This project will construct a new, two-story, stand‐alone dining facility with seating for 700 east of the Business Leadership Building. The design of the kitchen and servery area will maximize the visibility and accessibility of freshly prepared foods on display. Current plans for the facility also include a retail dining concept.
This project will demolish the remaining portions of the existing Fouts Field structure and field. Once demolished, surface parking of approximately 1,100 additional spaces will be constructed. The existing parking lot will be reconstructed and reconfigured as necessary to accommodate efficient use. A new bus transfer station will also be constructed as part of this project that provide protection from the elements and will house restrooms and vending machines for riders. Once the construction of the new parking spaces is complete, Lot 20 will be one of the largest surface parking lots on the main campus and will be the transportation hub for connections to external DCTA routes.
This project will construct an addition onto the existing main building at the UNT Discovery Park campus. The addition will provide growth space for the new Biomedical Engineering program. Currently, the academic program occupies a small amount of office space within Discovery Park. This addition will provide necessary additional space for research laboratories, teaching space and support spaces. In 2015, a space study was conducted at Discovery Park, which recommended increased square footage and modifications to the facility. That study, along with the Biomedical Engineering Program Document, will ensure that the project is consistent with the institution’s strategic plan and vision.
This project will construct an indoor practice facility for UNT Athletics just south of the Athletics Center on the site of one of the two existing outdoor football practice fields. The facility will house a full-length artificial turf football field and three-lane track. Also included are filming/viewing platforms, an alumni/recruiting lounge, and necessary support spaces.
This project will construct the third major building on the UNT Dallas campus. This technologically advanced multi-purpose facility will serve students, faculty and staff by providing library spaces, which do not currently exist on campus, and enhanced spaces for student support services. There is an entire wing dedicated to providing “one-stop” student support services including seminar rooms, math and writing labs, a tutoring center, study skills programs, and accessibility services. The building will also house an IT helpdesk and will feature digital initiatives such as media production services, testing facilities, a Maker Space, distance learning, and videoconferencing. This facility will also feature a Knowledge Commons library, a media library, a curriculum materials center, archives, and special collections. A large Campus Hall and conference space will accommodate faculty development and public outreach gatherings.
This project will renovate the historic Dallas Municipal Building to accommodate five hundred (500) law students for day and evening classes. These renovations will provide permanent facilities for the UNT Dallas College of Law and allow for continued enrollment growth. When complete, 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.
The College of Visual Arts and Design (CVAD) is currently housed in seven facilities across the Denton campus. With the construction of this project, the College’s operations and instructional activities will be much more consolidated. This will be a multi-story building with a brick façade located east of the existing Art Building. The facility includes classrooms, computer laboratories, teaching labs, study areas, seminar rooms, multimedia learning, art galleries, student exhibition spaces, and critique areas. The additional space will accommodate new and expanding programs within CVAD. It will also include advanced and graduate student studios, administrative offices, meeting rooms, and informal work areas. The project also includes renovation of the existing building.
Upon acquisition of 1500 I-35, the 45,350 sq. ft. former grocery store was assessed internally by UNT System and UNT Campus Facilities to gain a preliminary scope of work that would be required to meet campus building guidelines. UNTS began with these requirements and hired Corgan, the design team, to further investigate and finalize the scope of work for what we would call Phase I; the Core and Shell portion of the project.
This project is a multi-story building on the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) campus. The facility will house research laboratories, active learning classrooms, teaching labs, collaboration areas, seminar rooms, 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. This building will be home to the University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy (UNTSCP), the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine, and the North Texas Eye Research Institute (NTERI).
The project will construct a new Track & Field/Soccer stadium on the Eagle Point site south of the existing Waranch Tennis Complex. The facility will consist of a NCAA regulation running track, soccer field inside the track, and other field sport facilities with seating, concession stand, locker rooms, coaches and official's area, and restrooms.
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 ticket booths on the east and west concourse.
The university developed its first on-campus residence as a living-learning community of approximately 120 beds. A ribbon cutting ceremony for the residence hall, officially named Wisdom Hall, was held on August 3, 2017.
This project extended the central pedestrian path completed at Rawlins Hall, on the south side of Maple Street, across the green space on the north side of Maple Street to the corner of Highland Street and Avenue C.
This project involved multiple phases, replacing the exterior building envelope and renovation of the first floor interiors. This interior renovation provides open concept laboratories with support spaces, along with other necessary mechanical, electrical and plumbing modifications for the building.
The expanded University Union building more than doubles the amount of student organization space provided in the previous Union, and provides double the space for student lounges and art galleries. The new Union also provides more food service and entertainment space, auditorium and meeting space, a bookstore, state-of-the-art technology and sustainable design.
Rawlins Hall is a four- and five-level residence hall consisting of dual-occupancy units with shared baths, arranged in thirteen neighborhoods. Rawlins Hall is located in the southwest portion of the main UNT campus between Eagle Drive and Maple Street.
Selective renovation of previously remodeled levels one through four, as well as a complete finish-out of levels five and six to accommodate the programmatic needs of the UNT Dallas College of Law. The seventh floor was designed and completed to house UNT System Administration offices.
The Greek Life Center was built to house Greek Life and provide program and ritual space for the Greek community at UNT Denton as well as the activities of all four Greek Councils and the individual chapters, and to accommodate the Greek Life staff. The Greek Life Center achieved USGBC LEED certification.
Funded by a grant from the State Energy Conservation Office and as a part of University's comprehensive strategy to become a leader in sustainability and achieve carbon neutrality, UNT incorporated renewable energy technology on the Eagle Point Campus. UNT was the first university in Texas to have wind turbines placed on campus property and the first university in the United States to integrate renewable technology into an athletic complex and football stadium.
Research within the clean room was planned to be interdisciplinary from a broad range of engineering and science disciples. The clean room includes a Class 100 lithography area and a Class 10,000 wet and dry processing and characterization area. Highlights of the tool list include: Electron Beam Lithography/Scanning Electron Microscope; Electron Bean and Sputtering Combo Thin Film Deposition System; Thermal Evaporation Thin Film Deposition System; Direct Write Maskless Laser Lithography System; Reactive Ion Etchers (RIE). The nanofabrication Cleanroom and CART facilities are also adjacent to UNT's new technology incubator, providing start-up companies with access to state-of-the-art resources. Arrangements can also be made to accommodate the needs of users from outside the university.
The Business Leadership Building (BLB) features a securities trading room, an executive board room, 24 classrooms of various sizes, a cafe, computer labs, a rooftop garden and courtyard, study and tutor rooms, and an entire floor dedicated to offices for faculty, staff and doctoral students and meeting spaces. The Business Leadership Building achieved USGBC LEED Gold Certification.
The UNT Highland Street Parking Garage is a 7-story facility located at 620 Central Avenue, adjacent to the Business Leadership Building on the UNT Denton campus. The garage contains just under 1,000 parking spaces and houses a central plant and parking administration office space.
This project involved the demolition of the old Osteopathic Hospital, which operated from 1946-2004. The scope of project was to construct a five (5) story Medical Education and Training facility. Only the first and second floors were included in the initial portion of the project, with the remaining upper three floors finished out at a later date. Shortly after the completion of the base building, the build-out of the upper floors began. These additional levels provided additional classrooms and lecture halls for the Medical Education and Training facility.
Apogee Stadium is a 426,000 sf stadium on 43 acres featuring 21 suites, 750 club level seats, private club, alumni pavilion, end zone promenade and park-like open space. Apogee Stadium was the first newly-constructed college football stadium in the nation to achieve USGB LEED Platinum Certification.
Founders Hall houses classrooms, Biology and Chemistry labs, and computer labs as well as a dedicated library, lecture theater, seminar rooms, group study rooms, and a multi-purpose room that can be divided into 2 separate rooms. Extensive use of natural lighting, an accessible green roof and a partial Photovoltaic Roof System assisted in achieving a USGBC LEED Gold Certification.