Completed Projects

 

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
GSF:  172,922

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).

UNTHSC Interdisciplinary Research Building

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Coliseum Concourse Renovation

PM: Terri Pierce
CM: Jackie Miller
Contractor: Construction Zone
Substantial Completion Date: April 2018
Budget: $8,000,000
GSF:  N/A

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.

 

 

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

 

 

UNT DALLAS
Residence Hall

PM: Traci Jones, Jan Mak
CM: Chad Joyce
Architect: Architecture Demarest
Contractor: S&G Joint Venture
Substantial Completion Date: October 2017
Budget: $8,100,000
GSF:  26,773

The university developed its first on-campus residence as a living-learning community of approximately 120 beds. In order to best support student success, the student housing was planned and constructed as a Community of Learning, fully integrated and supported by academic and programmatic infrastructure. A ribbon cutting ceremony for the residence hall, officially named Wisdom Hall, was held on August 3, 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

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. The UNT Denton 2013 Master Plan Update identified this central pedestrian path as the main corridor through the campus from Apogee Stadium, across I-35E and generally through the campus diagonally towards Welch Street and Mulberry Street.

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Science Research Building (SRB) Renovation

PM: Janna Morgan (Interior); Julie Sands (Exterior)
CM: Jay Henson
Architect: Jennings Hackler & Partners
Interior Contractor: Vaughn Construction
Exterior Contractor: RBR Construction
Completion Date: February 2017
Budget: $20,430,000

This project involved multiple phases. The first phase replaced the exterior building envelope. The second phase of the project included the 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.

 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Rawlins Hall

PM: Janna Morgan
CM: Jay Henson
Architect: Randall Scott Architects
Contractor: Vaughn Construction
Completion Date: August 2015
Budget: $37,100,000
GSF: 118,332

Rawlins Hall is a four- and five-level residence hall containing 487 beds consisting of dual-occupancy units with a shared bath.  Residential units are arranged in neighborhoods.  Each of the hall’s thirteen neighborhoods houses a Resident Advisor (RA), lounge and study. Rawlins Hall is located in the southwest portion of the main UNT campus between Eagle Drive and Maple Street.  In addition to student living units, Rawlins Hall contains a two-story Lobby/Atrium space with a concierge desk, large open recreation space with adjoining kitchen, and two multipurpose rooms.  The main floor of the building is also home to a faculty-in-residence apartment. The building lobby contains an open stair leading down to an exterior plaza accessible from the lower level lobby. The lower level of Rawlins Hall is home to a laundry room with dedicated lounge, billiard room with vending area, library, four practice rooms and the Honors College student lounge.

UNT Rawlins Hall

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
University Union

PM: Jeannine Vail
CM: Harald McFarling
Architect: Perkins+Will
Contractor: Beck/Warrior
Completion Date: August 2015
Budget: $128,400,000
GSF: 314,000

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.

UNT Union

UNT SYSTEM
System Building Renovation

PM: Julie Sands
CM: Ron Davenport
Architect: Freese and Nichols, Ayers Saint Gross
Contractor: Beck/Warrior
Completion Date: November 2013
Budget: $2,600,000

This project consisted of the selective renovation of the previously-remodeled levels one through four, and a complete finish-out of levels five and six to accommodate the programmatic needs of the new UNT Dallas College of Law. The seventh floor was designed and completed to house UNT System Administration offices.

UNT System Lee F. Jackson Building

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Greek Life Center

PM: Janna Morgan
CM: Ron Davenport
Completion Date: April 2013
Budget: $2,000,000
GSF: 6,000

The Greek Life Center was built to house Greek Life and provide program and ritual space for the Greek community at UNT Denton, to accommodate the Greek Life staff, as well as the activities of all four Greek Councils and the individual chapters.  The Greek Life Center achieved USGBC LEED certification.

UNT Greek Life Center

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Eagle Point Wind Turbines

PM: Don Lynch
CM: Harald McFarling
Architect: HKS Inc.
Contractor: Cascade Engineering Inc.
Completion Date: March 2012
Budget: $2,000,000

As a part of University's comprehensive strategy to become a leader in sustainability and achieve carbon neutrality, UNT sought to incorporate renewable energy technology on the Eagle Point Campus.  Funded by a grant from the State Energy Conservation Office, installation of the UNT Wind Turbines was completed in February 2012.  UNT is 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.

UNT Eagle Point Wind Turbines

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Discovery Park Clean Room

PM: Janna Morgan
CM: Harald McFarling
Architect: Halff Associates
Contractor: Austin Commercial
Completion Date: February 2012
Budget: $4,000,000
GSF: 3,000

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.

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Apogee Stadium

PM: Cassandra Nash
CM: Harald McFarling
Architect: HKS
Contractor: Manhattan
Completion Date: February 2011
Budget: $79,011,000
GSF: 426,000

Apogee Stadium consists of a 426,000 sf stadium on 43 acres. Project amenities include 21 suites, 750 club level seats, private club, alumni pavilion, end zone promenade and park-like open space. The park-like environment creates a unique venue for game day celebration, providing a natural amphitheater and areas for tailgating, picnics and pregame festivals surround the stadium. The stadium circulation includes plazas, special event areas and concourses. Apogee Stadium was the first newly-constructed college football stadium in the nation to achieve USGB LEED Platinum Certification.

 

UNT Apogee Stadium

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Business Leadership Building

PM: Cassandra Nash
CM: Harald McFarling
Architect: Jacobs, Carter and Burgess
Contractor: Hunt
Completion Date: July 2011
Budget: $70,150,000
GSF: 180,000

The Business Leadership Building (BLB) sets the standard for a quality business education.  It 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.  College of Business students have a place where they can attend class, study, eat, hold group meetings, use a computer lab and network with top business leaders all under one roof.  The Business Leadership Building achieved USGBC LEED Gold Certification.

UNT Business Leadership Building

UNT HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER
Medical Education and Training Building

PM: Lilia Gonzales and Christine Cook
CM: Ron Davenport
Architect: Jacobs, Carter and Burgess
Contractor: Austin Commercial
Completion Date: June 2011
Budget: $42,000,000
GSF:

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.

UNTHSC Medical Education and Training Building

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
Highland Street Parking Garage

PM: Cassandra Nash
CM: Harald McFarling
Architect: Jacobs and Polshek
Contractor: Hunt
Substantial Completion Date: June 2011
Budget: $29,645,000
GSF: 357,512

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.

UNT Highland Street Parking Garage

UNT DALLAS
Founders Hall

PM: Lilia Gonzales
CM: Ron Davenport
Architect: Overland Partners
Contractor: Beck/Warrior
Completion Date: July 2010
Budget: $42,000,000
GSF:

Founders Hall approximately doubled the size of the UNT Dallas campus.  The three-story facility consists of 15 classrooms, Biology and Chemistry labs, and computer labs.  It includes a dedicated library, a 125-seat lecture theater, 3 seminar rooms, group study rooms, and a 100 person multi-purpose room which can be divided into 2 separate rooms.  There is a "grab and go" facility serving pre-prepared food, a coffee bar and prepared hot food.  Extensive use of natural lighting, an accessible green roof and a partial Photovoltaic Roof System assisted in achieving a USGBC LEED Gold Certification.

UNT Dallas Founders Hall