Longhorns are passionate about making the world a better place, and UT is home to a vast research enterprise. PMCS supports this mission by working with each client to understand and develop unique spaces, including wet, dry and computational research labs, to enhance discovery and help research efforts flourish. The emerging Health District at UT is uniquely designed to support interdisciplinary learning, research and community partnerships and to develop new leaders in the medical community. Clients include the Cockrell School of Engineering, the College of Natural Sciences and the Jackson School for Geosciences, as well as the Dell Medical School, the School of Nursing, the College of Pharmacy and the Steve Hicks School of Social Work. Our efforts extend across the Austin campus as well as the J.J. Pickle Research Campus, the McDonald Observatory, and the Marine Science Institute, among others.
|BLD||Project Name||Cost||Project Completion||Details|
|DPRI||Fish Lab - College of Natural Sciences||$700,000||March 2018||Details|
|ETC||Wet Lab||$125,000||March 2016||Details|
|NUR||Classroom and student space||$2,800,000||August 2017||Details|
|PAT||Fish Lab - College of Natural Sciences||$370,500||March 2018||Details|
|SUT||Robotic Arm||$61,000||July 2016||Details|