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Education Complex and Music Building

Education Complex and Music Building


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The new, two-story Education Complex and Music Building at Texas A&M University – Kingsville will replace the 60-year-old Bellamah Music Building to support more students and faculty, tripling the size from 32,000-square-feet to 90,000-square-feet. The state-of-the-art facility will serve as a focal point for the southeast entrance to the campus and allow the University to expand and grow their music department. Features include enhanced rehearsal spaces, classrooms and labs, an administrative office suite, a 450-500-seat performance hall and gathering center, and storage facilities as well as a new 1200-ton central utility plant.

Additional Information

Client: Texas A&M University – Kingsville

Architect: Brown Reynolds Watford Architects

Contractor: SpawGlass

Location: Kingsville, TX

Expertise:

  • Drawing Review
  • Recovery Details
  • On-site QA/QC and Reporting
  • Building Envelope Commissioning Plan and Specifications
  • Commissioning of the Building Envelope, including
    • Mock-up Testing
    • Air Infiltration Testing per ASTM E783
    • Roof Membrane Uplift Resistance Testing per ASTM E907
    • Static Pressure Water Infiltration Testing per ASTM E1105

Markets: Higher Education

Project Scale: 90,000 SF

Construction Cost: $60 million

Project Status: Fall 2019

Type of Construction: New Construction

Photo Credit: Brown Reynolds Watford Architects

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Education Complex and Music Building

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