Midlothian Phase III Construction
Architectural rendering of the Phase III academic building courtesy of Clark Nexsen.
On Thursday, May 8, 2014, the College ceremonially kicked off the Phase III Project at Midlothian with a groundbreaking.
The highlight of Phase III is a new 67,347-square-foot academic building, which will provide specialized space for engineering classes, allowing the College to continue expanding its offerings in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and healthcare (STEM-H).
In addition to an engineering lab, the three-story academic building will house an outdoor classroom and learning lab, a black box teaching theatre, a music room, a recording studio, computer labs, classrooms, faculty offices, student services offices, fitness and dance classrooms, and a small café. Finally, the project includes construction of a four-story parking deck and a new campus entrance on Woolridge Road. During construction, the loop road on campus will also be completed.
Midlothian Phase III offers Tyler students, and the broader community, a number of exciting new opportunities.
The project is slated to be completed by Fall 2015.
For more information, follow Brick by Brick, a blog written by a John Tyler student interning at Gilbane and working on the project.
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