Texas A&M University 1972 Wing Laboratory
PGAL renovated this 15,000-square-foot, outdated space to create a state-of-the-art synthetic chemistry instruction and research environment.
Originally built in 1972, the renovated wing includes new chemistry labs, instruments labs, office space, and conference and study areas.
PGAL placed special emphasis on daylighting and durability of casework, flooring, and other interior finishes. Upgrades to the fire sprinkler system bring the facility in line with current life safety requirements.
- State-of-the-art synthetic chemistry instruction and research environment
- New chemistry labs, instruments labs, office space, and conference and study areas
- Fire sprinkler system updates to bring the facility up to current life safety requirements