DEPARTMENTS
Services
Requests
PROJECTS
SUSTAINABILITY
MAPS & BUILDING INFORMATION
Forms & Publications
Contacts

The Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences


Scope: Construction of a 36,500 square-foot addition to the Annie Richardson Bass Building began in March 2013. It includes classrooms, faculty offices, enhanced technology for its students and a minimum of a LEED Silver certification. Following the completion of the new addition, the already-existing 52,000 square-foot space was renovated in two phases to complement the addition. The first phase of the renovation, which included renovating the first and third floors, began in May 2014 and was completed in August 2014. The second phase, which includes renovating the second floor of the building, will begin in August 2014 and be completed by the beginning of Spring 2015 semester.  

Current Status: Complete

Addition Start Date:  March 2013

Renovation Start Date:  May 2014

Addition Completion Date: August 2014

Renovation Completion Date: December 2014

Architects: Cannon Design and Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford

Builders: Linbeck


Rees-Jones Hall


Scope:Construction is complete on Rees-Jones Hall; this 62,000 square-foot facility houses academic classrooms, faculty offices, interdisciplinary space, library functions, an incubator lab and an ideas factory for both students and faculty. The building is also home to the TCU Energy Institute and the Institute for Child Development. A pedestrian air bridge will connect Reese-Jones Hall and the Mary Couts Burnett Library. This facility received LEED Gold certification. 

Current Status: Complete

Start Date:  March 2013

Completion Date: August 2014

Architects: Cannon Design and Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford

Builders: Linbeck


Marlene Hayes Hall


Scope:  Construction of the new Upper Division Residence Hall in the Worth Hills area of campus is completed. This four-story, 61,000 square-foot facility accomodates approximately 160 persons with suite-style housing, including a combination of two to four bed suites. The facility received LEED Gold certification.

Current Status: Complete

Start Date: May 2013

Completion Date: August 2014

Architects: KSQ

Builder: Beck Construction

 


Marion/Clark Hall


Scope: The construction of two residential facilities, located in the northeast section of Worth Hills, is on schedule for completion by the first week of August 2013. Currently, final construction is underway of the bottom floors, while the exterior walkway and landscaping are being finished. Furniture installation will begin July 19 and conclude in time for students arrival in early August. Upon completion, the facility will provide beds for approximately 400 persons with a combination of two, three and four bedroom suites, as well as student study space. This facility is scheduled for a minimum of a Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Gold certification.

Current Status: Complete

Start Date: June 2012

Completion Date: August 2013

Architects: KSQ

Builder: Beck Construction

 


W.A. "Monty & TEX" Moncrief Field Replacement


Scope: With the structural completion of Amon G. Carter Stadium TCU began the replacement of Moncrief Field. The project consists of removing the existing field, irrigation and drainage system and installing a new turf field with new irrigation and an improved drainage system. 

Current Status: Complete

Start Date: January 2013

Completion Date: June 2013

Builder: W.O. Adams Construction Company

 


Student Memorial


Scope: Proposed by the TCU Student Government Association to honor all of those students in our TCU family who have died too young, this memorial is located between Reed Hall and Jarvis Hall.  The design for the memorial is based on the Oklahoma City empty chair idea.  It consists of a single-standing flute which mirrors the flutes or “lily pads” in Frog Fountain; and it is hoped that it will serve as a quiet place for reflection, where members of the TCU community - where “we’re all about people” - can recall and recognize fellow students who, though their lives were cut short, still remain with us.

Current Status: Complete

Start Date: March 2013

Completion Date: April 2013

Design Architect: David Hoyler

Builder: Retzlaff Construction

 


Amon G. Carter Stadium Renovation

More Images Webcam 1 Webcam 1

For more information please visit www.stadium.tcu.edu.



Scope: Amon G. Carter Stadium was renovated in two phases.  The first phase involved the west and north stands.  The west stands were demolished and were reconstructed from the ground level up, to provide improved patron amenities, a new press box, suites on two levels, and a club area similar to the Meyer-Martin Athletic Complex.  Game and field support facilities, together with storage and team support space are provided at the northwest lower basement level of the west stands.  Improvements in the north end-zone include added seating on the upper level, a party deck and added rest rooms and concession stands.  The second phase started with demolition of the east stands followed by reconstruction from the ground up to provide seating on two levels, and improved patron amenities.

Current Status: Complete

Start Date:  November 2010

Completion Date: August 2012

Architects: HKS Architects

Builders: Austin Commercial

 


Admission Center

More Images

Scope:  The new Mary Wright Admission Center is located at the intersection of Stadium Drive and Berry Street.  The 14,520 square foot facility has a large lobby that displays the "TCU Experience"; space for group presentations; rooms for counselors to meet with the families; and office space for the Dean of Admission and staff. 

Current Status: Complete

Start Date: December 2009

Completion Date: August 2010

Architects: Cannon Design and Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford

Builder: Linbeck Construction