A multi-phase, multi-building research park complex was conceived to expand the university’s capabilities which necessitated a first-ever move outside the university’s densely utilized Texas Medical Center campus. Clark Condon worked with the architectural team on a master plan for the complex, which includes several buildings, a new central plant, and a parking garage. The first phase housed a neurosciences replacement facility and a stem-cell-dedicated biological research education facility in one building and a UT Dental Branch replacement facility in a second building. This new separate “south campus expansion” establishes the research park complex with its own unique identity. The space affords ample room for the university’s future needs. Our design included a central courtyard connecting the facilities, and we also completed all the surrounding streetscapes.
|SERVICES:||Master Planning through CA|
|HIGHLIGHTS:||Campus Project. Central Courtyard. Streetscapes. Outdoor Seating. Large Open Space.|