Texas A&M Health Science Center, Phase I
Architect: FKP Architects
Texas A&M’s Health Science Center integrates education, research and clinical facilities in an inviting setting that inspires thoughtfulness and collaboration. This $109.4 M, 299,338 SF campus includes the 138,307 SF Health Professions Education Building, 131,009 SF Medical Research and Education Building, a 27,000 SF simulation center, a 4,100 SF BSL-3 laboratory and a 12,672 SF central utility plant.
S&P’s advanced proficiency in the use of Building Information Modeling technology and use of an integrated project delivery system saved the owner more than $25 million. The BIM model was then used in conjunction with COBIE to aid with maintenance of the facilities.
- 2010 Texas Construction – Award of Excellence
- 2011 ABC Excellence in Construction – ICE Award