The University of Texas at San Antonio broke ground on the $95 million Science and Engineering Building in June of 2017. Designed by TreanorHL and Alamo Architects to promote interaction and collaboration, the multidisciplinary facility will provide research labs, teaching labs, active learning classrooms, and faculty offices to support programs in chemistry, biology, chemical engineering, and neurology. The four-story, 153,000-sf project will feature a 17,000-sf makerspace with a full machine shop, a 3D prototyping facility, a metrology lab, and an assembly space. The building will also house the Brain Health Initiative and the Center for Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship. Completion is expected in summer of 2020.