Engineering Education Complex
Texas A&M University System
College Station, TX
Anticipated Completion: Fall 2018
533,000 sq. ft.
The existing Zachry Engineering Center was built in 1972 and comprises approximately 324,000 gsf. To support the University’s ambition plan to increase Engineering Enrollment from its current level to 25,000 students by 2025, the existing building is being re-imagined, reconfigured and enlarged. When complete, the Engineering Education Complex (EEC), will be approximately 533,000 gsf, and will house a design center, laboratories for experiential learning, classrooms, large classrooms with flexible orientation and furniture, large tutoring suite, offices for student organizations, conference rooms, and a large atrium for gatherings, meetings and showcasing student work. The EEC will also house the engineering honors office, integrated open bench undergraduate laboratories and classrooms outfitted with state-of-the-art software and hardware.
HarrisonKornberg is working with Treanor Architects in a fully integrated and coordinated effort to design, document and coordinate the project, and to shepherd it through the construction process and beyond.