  Blacksburg
Duck Pond Drive                           Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Stanger Street                            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                               Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Kent Street (Lower Quad)                  Main Campus                  Blacksburg
526 Price's Fork Road                                                  Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
455 Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)     Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Perry Street                              Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                               Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Rt. 690; P.O. Box 690                     Eastern VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr Warsaw
Rt. 629                                                                Winchester
                                          Alson H. Smith Jr. Ag Res & Ex
Equine Medical Center                                                  Leesburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta         Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
840 University Blvd.                                                   Blacksburg
810 University City Blvd.                                              Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                  Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
33446 Research Drive                                                   Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                    S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr Blackstone
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)         Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Turner Street                             Main Campus                  Blacksburg
810 Radford Street                                                     Christiansburg
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus                  Blacksburg
Washington Street (Lower Quad)            Main Campus                  Blacksburg
33446 Research Drive                                                   Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                  Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta         Blacksburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta          Catawba
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                              Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm             Blacksburg
14471 Research Road                                                    O
                                          N. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr range
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Highland Park Quarry                                               Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta     Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta     Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta     Blacksburg
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                          Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
Turner Street                             Main Campus              Blacksburg
Virginia Tech Mall (Upper Quad)           Main Campus              Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus              Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus              Blacksburg
Spring Road                               Main Campus              Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm         Blacksburg
Equine Medical Center                                              Leesburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
315 Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)     Main Campus              Blacksburg
316 Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)     Main Campus              Blacksburg
317 Dairy Road (near Dairy Center)        Main Campus              Blacksburg
318 Dairy Road (near Dairy Center)        Main Campus              Blacksburg
609 Plantation Road (Livestock Center)    Main Campus              Blacksburg
601 Plantation Road (Livestock Center)    Main Campus              Blacksburg
509 Plantation Road (Livestock Center)    Main Campus              Blacksburg
109 Plantation Road (Swine Center)        Main Campus              Blacksburg
2507 Glade Road (Turkey Plant)            Turkey Res Center        Blacksburg
1100 Old Mill Road                        Moore Farm               Blacksburg
314 Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)     Main Campus              Blacksburg
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                             Critz
340 Old Mill Road                         Moore Farm               Blacksburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta      Catawba
5077 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta      Catawba
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus              Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta     Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
2810 N. Parham Rd; Suite 300                                       Richmond
1100 Confroy Drive                                                 South Boston
201 West Roanoke Street                                            Blacksburg
108 North Jefferson Street                                         Roanoke
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus              Blacksburg
4613 Pompano Court                                                 Nags Head, NC
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta     Blacksburg
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                       Switzerland
Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
Equine Medical Center                                                Leesburg
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano                                         Switzerland
Price's Fork Road (near US 460)           Main Campus                Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive (Ag Quad)                Main Campus                Blacksburg
1650 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
West Campus Drive (Ag Quad)               Main Campus                Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                               Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
216 South Main Street                                                Blacksburg
202 South Hill                                                       Blacksburg
Duck Pond Drive                           Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus                Blacksburg
West Campus Drive (Ag Quad)               Main Campus                Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Turner Street (Upper Quad)                Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 606; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
11 South 12th St; Suite 202                                          Richmond
14471 Research Road                                                   O
                                          N. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr range
Rt. 690; P.O. Box 690                     Eastern VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr Warsaw
14471 Research Road                                                   O
                                          N. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr range
Turner Street (Upper Quad)                Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                 Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                 Blacksburg
901 Prices Fork Road                      Main Campus                 Blacksburg
207 West Roanoke Street                                               Blacksburg
203 West Roanoke Street                                               Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive (Lower Quad)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
111 President Jefferson Ct                                            Dauphin Island AL
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Country Club Drive (Airport Area)         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Washington Street                         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm            Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive (Ag Quad)                Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta        Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                 Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
11440 S. Crater Rd, Unit 346                                          Petersburg
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)         Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Sterrett Drive                            Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Sterrett Drive                                                        Blacksburg
1 Partnership Circle                                                  Abingdon
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                 Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                Blacksburg
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)             Main Campus                Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
College Avenue                            Main Campus                Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta        Catawba
5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta        Catawba
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Sterrett Drive                            Main Campus                Blacksburg
3103 Commerce Street                                                 Blacksburg
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
33446 Research Drive                                                 Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
5077 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta        Catawba
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                            Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Washington Street (site of 124R)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                               Critz
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
10490 Colonel Court                                                  Manassas
16325 Taylor Place Unit 254                                          Abingdon
4076 Price's Fork Road                    Price's Fork Res Sta       Blacksburg
Washington Street                                                    Blacksburg
Perry Street                              Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
33446 Research Drive                                                 Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
1444 Diamond Springs Road                                            Virginia
                                          Hampton Roads Ag Res & Ext Ctr Beach
Stanger Street                            Main Campus                Blacksburg
2100 Ramble Road                                                     Blacksburg
33446 Research Drive                                                 Painter
                                          Eastern Shore Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)        Main Campus                Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Pratt Drive                               Corporate Research Ctr     Blacksburg
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                              Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm           Blacksburg
14471 Research Road                                                  O
                                          N. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr range
206 Washington Street                                                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center          Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center          Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center          Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center          Blacksburg
Grove Lane                                Main Campus                Blacksburg
Grove Lane                                Main Campus                Blacksburg
Grove Lane                                Main Campus                Blacksburg
901 Prices Fork Road                      Main Campus                Blacksburg
College Avenue                            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Turner Street (Upper Quad)                Main Campus                Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
1700 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
1700 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Duck Pond Drive                           Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                               Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                               Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                               Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430                                               Glade Spring
                                          Southwest VA Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448                                               Blackstone
                                          S. Piedmont Ag Res & Ext Ctr
Price's Fork Road                         Moore Farm                 Blacksburg
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099   Tidewater Ag Res & Ext Ctr Suffolk
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Spring Road                               Main Campus                Blacksburg
VTF Reynolds Homestead                                               Critz
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Equine Medical Center                                              Leesburg
1080 South Main Street                                             Blacksburg
3950 South Main Street                                             Blacksburg
1335 Mudpike Road                                                  Christiansburg
Southgate Drive                           Main Campus              Blacksburg
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)                 Turkey Res Center        Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus              Blacksburg
5075 Catawba Creek Road                   Catawba Res Exp Sta      Catawba
5250 Whitethorne Road                     Whitethorne Farm         Blacksburg
390 Bell Road                                                      Christiansburg
300 N. Franklin St; Bldg A                                         Christiansburg
Kent Street                               Main Campus              Blacksburg
100 Otey Street                           Main Campus              Blacksburg
902 Prices Fork Road                                               Blacksburg
735 University City Blvd.                                          Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Pratt Drive                               Corporate Research Ctr   Blacksburg
Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)          Main Campus              Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road                         Moore Farm               Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                             Blacksburg
7054 Haycock Road                         7054 Haycock Road        Falls Church
Kent Street (Lower Quad)                  Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Duckpond Drive                            Main Campus              Blacksburg
1410 Price's Fork Rd (Vet Research Ctr)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Swine Center)            Main Campus              Blacksburg
Equine Medical Center                                              Leesburg
9225 Atlee Branch Lane                                             Mechanicsville
102 South King Street                                              Hampton
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus              Blacksburg
Prices Fork Road                          Main Campus              Blacksburg
801 University City Bldv.                                          Blacksburg
Southgate Drive (near Dairy Center)       Main Campus                Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
2 Riverside Circle                        2 Riverside Circle         Roanoke
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Grove Lane                                Main Campus                Blacksburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus                Blacksburg
205 South Patrick Street                                             Alexandria
Alleghany Street                                                     Blacksburg
Corporate Research Ctr                                               Blacksburg
Perry Street                              Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Drillfield Drive                          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Spring Road                               Main Campus                Blacksburg
Spring Road                               Main Campus                Blacksburg
1650 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
1650 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)   Main Campus                Blacksburg
1650 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)          Main Campus                Blacksburg
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)         Main Campus                Blacksburg
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle                                             Ext
                                          Shenandoah Valley Ag Res &Steele's Tavern
5527 Sullivans Mill Road                  Middleburg Ag Res & Ext CtrMiddleburg
West Campus Drive                         Main Campus                Blacksburg
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)                 Main Campus                Blacksburg
Locations                                 Departments   Annex #   Is/Is Not
1 Partnership Circle                                    A.1       IS
1 Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)                      A.2       IS NOT
100 Exploration Way                                     A.3
100 Otey Street                                         A.4
1001 Prince Street                                      A.5
101 South Main Street                                   A.6
102 South King Street                                   A.7
1021 Prince Street                                      A.8
104 Draper Road                                         A.9
10490 Colonel Court                                     A.10
105 Plantation Road (Swine Center)
107 Marlington Street
108 North Jefferson Street
1080 South Main Street
109 Plantation Road (Swine Center)
11 South 12th St; Suite 202
110 Shenandoah Avenue
1100 Confroy Drive
1100 Old Mill Road
1101 King Street;
111 President Jefferson Ct
112 Landsdowne Street
11440 S. Crater Rd, Unit 346
118 North Main Street
119 Labranche Avenue
119 Laura Lane
12011 Government Center Pkwy
125 North Main Street
1335 Mudpike Road
1410 Price's Fork Rd (Vet Research Ctr)
1410 Price's Fork Rd (Vet Research Ctr)
1425 South Main Street
1444 Diamond Springs Road
14471 Research Road
15010 Leeward Isles
150-B Slayton Ave
1601 Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)
16325 Taylor Place Unit 254
1650 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)
1650 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)
1675 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)
1700 Ramble Road (Brooks Center)
1703 S. Jefferson Street
2 Riverside Circle
201 Church Street
201 Draper Road
201 West Roanoke Street
202 South Hill
202 South Main Street
203 West Roanoke Street
205 South Patrick Street
205 West Roanoke Street
206 Washington Street
207 West Roanoke Street
208 Turner St.; Apt 205
2100 Ramble Road
216 South Main Street
230 Slayton Avenue
2322 Blue Stone Hills Drive
250 South Main Street
2507 Glade Road (Turkey Plant)
2754 Fourth Avenue North
2810 N. Parham Rd; Suite 300
300 N. Franklin St; Bldg A
3103 Commerce Street
3110 Price's Fork Road
3110 Price's Fork Road
314 Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)
316 Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)
317 Dairy Road (near Dairy Center)
318 Dairy Road (near Dairy Center)
33446 Research Drive
340 Old Mill Road
344 Jennelle Road
390 Bell Road
3950 South Main Street
400 Turner Street
406 Ingles Court
4076 Price's Fork Road
424 West Main Street
4300 Wilson Blvd; Suite 750
455 Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)
460 Turner Street
4613 Pompano Court
5 Midway Plaza
5075 Catawba Creek Road
5076 Whitethorne Road
5077 Catawba Creek Road
509 Plantation Road (Livestock Center)
5250 Whitethorne Road
526 Price's Fork Road
5527 Sullivans Mill Road
595 N. Franklin Street
600 Country Club Drive (Airport Area)
601 Country Club Drive (Airport Area)
601 Plantation Road (Livestock Center)
609 Plantation Road (Livestock Center)
6826 Riva San Vitale, Lugano
702 University City Blvd.
7054 Haycock Road
735 University City Blvd.
801 University City Bldv.
810 Radford Street
810 University City Blvd.
8110 Coco Marina
840 University Blvd.
901 Prices Fork Road
901 Prince Street
902 Prices Fork Road
9225 Atlee Branch Lane
9408 Prince William Street
Alleghany Street
Barger Street
College Avenue
Corporate Research Ctr
Country Club Drive (Airport Area)
Dairy Road (Dairy Center)
Draper Road
Drillfield Drive
Drillfield Drive (Ag Quad)
Drillfield Drive (Lower Quad)
Duck Pond Drive
Duckpond Drive (near large animal clinic)
Equine Medical Center
Glade Road (Glade Road Research Center)
Glade Road (Turkey Plant)
Grove Lane
Highland Park Quarry
Horton Center Lab
Kent Street
Kent Street (Lower Quad)
Kraft Drive
Main Campus
Oak Lane (Oak Lane Community)
Old Mill Road
Otey Street
Perry Street
Perry Street Extended
Plantation Road (Heth Farm Area)
Plantation Road (Livestock Center)
Plantation Road (Smithfield Area)
Plantation Road (Swine Center)
Pratt Drive
Prices Fork Road
Price's Fork Road (near US 460)
Price's Fork Road (Vet Research Center)
Roanoke Street
Route 662
Rt. 40 E; P.O. Box 448
Rt. 606; McCormick Circle
Rt. 609; Rt. 2 Box 430
Rt. 629
Rt. 690; P.O. Box 690
Rt. 937; McCormick Circle
Southgate Drive
Southgate Drive (near Dairy Center)
Spring Road
Stanger Street
Stanger Street (Upper Quad)
Sterrett Drive
Suffolk
SVLGB
Tech Center Drive
Tech Center Drive (Airport Area)
Tech Center Drive (Poultry Plant)
Turner Street
Turner Street (Upper Quad)
U.S. 58; 6321 Holland Road; PO Box 7099
Virginia Tech Mall (Upper Quad)
VTF Reynolds Homestead
Washington Street
Washington Street (Lower Quad)
Washington Street (site of 124L)
Washington Street (site of 124R)
West Campus Drive (Ag Quad)
West Campus Drive (Lower Quad)
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Annex I.1: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
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Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
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Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
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Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
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First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
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Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
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Evacuation Routes

Insert evacuation route maps provided by EHSS. Evacuation route maps may vary by floor, so ensure
that all occupied floors are included.


Click here to insert Route Map 1.
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Evacuation Routes

Insert evacuation route maps provided by EHSS. Evacuation route maps may vary by floor, so ensure
that all occupied floors are included.

Click here to insert Route Map 2.
                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.1 | Page 103
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.1 | Page 104
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.1 | Page 105
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.1 | Page 106
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                       Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 107
Annex I.2: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.2 | Page 108
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee , a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.2 | Page 109
Evacuation Assembly Plan

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 110
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven

Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                            Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.2 | Page 111
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.


Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                          Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 112
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.




Building Hazards
Description of      Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 113

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 114

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 115

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                    Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.2 | Page 116

Evacuation Routes

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ensure that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 117

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.2 | Page 118

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.3 | Page 119
Annex I.3: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                             Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 120
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee , a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                 PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                             Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 121
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                           Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 122
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                             Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.3 | Page 123
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.3 | Page 124
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 125
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.


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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 126
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 127
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 128
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 129
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.3 | Page 130
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

Click here to insert Route Map 6.
                                                       Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 131
Annex I.4: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.4 | Page 132
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.4 | Page 133
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 134
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                            Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.4 | Page 135
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.


Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                      Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.4 | Page 136
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include
combustibles, chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur,
personnel should attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the




Building Hazards
Description of     Location           Contact Person     Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 137

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

Click here to insert Route Map 1.
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 138

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 139

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 140

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 141

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.4 | Page 142

Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.5 | Page 143
Annex I.5: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                             Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 144
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                 PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                             Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 145
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                           Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.5 | Page 146
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                             Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.5 | Page 147
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 148
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 149
Evacuation Routes

Insert evacuation route maps provided by EHSS. Evacuation route maps may vary by floor, so ensure
that all occupied floors are included.


Click here to insert Route Map 1.
                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 150
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 151
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 152
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 153
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.5 | Page 154
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                       Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 155
Annex I.6: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.6 | Page 156
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.6 | Page 157
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 158
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                            Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.6 | Page 159
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                          Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 160
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 161
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.


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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 162
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 163
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 164
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 165
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.6 | Page 166
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

Click here to insert Route Map 6.
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.7 | Page 167
Annex I.7: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                            Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.7 | Page 168
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                            Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.7 | Page 169
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                          Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.7 | Page 170
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                             Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.7 | Page 171
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.7 | Page 172
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.7 | Page 173
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.


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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.7 | Page 174
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.7 | Page 175
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.7 | Page 176
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.7 | Page 177
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.7 | Page 178
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

Click here to insert Route Map 6.
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.8 | Page 179
Annex I.8: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                            Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.8 | Page 180
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                            Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.8 | Page 181
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                          Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.8 | Page 182
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                             Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.8 | Page 183
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.8 | Page 184
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.8 | Page 185
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.


Click here to insert Route Map 1.
                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.8 | Page 186
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.8 | Page 187
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.8 | Page 188
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.8 | Page 189
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                         Emergency Action Plan   | Annex I.8 | Page 190
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                       Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 191
Annex I.9: Building EAP –                                                                         0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.9 | Page 192
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.9 | Page 193
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 194
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                            Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.9 | Page 195
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

Insert special details regarding visitors and emergency procedures.
                                                          Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 196
Unique Hazards

List any unique hazards located in this building below. Unique hazards may include combustibles,
chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 197
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.


Click here to insert Route Map 1.
                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 198
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 199
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 200
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 201
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

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                                                        Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.9 | Page 202
Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.

Click here to insert Route Map 6.
                                                      Emergency Action Plan     | Annex I.10 | Page 203
Annex I.10: Building EAP –                                                                        0

Building Location

       Building Location:                                                               0
                             City, State


Building Emergency Coordinator

       Building emergency coordinators should provide contact information which enables officials to
       make contact 24 hours each day.


       Primary Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address



       Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator
       Name (First I Last)
       Title
       Office Address
       Phone 1
       Phone 2
       Phone 3
       PID
       Email Address
                                                           Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.10 | Page 204
Building Emergency Preparedness Committee

The building Emergency Preparedness Committee consists of one representative from each department
occupying the building. From the Emergency Preparedness Committee, a Building Emergency
Coordinator and Alternate Building Emergency Coordinator is selected. List members of the Emergency
Preparedness Committee, the department they represent, and their contact information.


Emergency Preparedness Committee
First Name           Last Name            Department           Phone                PID




Notification of Emergency Responders

Call 911 or 231-6411 from a cell phone. Remember that it is helpful to program this number into your cell
phone in case of emergency on campus. Call from a safe location and remember to stay calm, be
prepared to answer questions, and do not hang up until the dispatcher instructs you to do so.


If possible, attempt to gather some information that will be helpful for the emergency responders such as
approximate number of injuries, rooms that are involved, and how to best access the location of the
emergency.
                                                           Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.10 | Page 205
Evacuation Assembly Areas

Depending on the occupancy of the building, departments may consider the need to assemble in
separate areas from other departments. For instance, if building occupancy is large, the ability to
differentiate between personnel in different departments will become difficult. The Emergency
Preparedness Committee should coordinate assembly area locations based on the size of the unit.

Indicate the plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                       Primary Assembly Plan




Indicate the secondary plan for assembly of personnel following evacuation:




                                      Secondary Assembly Plan
                                                         Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.10 | Page 206
Shelter-in-Place Area of Safe Haven

Depending on the emergency, appropriate areas of safe haven vary. For instance, an area safe during a
weather emergency may not be safe during an act of violence. In general, when sheltering, occupants
should seek safety by placing protection between them and the danger. This could include walls, rooms
without windows, locked doors, furniture, etc.

The emergency assembly location for this building is:
                                    Area of Safe Haven


Building Alarms

Many buildings are equipped with a centralized fire alarm system. In cases where the building is not
equipped with a centralized alarm system, building occupants must attempt to make other occupants
aware of an emergency by knocking on doors and shouting “Fire”, sounding air horns, or similar means.


  This building         IS/IS NOT        equipped with a centralized alarm system.

Procedures

    For building equipped with an audible alarm system:
            The fire/evacuation alarm is a high pitched annunciator. When you hear the
           fire/evacuation alarm, leave the building. Follow evacuation instructions located in
           this plan.
            The fire/evacuation alarm may also be equipped with strobe lights for persons
           with hearing disabilities.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.


    For building NOT equipped with an audible alarm system:
            Departments should evacuate the building by shouting ‘fire’ throughout the halls
           and sounding air horns or similar audible devices. Follow evacuation procedures
           located in this plan.
            Special attention should be given to the presence of hearing and/or visually
           impaired individuals during the notification and evacuation.
            Procedures which may be hazardous if left unattended should be shut down
           prior to evacuation, if safe to do so.
            Verify that persons are exiting the building and that doors are closed to reduce
           the spread of fire and smoke.
                                                            Emergency Action Plan    | Annex I.10 | Page 207
First Aid Kit/AED Locations

Each building should have at least one first aid kit available to building occupants. For guidance on what
must be stocked in first aid kits and how these kits are to be maintained, see www.ehss.vt.edu. Many
buildings have been equipped with automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) by the Virginia Tech Rescue
Squad or through department purchase. The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad provides 24/7 maintenance
response to AEDs throughout campus. Contact information is located on the front of the AED cabinet.
Indicate locations of first aid kits and AEDs below.

For more information about the campus AED program, visit
www.rescue.vt.edu/aed.

Location(s) of First Aid Kits
Room
Room

Location(s) of AEDs
Floor
Location


Visitors

Visitors present buildings a unique challenge because they are not generally familiar with department or
University emergency procedures. During an emergency, visitors should be given special care to ensure
they follow building emergency procedures. Personnel with special responsibilities to visitors should be
described in detail below.

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Unique Hazards

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chemicals, research activities, biological agents, etc. When emergencies occur, personnel should
attempt to provide emergency responders with specific hazards within the building.

Building Hazards

Description of
Hazard              Location             Contact Person       Phone 1              Phone 2
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Evacuation Routes

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that all occupied floors are included.


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Evacuation Routes

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Evacuation Routes

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Evacuation Routes

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Evacuation Routes

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Evacuation Routes

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                                                                                                  Buildings
Department       Building 1       Building 2       Building 3       Building 4       Building 5
             0                0                0                0                0                  0
Buildings
     Building 6       Building 7       Building 8       Building 9       Building 10       DH First Name
                  0                0                0                0                 0                   0
               Department Head Contact Information
DH Last Name     DH Office      DH Phone 1       DH Phone 2       DH PID     EAP C First Name
               0              0                0              0            0                0
                EAP Coordinator Contact Information
EAP C Last Name EAP C Office     EAP C Phone 1     EAP C Phone 2   EAP C PID
              0                0                 0               0             0
Annex A.1 Bldg       A.1 BEC First       A.1 BEC Last       A.1 BEC Title     A.1 BEC Address A.1 BEC Phone 1
                 0                   0                  0                   0                0               0
                     D15                 G15                D16               D17              D18
                                           Annex A.1 Contact Information
A.1 BEC Phone 2 A.1 BEC Phone 3 A.1 BEC PID      A.1 BEC Email     A.1 Alt. BEC First A.1 Alt. BEC Last
               0               0               0                 0                  0                  0
D19              D20             D21             D22               D26                E26
                                     A.1              A.1              A.1              A.1
A.1 Alt. BEC Title A.1 Alt. BEC Address Alt. BEC Phone 1 Alt. BEC Phone 2 Alt. BEC Phone 3 Alt. BEC PID
                 0                 0                0                0                0                 0
D27                D28               D29              D30              D31              D32
                                    Assembly Points                          Alarm
                                    A.1 Area         A.1 Safe Haven A.1 Centralized Alarm First Aid 1
A.1 Alt. BEC Email A.1 Primary Assembly Secondary Assembly Area                       A.1
                                    Secondary Assembly Plan Safe Haven
               0 Primary Assembly Plan               Area of          IS/IS NOT                       0
D33                A64              A67              A73              C80             B116
                                                                                        First Aid Kit and AED Locations
A.1 First Aid 2       A.1 First Aid 3       A.1 First Aid 4       A.1 First Aid 5     A.1 First Aid 6    A.1 First Aid 7
                  0                     0                     0                     0                  0                 0
D116                  F116                  H116                  B117                D117               F117
ocations
           A.1 First Aid 8       A.1 AED 1       A.1 AED 2       A.1 AED 3       A.1 AED 4
                             0               0               0               0               0
           H117                  B121            D121            F121            H121
Annex A.2 Bldg       A.2 BEC First       A.2 BEC Last       A.2 BEC Title     A.2 BEC Address A.2 BEC Phone 1
                 0                   0                  0                   0                0               0
                                           Annex A.2 Contact Information
A.2 BEC Phone 2 A.2 BEC Phone 3 A.2 BEC PID      A.2 BEC Email     A.2 Alt. BEC First A.2 Alt. BEC Last
               0               0               0                 0                  0                  0
                                     A.2              A.2              A.2              A.2
A.2 Alt. BEC Title A.2 Alt. BEC Address Alt. BEC Phone 1 Alt. BEC Phone 2 Alt. BEC Phone 3 Alt. BEC PID
                 0                 0                0                0                0                 0
                                    Assembly Points                         Alarm
                                    A.2 Area         A.2 Safe Haven A.2 Centralized AlarmFirst Aid 1
A.2 Alt. BEC Email A.2 Primary Assembly Secondary Assembly Area                       A.2
                                    Secondary Assembly Plan Safe Haven
               0 Primary Assembly Plan               Area of          IS/IS NOT                0
                                           First Aid Kit and AED Locations
            A.2         A.2         A.2         A.2         A.2         A.2         A.2
A.2 First Aid 2 First Aid 3 First Aid 4 First Aid 5 First Aid 6 First Aid 7 First Aid 8 AED 1 A.2 AED 2
          0           0           0           0           0           0           0         0         0
                                                                                                  Anne
A.2 AED 3 A.2 AED 4             A.3        A.3       A            A.3      A.3 BEC A.3 BEC
                      Annex A.3 BldgBEC First BEC Last .3 BEC Title BEC Address Phone 1 Phone 2
        0         0           0          0         0           0         0        0        0
            Annex A.3 Contact Information
           A.3 BEC               A.3       A.3 Alt.   A.3 Alt.   A.3 Alt.   A.3 Alt. BEC Phone BEC
A.3 BEC Phone 3 PIDA.3 BEC Email Alt. BEC First BEC Last BEC Title BEC Address A.3 Alt. 1 Phone 2
         0         0           0         0          0          0          0           0         0
                                         Assembly Points            Alarm
            A.3 Alt. BEC PID     A.3 Primary Assembly Area
A.3 Alt. BEC Phone 3 A.3 Alt. BEC Email               A.3 Safe Haven CentralizedFirst Aid 1 First Aid 2
                                                                 A.3
                                            A.3 Secondary Assembly Area     A.3 Alarm A.3
          0           0                     Secondary Area of Safe Haven
                                                                 IS/IS
                               0 Primary Assembly PlanAssembly Plan NOT               0           0
                               First Aid Kit and AED Locations
            A.3         A.3         A.3         A.3         A.3         A.3
A.3 First Aid 3 First Aid 4 First Aid 5 First Aid 6 First Aid 7 First Aid 8 AED 1 A.3 AED 2 A.3 AED 3
          0           0           0           0           0           0         0         0         0
A.3 AED 4   Annex A.4 Bldg       A.4 BEC First       A.4 BEC Last       A.4 BEC Title     A.4 BEC Address
        0                    0                   0                  0                   0                0
                                                           Annex A.4 Contact Information
A.4 BEC Phone 1 A.4 BEC Phone 2 A.4 BEC Phone 3 A.4 BEC PID      A.4 BEC Email     A.4 Alt. BEC First
               0               0               0               0                 0                  0
                                                       A.4              A.4              A.4
A.4 Alt. BEC Last A.4 Alt. BEC Title A.4 Alt. BEC Address Alt. BEC Phone 1 Alt. BEC Phone 2 Alt. BEC Phone 3
                 0                 0                 0                0                0                0
                                                     Assembly Points                          Alarm
                                                     A.4 Area         A.4 Safe Haven A.4 Centralized Alarm
A.4 Alt. BEC PID A.4 Alt. BEC Email A.4 Primary Assembly Secondary Assembly Area
                0                                    Secondary Assembly Plan Safe Haven
                                0 Primary Assembly Plan               Area of          IS/IS NOT
                                                                                                              First Aid Kit and AED Location
A.4 First Aid 1       A.4 First Aid 2       A.4 First Aid 3       A.4 First Aid 4       A.4 First Aid 5     A.4 First Aid 6
                  0                     0                     0                     0                     0                  0
t Aid Kit and AED Locations
             A.4 First Aid 7       A.4 First Aid 8       A.4 AED 1       A.4 AED 2       A.4 AED 3       A.4 AED 4
                               0                     0               0               0               0               0
Annex A.5 Bldg       A.5 BEC First       A.5 BEC Last       A.5 BEC Title     A.5 BEC Address
                 0                   0                  0                   0                0
                                                           Annex A.5 Contact Information
A.5 BEC Phone 1 A.5 BEC Phone 2 A.5 BEC Phone 3 A.5 BEC PID      A.5 BEC Email     A.5 Alt. BEC First
               0               0               0               0                 0                  0
                                                       A.5              A.5              A.5
A.5 Alt. BEC Last A.5 Alt. BEC Title A.5 Alt. BEC Address Alt. BEC Phone 1 Alt. BEC Phone 2 Alt. BEC Phone 3
                 0                 0                 0                0                0                0
                                                     Assembly Points                          Alarm
                                                     A.5 Area         A.5 Safe Haven A.5 Centralized Alarm
A.5 Alt. BEC PID A.5 Alt. BEC Email A.5 Primary Assembly Secondary Assembly Area
                0                                    Secondary Assembly Plan Safe Haven
                                0 Primary Assembly Plan               Area of          IS/IS NOT
                                                                                                              First Aid Kit and AED Location
A.5 First Aid 1       A.5 First Aid 2       A.5 First Aid 3       A.5 First Aid 4       A.5 First Aid 5     A.5 First Aid 6
                  0                     0                     0                     0                     0                  0
t Aid Kit and AED Locations
             A.5 First Aid 7       A.5 First Aid 8       A.5 AED 1       A.5 AED 2       A.5 AED 3       A.5 AED 4
                               0                     0               0               0               0               0
                                                                              Annex A.6 Contact Informat
          A.6        A.6       A            A.6      A.6 BEC A.6 BEC A.6 BEC A.6 BEC
Annex A.6 BldgBEC First BEC Last .6 BEC Title BEC Address Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 PID
        0          0         0           0         0        0       0       0        0
Annex A.6 Contact Information
                     A.6       A.6 Alt.   A.6 Alt.   A.6 Alt.   A.6 Alt. BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC
         A.6 BEC Email Alt. BEC First BEC Last BEC Title BEC Address A.6 Alt. 1 A.6 Alt. 2 A.6 Alt. 3 PID
                   0         0          0          0          0           0         0         0         0
                    Assembly Points            Alarm                                                         First Aid Kit an
            A.6 Primary Assembly Area
A.6 Alt. BEC Email               A.6 Safe Haven CentralizedFirst Aid 1 First Aid 2 First Aid 3 First Aid 4
                                            A.6
                       A.6 Secondary Assembly Area     A.6 Alarm A.6           A.6         A.6
                       Secondary Area of Safe Haven
                                            IS/IS
          0 Primary Assembly PlanAssembly Plan NOT               0           0           0           0
       First Aid Kit and AED Locations
            A.6         A.6         A.6         A.6
A.6 First Aid 5 First Aid 6 First Aid 7 First Aid 8 AED 1 A.6 AED 2 A.6 AED 3 A.6 AED 4   Annex A.7 Bldg
          0           0           0           0         0         0         0         0           0
                                                                      Annex A.7 Contact Information
           A.7       A            A          A.7 BEC A.7 BEC A.7 BEC A.7 BEC
A.7 BEC First BEC Last .7 BEC Title.7 BEC Address Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 PIDA.7 BEC Email
         0         0           0           0        0       0       0        0           0
7 Contact Information
                         A.7 Alt.   A.7 Alt.   A.7 Alt.   A.7 At. BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC PID
             A.7 Alt. BEC First BEC Last BEC Title BEC Address A.7 Alt.1 A.7 Alt. 2 A.7 Alt. 3 A.7 Alt. BEC Email
                       0          0          0          0          0         0         0         0       0
        Assembly Points            Alarm                                                          First Aid Kit and AED Loca
           A.7 Secondary Assembly Area
                     A.7 Safe Haven CentralizedFirst Aid 1 First Aid 2 First Aid 3 First Aid 4 First Aid 5
A.7 Primary Assembly Area       A.7        A.7 Alarm A.7           A.7         A.7         A.7
           Secondary Area of Safe Haven
                                IS/IS
Primary Assembly PlanAssembly Plan NOT               0           0           0           0           0
First Aid Kit and AED Locations
                 A.7         A.7         A.7
     A.7 First Aid 6 First Aid 7 First Aid 8 AED 1 A.7 AED 2 A.7 AED 3 A.7 AED 4             A.8
                                                                                   Annex A.8 BldgBEC First
               0           0           0         0         0         0         0           0          0
                                                          Annex A.8 Contact Information
           A            A.8      A.8 BEC A.8 BEC A.8 BEC A.8 BEC               A.8
A.8 BEC Last .8 BEC Title BEC Address Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 PIDA.8 BEC Email Alt. BEC First
         0           0         0        0       0       0        0           0         0
formation                                                                                                Assembly Points
                        A.8 Alt.   A.8 Alt.   A.8 Alt. BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC PID     A.8 Primary Assembly Area
            A.8 Alt. BEC Last BEC Title BEC Address A.8 Alt. 1 A.8 Alt. 2 A.8 Alt. 3 A.8 Alt. BEC Email
                      0          0          0           0         0         0         0        0 Primary Assembly Plan
Assembly Points            Alarm                                                          First Aid Kit and AED Locations
             A.8 Safe Haven CentralizedFirst Aid 1 First Aid 2 First Aid 3 First Aid 4 First Aid 5 First Aid 6
                        A.8
  A.8 Secondary Assembly Area      A.8 Alarm A.8           A.8         A.8         A.8         A.8
             Area of Safe Haven
                        IS/IS
  Secondary Assembly Plan NOT                0           0           0           0           0           0
t Aid Kit and AED Locations
                         A.8         A.8
             A.8 First Aid 7 First Aid 8 AED 1 A.8 AED 2 A.8 AED 3 A.8 AED 4             A.9        A.9
                                                                               Annex A.9 BldgBEC First BEC Last
                       0           0         0         0         0         0           0          0         0
                                                Annex A.9 Contact Information
            A          A.9 BEC A.9 BEC A.9 BEC A.9 BEC               A.9       A.9 Alt.
A.9 BEC Title.9 BEC Address Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 PIDA.9 BEC Email Alt. BEC First BEC Last
         0           0        0       0       0        0           0         0          0
                                                                                    Assembly Points
            A.9 Alt.   A.9 Alt. BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC PID       A.9 Primary Assembly Area
A.9 Alt. BEC Title BEC Address A.9 Alt. 1 A.9 Alt. 2 A.9 Alt. 3 A.9 Alt. BEC Email     A.9 Secondary Assembly Area
          0          0           0         0         0         0                       Secondary
                                                                          0 Primary Assembly PlanAssembly Plan
sembly Points            Alarm                                                          First Aid Kit and AED Locations
                      A.9        A.9 Alarm A.9           A.9         A.9         A.9         A.9         A.9
           A.9 Safe Haven CentralizedFirst Aid 1 First Aid 2 First Aid 3 First Aid 4 First Aid 5 First Aid 6 First Aid 7
                      IS/IS NOT
           Area of Safe Haven              0           0           0           0           0           0           0
d AED Locations
                        A.9
            A.9 First Aid 8 AED 1 A.9 AED 2 A.9 AED 3 A.9 AED 4              Bldg      A.10      A.10
                                                                  Annex A.10A.10 BEC First BEC Last BEC Title
                      0         0         0         0         0           0         0         0        0
                                      Annex A.10 Contact Information
          A.10 BEC A.10 BEC A.10 BEC A.10 BEC A            A.10      A.10 Alt. A.10 Alt.
A.10 BEC Address Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 PID.10 BEC Email Alt. BEC First BEC Last BEC Title
        0         0        0        0         0          0         0          0          0
                                                                              Assembly Points
            A.10 Alt. BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC Phone BEC PID           A.10 Primary Assembly Area
                                                                                           A.10 Safe Haven
A.10 Alt. BEC Address A.10 Alt. 1 A.10 Alt. 2 A.10 Alt. 3 A.10 Alt. BEC Email A.10 Secondary Assembly Area
          0           0         0           0           0                        Secondary Area of Safe Haven
                                                                    0 Primary Assembly PlanAssembly Plan
   Alarm                                                          First Aid Kit and AED Locations
           A.10 Alarm  A.10        A.10
A.10 CentralizedFirst Aid 1 First Aid 2 First Aid 3 First Aid 4 First Aid 5 First Aid 6 First Aid 7 First Aid 8
                                               A.10        A.10        A.10        A.10        A.10
IS/IS NOT            0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0
ions
       A.10 AED 1A.10 AED 2A.10 AED 3A.10 AED 4
               0         0         0         0

				
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