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UT Dallas Sciences Building Uses Zinc to Put Science on Display

August 15, 2022

Green Building & Design magazine explores how the University of Texas at Dallas Sciences Building creates a new learning space that entices the senses

The Sciences Building at The University of Texas at Dallas acts as a gateway between student housing and the academic buildings on campus. With its zinc and limestone exterior, the building looks sleek and modern. White oak adds a warm accent and draws the eye to the lines it creates.

“It’s not just a classroom building. It’s not just a research building. It’s a space for students to interact with,” says Amy Holzle, a principal at Stantec and project manager for the Science Building. “Creating spaces for students and researchers to live 10 hours a day, that was really important.”

Read full article in Green Building & Design.

  • Amy Holzle

    As a project director and architecture principal in our Plano, Texas office, Amy focuses on managing higher education, K-12, and community college projects. She also coordinates the design team and works on business development with clients.

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