Texas State University Constructs Engineering and Science Building

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Texas State University Constructs Engineering and Science Building

Texas State University is building the $120 million Bruce and Gloria Ingram Hall on its San Marcos campus. Designed by TreanorHL and Alamo Architects, the five-story, 122,665-sf facility will provide a makerspace, collaborative teaching and research labs, classrooms, study areas, and a robotics and welding studio. Ground was broken on the multidisciplinary project in August of 2016 and completion is expected in summer of 2018. The sustainably designed facility will be built by SpawGlass Construction to meet LEED guidelines without obtaining formal certification. The project team includes cost estimation consultant Vermeulens, structural engineer JQ, MEP engineer Shah Smith, and civil engineer Kimley Horn.

Organizations: 
  • TreanorHL Science & Technology - Architect
  • Spaw-Glass Construction Services, Inc. - General Contractor
  • Vermeulens - Cost Estimation Consultant
  • Shah, Smith & Associates - MEP Engineer
  • Kimley Horn & Associates Inc. - Civil Engineer