Texas Tech University Breaks Ground on Experimental Sciences Building II

Published 3-7-2017

Texas Tech University broke ground on the $77 million Experimental Sciences Building II in February of 2017 in Lubbock, Texas. Designed by TreanorHL to support interdisciplinary research, the collaborative 117,000-gsf facility will provide four general wet labs, three core instrumentation suites, two synthetic labs, a vivarium, a BSL-2 lab, conference rooms, and offices for researchers and principal investigators. The construction manager for the LEED-certified facility, which comprises four stories and a basement, is Project Control. Ayers Saint Gross is the design architect for the exterior façade and the interior finish of the building.

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Ayers Saint Gross
Architect
Project Control
Construction Manager