The University of Texas at San Antonio opened the $95 million Science and Engineering Building in August of 2020. Designed by TreanorHL and Alamo Architects, the four-story, 160,349-sf facility provides teaching and research labs, active learning classrooms, and faculty offices to support programs in biology, chemistry, engineering, and neurology. Featuring a three-story collaboration space, the building houses a two-story distillation column for chemical engineering courses, as well as a 17,000-sf maker space with a design studio, a 3D printing room, and a machine shop. The top floor of the structure offers transdisciplinary research environments for the Brain Health Consortium. Ground was broken on the project in June of 2017.