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Ribbon Cutting at MSI

Patton Center for Marine Science Education Center Ribbon Cutting

August 29, 2022 - The University of Texas Marine Science Institute hosted a ribbon-cutting event on Saturday, Aug. 14, for the sponsors and donors who supported its newly renovated visitor center, now renamed the Patton Center for Marine Science Education, to commemorate contributions by Bobby and Sherri Patton.

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Ground broken for new UT-Marine Science Institute student housing in Port Aransas

April 19, 2022 — The University of Texas Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas was hit hard by Hurricane Harvey more than 4 years ago, and one of the biggest impacts was on its student housing. Now, work has finally begun on a new housing complex for those students. Ground was broken Tuesday morning for what will be known as the Wilson Cottages.

John S. Chase Building

The Legacy of John S. Chase in East Austin: Virtual Tour

August 11, 2021 - The University of Texas at Austin Division of Diversity and Community Engagement has completed its long-anticipated restoration of this architectural and community icon for future use by the Center for Community Engagement. Dorothy Fojtik was the University of Texas at Austin Project Management and Construction Services’ (PMCS) Project Manager for this project. PMCS’ Design Services team provided architectural and engineering design services with Nathan Goodman as lead architect and Kris Tatsch as lead engineer on this project. Carter Design Associates was the historic consultant for this project.

New Blanton Museum Coming 2022

The New York Times: Blanton Museum Redesign Aims to Raise Its Profile

Jan. 12, 2021 - The $35 million initiative at the University of Texas museum, led by the firm Snohetta, features a Carmen Herrera mural commission.

Blanton Museum of Art shares a $35 million campus redesign

Jan. 12, 2021 - The Blanton of Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin will break ground later this year on a dramatic $35 million revamp of its grounds with refreshed landscaping and architectural features including a new central outdoor space framed by a cluster of 15 petal-shaped shading structures.