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University of Houston - Multidisciplinary Research & Engineering Building

Research shows a need for more space

  • 120K

    Square Feet

  • 35%

    Hub Participation

  • Houston, Texas

    Houston, Texas

Designing a free-standing research facility to support students by offering an innovative, hands-on experience

The University of Houston wants to support undergraduate and graduate students by enhancing their hands-on experience. But what do you do if you don’t have enough labs?

The Durga D. and Sushila Agrawal Engineering Research Building (previously known as the Multidisciplinary Research & Engineering Building—MREB)  is a free-standing facility, housing many key functions for both the Division of Research and the Cullen College of Engineering.

It comprises proteomic, protemic, and engineering labs as well as a high-field nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer lab, a multi-dimensional imaging and computation training facility, a visualizing lab, and a server room for the computational center.

This new facility provides immediate relief for other research labs on campus and includes a strategically located, open shell space to allow for future growth opportunities. 

Meet Our Team

Tracy Eich, Senior Principal, Texas Design Leader

Architecture at its core is problem solving—but at its essence, it’s also a form of behavioral science, and the quality of the spaces we create affects the human spirit.
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Shivani Langer, Principal

We work in a field of creativity where we can influence the everyday lives of people through the buildings we create.

Steve Parker, Principal

I believe that we should deliver each project as if it was our last great work.

Michael Reagan, Vice President, Sector Leader, Science & Technology

The laboratories we plan and design may ultimately contribute to the discovery of something that will significantly and positively impact our lives.
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Tracy Eich

Senior Principal, Texas Design Leader

Shivani Langer

Principal

Steve Parker

Principal

Michael  Reagan

Vice President, Sector Leader, Science & Technology

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