The University of Houston Multidisciplinary Research & Engineering (MREB) project is a four-story, 120,000-square-foot. building which will house labs, office space, conference rooms and a high-performance computing center for the Center for Advanced Computing & Data Systems. The building will also help the University compete for top-rated students and faculty, while enhancing the educational experience of undergraduate and graduate students by providing an adaptable, interactive learning environment that gives students hands-on training in a laboratory setting.
The Zero/Six team performed QA/QC services beginning with peer review of construction documents and envelope related submittals and shop drawings, and continued services through the construction phase with personnel developing detailed field reports and deficiency logs.
Owner /Client: The University of Houston
Architect: SHW Group / Stantec
Contractor: Tellepsen Builders
Location: Houston, TX
Markets: Higher Education
Project Scale: 120,000 SF
Estimated Project Cost: $51 million
Project Status: Completed 2016
Type of Construction: New Construction