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February Projects At a Glance

02/11/2019, by kevink, in News & Media, 0 comments

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE TEAM-BASED LEARNING CENTER

Aimed at enhancing the next generation of physician’s teamwork and problem-solving skills, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley’s School of Medicine Team-Based Learning Center advances
The university’s mission to expand medical training in the Valley and remain at the forefront of medical education.

Owner / Client The University of Texas System
Architect Muñoz & Company
Location Edinburg, TX
Type New Construction
Scale Three-story, 24,000 SF
Construction Cost $12.2 million
Status Spring 2020

The scope of Work Drawing Review, Submittal Review, On-site QA/QC and Reporting and Commissioning of the Building Envelope including Static Pressure Water Infiltration Testing per ASTM E1105 and Diagnostic Nozzle Water Testing per AAMA 501.2.

 

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING BUILDING

The University of Texas at San Antonio Science and Engineering Building is the largest construction project in the university’s 49-year history and will be the first new building completed at the campus since the North Paseo Building opened in 2014. The 153,000-square-foot SEB facility will not only provide a home for world-changing breakthroughs for students and faculty, but it will include laboratory, classroom and collaborative space for multiple programs in brain health, chemical engineering, biology, and chemistry.

Owner / Client The University of Texas System
Architect Alamo Architects and TreanorHL (Rendering provided by Alamo Architects)
Contractor Bartlett Cocke General Contractors
Location San Antonio, TX
Type New Construction
Scale Four-story, 153,000 SF
Construction Cost $95 million
Status 2020

The scope of Work Drawing Review, Submittal Review, On-site QA/QC and Reporting and Commissioning of the Building Envelope including Air Infiltration Testing per ASTM E783, Static Pressure Water Infiltration Testing per ASTM E1105 and
Diagnostic Nozzle Water Testing per AAMA 501.2

 

BARSHOP INSTITUTE

In October 2017, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio entered a new era of research and discovery after breaking ground on the new and expanded Barshop Institute for Longevity & Aging Studies, a research facility to house top scientists conducting clinical research in aging and neurodegenerative diseases. As one of the world’s premier aging research centers, the three-story,108,000-square-foot project, will house state-of-the-art open research labs, laboratory support, administrative and research faculty offices, and a large vivarium with support spaces to foster innovation and collaboration for tomorrow’s breakthroughs.

Owner / Client The University of Texas System
Architect Alamo Architects and TreanorHL
Contractor Vaughn Construction
Location San Antonio, TX
Type New Construction
Scale Three-story, 108,000 SF
Construction Cost $70 million
Status November 2019

The scope of Work Drawing Review, On-site QA/QC and Reporting and Commissioning of the Building Envelope including Air Infiltration Testing per ASTM E783, Static Pressure Water Infiltration Testing per ASTM E1105 and Diagnostic Nozzle Water Testing per AAMA 501.2.