TEXAS A&M HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER
Bryan Campus Master Plan and Phase I
A new Bryan campus consolidates health education elements into a health science center campus that integrates education, research and clinical facilities. FKP designed the first phase, which includes two academic buildings, planned to foster education and research. The new buildings are the Health Professions Education Building (HPEB) and the Medical Research and Education Building (MREB).
The four-level HPEB brings together the schools of Medicine and Nursing with teaching environments and tiered teaching theaters, a multi-purpose hall, offices and complete student services. 28,500 SF is dedicated to a clinical-style multidisciplinary skills and simulation center designed for medical and nursing students, as well as testing and continuing education of area clinicians.
With the theme of translational research running throughout, the MREB is designed to promote collaboration. Two lab wings face each other across a courtyard, and office suites at the end of the wings flank social areas with views to the outdoor terrace. Research is supported by a vivarium, BSL-3 lab and ABSL-3 holding, all designed to expand in the future.
- Location: Bryan, TX
- Size: 200 acres, Phase I 265,000 sf
- Services Provided: Master Planning, Programming, Laboratory Consulting, Architecture