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University of Houston-Victoria

Capital Projects

  • Rendering of University Commons
  • Rendering of future STEM building
  • Rendering of the future Smith Hall
Rendering of University Commons1 Rendering of future STEM building2 Rendering of the future Smith Hall3

Don and Mona Smith Hall

The new student housing project is adjacent to the Student Center/Learning Commons. The $22.8 million, 81,353 square foot building is a three story facility which includes 280 beds for sophomores and upper level students, a large classroom, programming space, reception area, laundry, and common kitchens on every floor.

Image of Future Student Housing, Smith Hall.

Architect: Brave Architecture

Construction Manager: Morganti Texas, Inc.

Project Completed Fall 2020

 

University South (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM))

University South building is adjacent to the University Center building and directly across from the University North building.  The $28 million, 56,464 square foot building includes lab space for biology, physics, chemistry, organic chemistry, computer science, microbiology, computer engineering and mathematics; classrooms, faculty and staff offices, immersive 180 degree screen lab, seminar room, and gathering spaces. 

STEM Building Rendering

Architect: Smith Group JJR

Construction Manager: BE&K Construction

Project Completed Spring 2021

Northwest (renovation of Town Plaza Mall)

The Northwest building consists of approximately 10 acres and 124,000 square feet.  The site houses 50% of the library collection, Small Business Development Center, Regional Economic Development Center, climate controlled space for records retention and storage,  and flex space for academic programs.  The land allows for additional parking for students with an added shuttle bus stop.

Image of future Northwest Campus

Architect: PBK Architects

Construction Manager: Morganti Texas, Inc

Project Completed Spring 2021

 

Various Campus Remodels

Renovations to the North, West and Center Building will happen as appropriate in correlation with the renovations to Town Plaza Mall.

planned giving building

Architect: Rawley McCoy and Associates