Fred Pirkle Engineering Technology Center

About

THIS PROJECT

Fred Pirkle Engineering Technology Center is a 53,500 SF, state-of-the-art facility that serves as the new home to the Sam Houston State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology. The facility houses a combination of laboratories, classrooms, computer laboratories, research areas, administrative areas and supporting spaces.

Specific areas of the building include:

  • Machine and woodworking shops
  • Small wet laboratory
  • Two clean manufacturing areas
  • Group meeting rooms
  • Faculty office areas
  • Faculty office areas
  • Electronics/robotics laboratory
  • Energy systems/sustainability laboratory
  • CAD laboratories
  • Multi-purpose classrooms
  • Floral design laboratory
  • Fred Pirkle honorific museum
  • Wind tunnel
  • Agribusiness computer laboratory/seminar room
  • Wildlife/physiology laboratories with adjoining research space

The four-story building’s exterior features include a courtyard in the center of the building, a terrace accessible from the energy systems/sustainability laboratory, as well as a collaboration driveway and yard.

PROJECT OVERVIEW

LOCATION:
Huntsville, Texas
Southwest

CLIENT:
Sam Houston State University

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1,536

STUDENTS SUPPORTED

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53,000

SQUARE FEET

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12

LABORATORY TYPES

Project

GALLERY

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Damon Ellis
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