Moody Science Building
Client: Schreiner University
Location: Kerrville, Texas
Size: 15,033 GSF
Lopez Salas Architects provided architectural services for the expansion & renovation of the Moody Science Building. Built in the mid 60’s, the Moody Science building was in need of modernization and the addition of new functional spaces including the main lobby with vertical circulation.
The project included the total renovation of the building’s core components and interior spaces, including all classrooms, laboratories, lecture rooms, and corridors. The main lobby addition consisted of aluminum and glass with a central staircase to give the building a modern high-tech look representative of a Science building. Design components of the laboratory classrooms included computer terminals, specimen storage areas and general storage rooms, sink areas, emergency shower, autoclave, locker rooms, laboratory work tables, and high-tech AV equipment.
To date, this is the second of three projects that Lopez Salas Architects has completed for Schreiner University.
Mike Boyle, President
M.J. Boyle General Contractor