About the Project

The project consists of a Science & Technology building located at the University of Houston – Sugar Land. The building provides both instructional and research labs, classrooms, 150-seat tiered auditorium and support facilities to meet the instructional demands and research initiatives of the University. The building scope is 108,690 gross square feet and is a three-level concrete structure with a full penthouse. The exterior will be a combination of brick veneer with aluminum curtain wall. It includes expanded parking improvements and site work that support the future expansion of the site.

The Numbers

  • 108,690

    Sq Ft
  • 3

    Floors
  • 16 Months

    Duration

The Details

Type: New Construction
Components: Classrooms, Laboratories, Auditorium, Surface Parking
Method: Construction Manager at Risk
Sector(s): Higher Education
Client: University of Houston

Safety Fact

We combine active executive leadership, project management, and a well-trained and engaged workforce to achieve an unparalleled safe work environment. By maintaining an accident free workplace, we protect the integrity and value of our fellow worker.

Partners

  • Architect: Page
  • MEP Engineer: Page
  • Structural Engineer: Walter P. Moore
  • Civil Engineer: LJA Engineers
  • Landscape Architect: Asakura Robinson

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