Engineering & Science Building

Location: San Marcos, Texas
Client: Texas State University
Architect: TreanorHL
Associate Architect: Alamo Architects
Completion Date: December 2018
Project Size: 122,665 SF
Structural Engineer: JQ
MEP Engineer: Shah Smith
Civil Engineer: Kimley Horn
Landscape Architect: Coleman & Associates
Graphic Design: FocusEDG
Information Technology: DataCom
Cost Estimating: Vermeulens

The Bruce and Gloria Ingram Hall Engineering & Science Building for Texas State University is a collaborative effort of TreanorHL and Alamo Architects.

The building creates a new research laboratory and associated support space, instructional spaces and administrative spaces related to the College of Science and Engineering. Through a focused workshop session with users, the existing program was updated to support new ideas and opportunities to accommodate the inevitable changes in pedagogies and learning styles. With this update the TreanorHL + Alamo team designed collaborative laboratories and a ‘maker space’ which is designed to create a bridge between instruction, research, peer support and overall student development.

New student project fabrication spaces have flexible infrastructure systems to allow design and fabrication of multiple types of projects.