UTSA Science and Engineering Building

Location: San Antonio, Texas
Client: University of Texas System
Architect: Alamo Architects
Associate Architect: TreanorHL
Completion Date: est. Fall 2020
Project Size: 148,250 SF
Structural Engineer: IES
MEP Engineer: Shah Smith
Civil Engineer: Pape-Dawson
Landscape Architect: Coleman & Associates
Graphic Design: Zeitgraph
Building Code/Life Safety: Jensen Hughes
Information Technology: Combs Consulting Group
Cost Estimating: Vermeulens
Photo Credit: Luna Creative

The new Engineering & Science Building for University of Texas at San Antonio is a collaborative effort of Alamo Architects and TreanorHL

It will be the first building in a new Quadrangle identified on the University’s Master Plan. This facility provides for classrooms, faculty offices, along with Science and Engineering Research and Instructional Labs.This facility will provide classrooms, faculty offices, and Science and Engineering Research and Instructional Labs. The project will include stormwater and utility relocations and upgrades in addition to improvements to existing vehicular and pedestrian pathways in the area. This new building is part of the University’s strategic plan for providing state-of-the-art space for STEM education and research. It complements the existing campus architectural vocabulary and adheres to the current direction of the UTSA Campus Master Plan.