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University of Texas at El Paso Constructs Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace Center

Published 2/21/2024
University Of Texas At El Paso - Advanced Manufacturing & Aerospace Center

The University of Texas at El Paso is constructing the $80 million Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace Center to provide the College of Engineering with leading-edge environments for research, teaching, and innovation. The four-story, 93,000-gsf facility will feature hands-on learning venues where students can gain the crucial skills needed by local employers such as NASA and Blue Origin. Offering research labs, fabrication suites, high bay spaces, and administrative offices, the highly flexible structure will initially house the Aerospace Center and the W.M. Keck Center for 3D Innovation. 

TreanorHL is the design architect for the building with Ayers Saint Gross as associate architect, Chambers Engineering as electrical engineer, Quantum Consultants as civil engineer, JQ Infrastructure as structural engineer, and AEI as mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection engineer. Sundt Construction is delivering the facility for a contract value of $49 million. Completion is expected in December of 2024.

Organization Project Role
TreanorHL Science & Technology
Design Architect
Ayers Saint Gross
Associate Architect
Sundt Construction
Construction Manager at Risk
Chambers Engineering
Electrical Engineer
Quantum Consultants
Civil Engineer
JQ Infrastructure
Structural Engineer
Affiliated Engineers, Inc. (AEI)
MP+FP Engineer