Commercial Project Profiles: Education

 
Rmax Project Profile - SMU Aquatic Center

SMU Aquatics Center - dallas, texas: thermasheath-®3

Building on a legacy of proud Olympians, world records and 155 national titles, SMU broke ground on a new Aquatics Center on February 26, 2016.  The 42,000 square foot center will be home to SMU’s internationally recognized men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. Located on the University’s growing east campus, the center will provide facilities for practice, competition and community use.  The Aquatics Center will feature an Olympic-sized, eight-lane indoor pool with a diving platform, including four springboards and a 10-meter tower for training and competition. All offices, locker rooms, classroom and meeting areas will be located adjacent to the pool. The center will offer seating for 800 spectators in the mezzanine level.  

 
McCadams Athletic Center, Lipscomb Academy

McCadams Athletic Center, Lipscomb Academy - nashville, Tennessee: ECOMAXCI™ WALL SOLUTION

McCadams Athletic Center is a 25,000 sq.ft. indoor training facility for all sports at Lipscomb Academy. It includes a practice field with indoor turf, locker rooms, a team meeting room and conference room. It also has an outdoor terrace that overlooks the track and football field. The McCadams Athletic Center is named after the late Glen McCadams, longtime coach and Athletic Director at Lipscomb Academy.
 

 
STANFORD RESEARCH PARK - PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA: ECOMAXCI™ WALL SOLUTION

STANFORD RESEARCH PARK - PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA: ECOMAXCI™ WALL SOLUTION

STUDIOS worked with Stanford Real Estate to design this new research and development campus, which now serves as the corporate headquarters for Theranos, a rapidly growing blood diagnostics company. Redevelopment of this site was a visible reflection of the modernization and revitalization of the Park.

 
Rmax Project Profile - Betty Irene Moore Hall

Betty Irene Moore Hall - Sacramento, CAlifornia: TSX-8500

UC Davis broke ground on a new $50 million nursing school building in November of 2015. The 70,000-square-foot building will become the primary home of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing on the schools Sacramento campus.

The three-story building will have simulation labs where care scenarios play out on one side and debriefing rooms provide opportunity to discuss bedside decisions on the other side.