The engineering building is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified project at UT Permian Basin. The three-story, 105,801-square-foot building is constructed using Hadrian limestone from Garden City.
The project was started in April 2017. The new building boasts one 108-seat lecture hall, a visualization laboratory, six 42-seat classrooms, 12 laboratories, three 24-seat laboratory classrooms, three computer labs, three student success centers, 30 faculty offices, one dean’s suite, one student cafe, multiple conference rooms and student collaboration spaces. Additionally, one of the labs contains a jet engine.
The Bosworth Company is proud and grateful to have played a part in the completion of such a momentous facility for UT Permian Basin and all of West Texas.
Location: Midland, Texas
Architect: Stantec Architects and JSA Architects
MEP Engineer: Jose I. Guerra
Contractor: A-P Construction, Inc.
Project Size: 105,801 Square Feet
Start Date: April 2017
Completion Date: September 2019
Mechanical/Plumbing Volume: $7,800,000.00
Bosworth Role: Plumbing and Mechanical