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STEM Classroom Building

Texas State University
A new STEM building enhances the student experience while supporting university research goals.
Rendering of the NE Exterior of Texas State University's STEM building from Vista Street facing...
San Marcos, Texas
168,000 GSF

Texas State University’s new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Classroom Building will support the Mathematics and Computer Science Departments research and education goals to reach R1 National Research University designation. Housing general classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, support space, and informal, collaborative learning spaces, the building supports an increase of Texas State University’s academic capacity and enhances the student experience.

Located in the university’s emerging Science and Engineering neighborhood, the building’s exteriors reflect the progressive and cutting-edge science research that will be taking place within the new facility. High-performance glazing allows for natural daylight with the facility without additional heat gain. Concrete and paneled facades complement the existing campus while allowing this building to make its own distinctive, contemporary statement.

Visitors, staff, and students will enter through a welcoming reception space to the two-story lobby, which can support a variety of functions including lectures, fundraising events, gallery displays, social events, and more. The main entry level will also include tutoring and large classroom spaces.

PGAL -- Architect of Record
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