The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences was looking to grow. They had the opportunity to build on their brand and further develop what the program could offer to their students. What they wanted was a new Animal Medical Center, something that was unique, translational, and embodied the traditions and culture of Texas.
The facility needed to be easy to access—and easily connected to the campus. It needed to be flexible for the community, visible, and it needed to increase efficiency and productivity for staff and faculty.
The new education building and small animal hospital expansion include a thousand-person conference center, lecture halls, meeting rooms, and study space. There’s live animal study, a research lab, teaching labs, and individual support spaces. With an eye to water efficiency, mechanical systems, materials and resources, indoor environment quality, and electrical systems, this new facility will prove itself as a high quality, long-term investment for the college.