To support and educate tomorrow’s engineers, in 2021 the university will open the Gary L. Thomas Energy Engineering Building, a 184,000-square-foot hub for energy-related education and research. Like the Cockrell School’s Engineering Education and Research Center before it, this multidisciplinary building will house classrooms, labs and project spaces to connect UT students, faculty, researchers and industry partners. By focusing on people and research instead of departments, the Thomas EEB will offer the space and resources for Texas engineers to come together and solve complex energy problems.
|DSI Roles||Design Assist Contractor
Specialty Gas Piping Contractor
|Self-Performed Work||HVAC Piping
HVAC Sheet Metal
Laboratory Plumbing Piping
Laboratory Gas Piping
|Project Size||184,300 sq. ft.
|Total Volume||$110 million|