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Health Sciences Education and Research Center

Texas A&M International University
A new academic building supports health sciences students while meeting community needs.
A rendering of the HSREC building at Texas A&M International University
Laredo, Texas
57,340 GSF

The Health Sciences Education and Research Center (HSERC) is an innovative new teaching, research, and clinical building that will help address the acute needs of the medically underserved community and support the broader region and state. The three-story building will house health sciences programs, including Kinesiology, Communication Disorders, and Public Health programs which require instructional labs, demonstration rooms, and research labs to meet increased enrollment demands. The facility will also allow for an expansion of health sciences offerings in the future, including Clinical Lab Sciences.

Designed with flexibility in mind, the facility will be used to offer services to the community. The building can function similarly to a clinic in which a central public space will be used for check-in, waiting and accommodation for both its public and institutional occupants.

Alta Architects -- Associate Architect
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