UTSA Breaks Ground on $95M Science and Engineering Building

The new $95 Science and Engineering building at UTSA is the largest construction project in school history.

SAN ANTONIO — The University of Texas at San Antonio has broken ground on Phase I of construction for a new, $95 million Science and Engineering Building. Designed by San Antonio-based Alamo Architects and national architecture firm TreanorHL, the four-story, 153,000-square-foot building is the largest construction project in school history. Scheduled for a May 2020 completion, the project is funded primarily by tuition revenue bonds approved during the 2015 Texas legislative session.

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