Current Projects





UNT DALLAS COLLEGE OF LAW
Renovate Dallas Municipal Building and Associated Law Buildings

PM: Julie Sands, Cassandra Nash
CM: Chad Joyce
Architect: Stantec
Contractor: Turner Construction
Substantial Completion Date: August 2019
Budget: $56,000,000

This project will provide renovations to accommodate five hundred (500) students for day and evening classes. The renovations will provide state-of-the-art flexible classrooms, seminar rooms, instructional lab spaces, an expanded law library, an on-site clinic resource center, faculty and administrative offices and other support areas for students, faculty and staff. These spaces will maximize collaborative learning throughout the student's legal education by providing classroom and seminar environments typical of a law school. The on-site clinic space will include interview and counsel workspaces, faculty offices, and necessary support spaces to maximize the student simulation experience. These renovations will provide permanent facilities for the UNT Dallas College of Law and allow for enrollment growth.

University of North Texas
Discovery Park Biomedical Engineering Addition

PM: Jan Mak
M: Chad Joyce
Architect: TreanorHL
Contractor: TBD
Substantial Completion Date: May 2019
Budget: $17,400,000

This project constructs an addition to the building for the new Biomedical Engineering department. The addition may be a 2-story facility to accommodate research labs and other Biomedical Engineering needs. Site will be determined based upon program adjacencies, cost efficiency, and master plan considerations.

UNT HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER
Interdisciplinary Research Building

PM: Janna Morgan
CM: Jay Henson
Architect: Treanor Architects
Contractor: Vaughn Construction
Substantial Completion Date: November 2018
Budget: $121,000,000

This project will construct a building of 172,922 gross square feet for the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) campus. The facility is planned to be a multi-story building with research laboratories, classrooms, teaching labs, study areas, seminar rooms, multimedia learning, and associated student learning spaces. Faculty and administrative offices will also be included in this building with office suites, meeting rooms and collaborative work areas.

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
College of Visual Arts and Design

PM: Jeannine Vail
CM: Jackie Miller
Architect: Corgan, Machado Silvetti
Contractor: Hunt Construction
Substantial Completion Date: June 2018
Budget: $70,000,000

This project will construct 138,467 gross square feet. The building will be multi-story construction with a brick façade located east of the existing Art Building. Project is in compliance with the 2013 campus master plan. The facility is planned to include classrooms, computer laboratories, teaching labs, study areas, seminar rooms, multimedia learning, art galleries, student exhibition spaces, and critique areas. It will also include advanced and graduate student studios, administrative offices, meeting rooms, and informal work areas.

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UNT DALLAS
Student Learning and Success Center

PM: Jan Mak
CM: Chad Joyce
Architect: Moody Nolan
Contractor: Austin Commercial
Substantial Completion Date: June 2018
Budget: $63,000,000

This project will construct a 153,000 gross square foot facility and will be the third building on the UNT Dallas campus. This technologically-advanced multi-purpose facility will have a digital library providing service to students, faculty and staff. The building will contain information technology services and will include digital initiatives such as media production services, testing facilities, distance learning, tutoring , and videoconferencing. It will also feature classrooms, a media library, a curriculum materials center, archives, special collections, public computers and student support services including seminar rooms, writing lab, tutoring center, study skills program and accessibility services. It is anticipated a portion of the facility will include an auditorium and conference space for faculty development, public outreach gatherings, and student support services.

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
New Residence Hall - Phase 1

PM: Andrew Harrell
CM: Charlie Scaife
Architect: Jacobs Engineering; Mackey Mitchell Associates
Contractor: Vaughn Construction
Substantial Completion Date: May 2018
Budget: $49,300,000

A new, potentially multi-phased project will construct a total of 1,000 beds on the main campus. Emphasis will be placed on providing a living-learning type of environment with ample study and shared common spaces throughout the building(s). Site analysis will be conducted during the programming verification phased to determine the location(s) of the facility/facilities as consistent with the UNT Campus Master Plan. Located on Eagle Drive between Avenue A and Avenue B, Phase One is scheduled to open in June 2018 and will house administrative offices for housing and dining serves, as well as a new Welcome Center to provide a centralized location for student services for prospective and new students.

UNT New Residence Hall Exterior - Rendering

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Track and Field Stadium and Sports Fields

PM: Terri Pierce
CM: Jackie Miller
Architect: BRW Architects
Contractor: Mackleroy & Falls
Substantial Completion Date: September 2017
Budget: $5,600,000

The project will construct a new Track & Field stadium will be constructed on the Eagle Point site south of the existing Warranch Tennis Complex. The facility will consist of a NCAA regulation running track and other field sport facilities with seating, concession stand, locker rooms, coaches and official's area, and restrooms. Additionally, recreation sports fields are planned in the area and adjacent land south of Willowwood drive.

Track and Field Rendering - Aerial View

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View groundbreaking ceremony

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Coliseum Concourse Renovation

PM: Terri Pierce
CM: Jackie Miller
Contractor: Construction Zone
Substantial Completion Date: August 2017
Budget: $8,000,000

This project will provide for the renovation of the interior concourse of the Coliseum. Work include updates to interior finishes, wayfinding signage, ceilings, bathrooms and lighting. The project will also address accessibility and other functionality throughout the public areas including the addition of a new ticket booth. Relocation of basketball offices will be considered. HVAC and electrical system modifications in the concourse area upgrades will be required as part of this scope.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Fraternity Row Site Development

PM: Traci Jones
CM: Jackie Miller
Architect: Pacheco Koch
Contractor: SDB, Inc.
Substantial Completion Date: May 2017
Budget: $2,240,000

This site development project will prepare a portion of campus property for future development of several fraternity houses. The south side of Parking Lot 40 will be demolished, with the site graded to accommodate future housing development. Necessary utility relocations, stub outs, street lighting, sidewalks and other required infrastructure will be installed. Site will be left in an aesthetically pleasing while awaiting housing development.

UNT DALLAS
Residence Hall

PM: Traci Jones, Jan Mak
CM: Chad Joyce
Architect: Architecture Demarest
Contractor: S&G Joint Venture
Substantial Completion Date: May 2017
Budget: $8,100,000

The new facility will consist of approximately 120 beds. The university envisions developing its first on-campus residence as a living-learning community. In order to best support student success, the student housing will be planned and constructed as a Community of Learning, fully integrated and supported by academic and programmatic infrastructure. It is expected that food service will be provided from the existing facilities in Founders Hall which have sufficient capacity to meet this need. The budget is $8,100,000 with a Substantial Completion date of June 2017.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Central Pedestrian Path Extension at Clark Park

PM: Traci Jones
CM: Jay Henson
Architect: Randall Scott Architects
Contractor: Vaughn Construction
Substantial Completion Date: May 2017
Budget: $1,500,000

The central pedestrian path completed at Rawlins Hall on the south side of Maple St. will be continued across the green space on the north side of Maple St. to the corner of Highland St. and Ave. C. This central pedestrian path is identified in the UNT Denton 2013 Master Plan Update to be the main corridor through the campus from Apogee Stadium, across I-35E and generally through the campus diagonally towards Welch St. and Mulberry St.