William and Linda Frost Center for Research and Innovation

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Project Summary:

This new facility will support the educational priorities of the campus including the latest learning pedagogies, state of the art flexible faculty/student research space, student collaboration spaces, faculty and staff offices, conference rooms and general classrooms. The program will include space for the College of Science and Mathematics, the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, the College of Liberal Arts and general University Classrooms and Teaching.

Stage of Development:

William and Linda Frost Center
Project Budget:
$133 million
Planning: January 2017
Design: December 2018
Construction: May 2019 - May 2022
Occupancy (Temporarily Certificate of Occupancy): November 2022 - April 2022
Acceptance (NOC): January 2023
Delivery Method:
Construction Management At-Risk - Gilbane
FPCP Project Manager:
Carla Brown
Dan Swingley
College of Science and Mathematics
College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences
College of Liberal Arts
University Scheduling
Frost Foundation
William and Linda Frost
Jim and Suzanne Boswell
Jack and Felisha Cashin
ZGF Architects

Leadership in Energy and Environment Design or (LEED): Gold
is an internationally recognized certification system to assure, by third-party verification, that a structure meets standards in range of key performance areas, from energy savings and water efficiency to CO2 emissions reduction and indoor environmental quality. Projects earn one of four levels of LEED certification - certified, silver, gold or platinum - based on a point-based rating system.

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