Houston Baptist University Plans STEM and Health Science Complex

Published 3-20-2020
  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex
  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex
  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex
  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex
  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex

    Courtesy of Huitt-Zollars.

  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex

    Courtesy of Huitt-Zollars.

  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex

    Courtesy of Huitt-Zollars.

  • Houston Baptist University – STEM and Health Science Complex

    Courtesy of Huitt-Zollars.

Houston Baptist University is planning to construct a $50 million complex for the College of Science and Engineering and the School of Nursing and Allied Health. Designed by Huitt-Zollars, the 112,300-sf project will include the renovation of two existing buildings and construction of a 53,000-sf facility to provide leading-edge classrooms and laboratories, clinical simulation suites, collaboration spaces, study areas, and informal interaction zones. Featuring project-based learning studios for STEM programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the complex will enable the university to expand its course offerings in computer science and cyber engineering. A construction timetable has not yet been determined.