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TreanorHL is an architectural planning and design firm structured around specialized design studios that enable us to best serve our clients with very specific expertise. The staff of TreanorHL’s Science & Technology studio and Student Life studio work almost exclusively with higher education clients to plan, program and design multi-disciplinary research facilities, instructional and research laboratories, engineering facilities, core facilities, animal research facilities, new learning environments, residence halls, student centers, community learning centers, etc. Keeping pace with the changing needs, technologies and requirements in higher education and research, we help scientists, researchers, faculty and students live, work and learn better, discover and innovate.

TreanorHL employs 170 professional staff in nine offices across the US: Atlanta, Georgia; Boise, Idaho; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Dallas, Texas, Denver, Colorado; Kansas City, Missouri; Lawrence, Kansas, San Francisco, California; and Topeka, Kansas. 

Tim Reynolds, PE

1040 Vermont
Lawrence, KS 66044
United States


In the News

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

Published 2/21/2024

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.

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Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Begins Construction on Research Facility

Published 2/1/2024

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) began construction in January of 2024 on the Research & Discovery Centre in Toronto. Designed by TreanorHL and KPMB Architects, the 389,341-sf facility will catalyze the translation of medical breakthroughs into new solutions for patient care. This centralized home for CAMH’s research enterprise will feature open lab and office environments, space for clinical trials, and communal settings illuminated by natural light.

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University of Texas at San Antonio Opens Science and Engineering Building

Published 8/27/2020

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.

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National Center for Atmospheric Research Breaks Ground on Broomfield Facility

Published 2/26/2020

The National Center for Atmospheric Research broke ground in February of 2020 on a $22 million facility in Broomfield, Colo. Located at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, the two-story, 42,391-sf complex will provide advanced research labs for the study of weather, climate, and air quality. Offering sophisticated suites for instrument calibration, the project will support campaign planning and briefing activities for NCAR's field missions, as well as accommodating two research aircraft.

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Maker Spaces Now an Essential Component of Engineering Education Facilities

Published 2/19/2020

Maker spaces, active learning labs, and multidisciplinary collaboration spaces have become essential elements for educational engineering facilities nationwide, as academic institutions respond to the demands of modern industry. In addition to providing the robust infrastructure and fabrication tools engineering students need to develop practical skills, another important element of these space types is an emphasis on teamwork, entrepreneurship, and commercial viability. This means positioning maker and capstone project spaces in close proximity to meeting rooms, support spaces, and team collaboration zones. High-profile maker spaces also serve to help institutions increase industry partnership opportunities as well as student and faculty recruitment.

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