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Texas A&M University Health Science Center-Houston, Engineering Health Building Renovation


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Vaughn is serving as the construction manager-at-risk for the renovation of a two-story, low-rise building built in 1952 and a 17-story tower built in 1962. The building houses the university's new engineering health program. The program is the nation's first comprehensive educational program to fully integrate engineering into all health-related disciplines. The building features a skills lab area, simulations rooms, and a standardized patient suite for testing and training. Our renovation included upgrades to the building infrastructure and modifications to meet code and life safety requirements. The most intricate component of our construction involved accommodating the structural capacity of the older, existing skin to create the desired exterior look. We separated the project into two substantial completion dates to meet the school's accreditation time constraints, completing 75 percent of the building critical to the accreditation process in the first phase.

Project Details

ClientTexas A&M University Health Science Center-Houston

ArchitectEYP

LocationHouston, TX

DeliveryConstruction Manager-at-Risk

StatusIn Progress



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