Texas A&M University – Urban and Structural Entomology Building

College Station, Texas

CLIENT

WHR Architects

COMPLETION

2015

PROJECT SIZE

10,000 SF

SERVICES PROVIDED

Civil Engineering

TAMU Urban & Structural Entomology

The mission of the Center for Urban & Structural Entomology is to conduct research, educate the public, and advise any interested persons or organization on insects, which impact urban environments. This project was undertaken to build a new Urban and Structural Entomology facility in College Station, Texas. The new 10,000 GSF foot facility provides 2,800 GSF of offices for the Endowed Chair, Principal Investigators, Research Assistants, Graduate Students, and the Correspondence Course Coordinator, as well as a conference room and training room. Also included are 3,800 GSF of research labs and individual laboratory spaces for maintaining general insectary for many insect colonies, storage rooms, general workspace and associated site and parking improvements.

GarzaEMC provided full civil engineering services for the project.