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Frog Alley Parking Garage

Scope: The construction of the Frog Alley Parking Garage - TCU’s first parking structure, consisting of four stories, approximately 343,412 sf, and 984 parking spaces - was completed in August 2015.

The garage serves as student parking for the nearby dorms as well visitor parking for daily use and large events.  In addition to the in-garage parking, there is a 97-space surface lot south of the garage and 46 surface parking spaces to the East and North for students and faculty. 

Many architectural features match the Amon G. Carter Football Stadium and other buildings around campus including arches, brick facade, an ornamental railing and purple tile.  Other special features include precast medallion replicas of the TCU seal, a large monumental stair and towers at each corner of the building.  The garage also includes two elevators, electrical rooms, data rooms, a guard office, split system cooling and heating, storage rooms, a dry standpipe fire protection system, and emergency phones throughout.

Current Status: Complete

Start Date: December 2014

Completion Date: August 2015

Architects: HC Beck

Builders: HC Beck