University of Texas at Dallas to build Living/Learning Center, Student Housing

UT System Selects HADP Architecture for New Student Housing and Living/Learning Center
UTD Sketch of Live Learn Complex
UTD Sketch of Live Learn Complex
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* Residence Hall
* Live/Learn Environment

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* Education

* Miami - Florida - US

Sept. 21, 2012 - PRLog -- The University of Texas System, Office of Facilities Planning and Construction, has selected HADP Architecture as design architect working as consultants to the firm of HKS Architects for a new Student Housing/Living Learning Center at University of Texas at Dallas.  

HADP Architecture, together with HKS, will design the new residence hall, dining facility, recreation complex and parking garage.  The residence hall  and related facilities, at approximately 285,000 gross square feet, will house 600, primarily freshman students.  The project will also include classrooms, Living/Learning gathering spaces, and offices.

Sited on the North West portion of campus, the 800-seat dining hall and kitchen will serve students  who live in four nearby residence halls. A parking garage component will provide spaces for 750 cars and include roadwork, plus an indoor/outdoor Recreation Facility with 25,000 gross square feet of indoor activity area.  

The housing and Living Learning Center will support student growth, and help address overcrowding in the current dining and activity centers at the campus core. The Preliminary Project Cost is $75,000,000 and is slated for completion in Fall 2014.

For additional information, Contact Jennifer Stewart at 305.476.1102 or email

Founded more than 30 years ago, HADP Architecture is one of the region’s premier architecture firms in higher education student housing, educational facilities, and multi-family housing.  HADP has designed more than 33,000 on-campus beds nationwide and has completed more than 1,500 school and university projects.  Multi-family housing projects range from condominiums and senior living facilities to apartments and affordable housing.

Designing a sustainable future is a top priority, and HADP works with great sensitivity toward preserving the environment with a design approach that takes into account how buildings reflect the history and culture of their communities. All Principals are LEED Accredited Professionals for Building Design and Construction.
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