Construction Watch: University of North Texas unveils design for Frisco campus

By: | May 31, 2019
The first proposed building (pictured) for UNT’s Frisco campus features collaborative learning spaces, student support services, faculty and staff offices, and communal gathering areas.The first proposed building (pictured) for UNT’s Frisco campus features collaborative learning spaces, student support services, faculty and staff offices, and communal gathering areas.

The University of North Texas has offered a look at the Frisco campus’ first building as well as an accelerated timeline for construction as part of its campus master plan. Presented during a UNT System board of regents meeting, the new building features collaborative learning spaces, student support services, faculty and staff offices, and communal gathering areas. Read more.

In other construction news:

The University of Colorado Denver will construct a new building for the College of Engineering, Design and Computing on the Auraria Campus as part of the CU Denver Facilities Master Plan. To support construction, the school is executing a fundraising program, and a portion of the funding may come from the state. Read more.

As The University of Tennessee-Knoxville students head home for the summer, construction on several new buildings—including a new engineering facility and a new dining hall—is continuing. Read more.


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