Education

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS BIOENGINEERING & SCIENCES BUILDING

DALLAS, TEXAS The University of Texas at Dallas Bioengineering and Sciences Building provides 220,000 GSF of state-of-the-art research laboratories that are sufficiently flexible to be used as multi-disciplinary teaching labs, laboratory support spaces, faculty and student offices and administrative offices. The building houses Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering,

UNT STUDENT UNION

DENTON, TEXAS Brandt was awarded the mechanical and plumbing work for the construction of the renovation and expansion of this project. Brandt was brought into the project early in a design-assist capacity. The project was over budget and needed Brandt’s ability to effectively remove cost while maintaining

UNT DISCOVERY PARK CAPACITY UPGRADE

DENTON, TEXAS The University of North Texas awarded Brandt the UNT Discovery Park Capacity Upgrade project. In order to accommodate the Biomedical Engineering Building addition to the Discovery Park building, the facility required significant upgrades to the existing utility services. Brandt’s services included renovations to the chilled

TCU WORTH HILLS GREEK DORMS

FORT WORTH, TEXAS Brandt provided mechanical and plumbing construction services for the TCU Worth Hills Greek Dorms. This project consisted of five two-chapter sorority buildings at 31,000 sf/each, one three-chapter sorority building at 48,000 sf, and one two-chapter fraternity building at 26,000 sf. The new dorms

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY KRUEGER HALL

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Brandt performed a redesign of the HVAC system of Texas A&M University’s Krueger Hall to upgrade the original system, built in 1972. The work in the residence hall consisted of removing the existing HVAC system and replacing it with new RTU equipment, pumps,

SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY HOUSING COMPLEX

DALLAS, TEXAS SMU embarked on the construction of a new housing complex for first- and second-year students on its Dallas campus. The new housing follows the Residential Commons model and is designed to reflect SMU’s signature Collegiate Georgian style of architecture. The project consists of five

SMU – PATTERSON HALL CUP

DALLAS, TEXAS SMU’s central utility plant required significant upgrades to keep up with growing demands. Siemens hired Brandt to perform an extensive MEP renovation on SMU’s Patterson Hall. In 2000, our team performed the SMU central plant redevelopment. This unique experience and knowledge of the facility aided

BAYLOR UNIVERSITY – PAUL L. FOSTER HANKAMER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

WACO, TEXAS Bandt self-performed the mechanical and plumbing installation on a new 275,000 square foot business school. Reaching four floors of student and faculty space with a fifth floor mechanical penthouse, the central design is an expansive atrium to create a “Town Square” concept. This strategic

SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE MOODY LEARNING CENTER RENOVATIONS – ALAMO COLLEGES

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS The Moody Learning Center project included the comprehensive renovation of the 188,000 square foot, seven-story structure. The facility features classroom space, research facilities and the main campus library, which is located on the first floors. The fourth-floor houses three Rare Book Collection Rooms.

BAYLOR SCIENCES BUILDING

WACO, TEXAS This project included a 512,000 sq. ft., four-story building with approximately 200 labs, 40 classrooms and 200 faculty offices. Brandt performed the pre-construction phase that included design review, value engineering, GMP review, schedule coordination, constructability analysis, and shop drawing coordination. The building is served by