Landis completed Xavier University's new Qatar Pharmacy Pavilion in 2011. As Xavier's nationally-recognized flagship program, and one of only two pharmacy schools in Louisiana, this major addition allowed the university to meet the needs of its expanding enrollment and doubles the college's building area. This five-story, 73,600 square foot pavilion connects to the existing Pharmacy building and the university's award-winning Library and Resource Center, creating a unified complex around a central courtyard. The pavilion includes classrooms, labs, faculty offices, a large auditorium, and, most notably, a vivarium for testing pharmaceutical products. The vivarium required National Institute of Health (NIH) oversight, meaning strict codes concerning materials used, and isolation from other parts of the building. The lower two floors contain a 440-seat auditorium (divisible into two 220-seat auditoriums), and the third floor included a state-of-the-art mock pharmacy/skills lab facility - a crucial component of a modern pharmacy degree program. Teaching labs, research labs, and student offices rounded out the plan of the new building, while administrative components and faculty offices were built out in renovated space of the existing building. The final project received high praise from Xavier leadership, students and staff, and was named one of City Business' Top Construction Projects of the year.