Treanor Science & Technology Blog/News
JB Hunt Library at North Carolina State University. Photo courtesy of NCSU. (The Sextant Group)
Classsroom concept for Engineering Education Complex at Texas A&M University (Treanor Science & Technology)
Mock up classroom in use at the University of Kansas School of Engineering (Treanor Science & Technology)
Symposium attendees leaving for the KU Engineering High Bay tour.
Ready for the trip to the construction zone.
Inside the high bay research area with a 40' tall and 36' wide strong wall used for testing of full scale systems and components.
Session I: Technology in Education by Craig Park, FSMPS, Assoc. AIA, The Sextant Group
Session II: Sustainable Laboratory Design by Ed Kinsch & Rodney LaBelle, Kewaunee Scientific
Session III: Planning for New Academic Trends by Jack Black, AIA, LEED AP, Ayers Saint Gross.
Jim Bogle, Vicki Kraft & Kathy Stone presented to our team, and we are committed to help!
Mark Muller describes material selection choices.
Dave Livingood walks the team through design options for Texas A&M.
Greg Kimball takes charge, pointing out details for his team.
Sharon Schmitz shares special considerations about design for justice.
Treanor Architects participated in the inaugural Topeka Canstruction competition on Saturday, May 31.
Special thanks to our project leaders, Ian Pitts (left) and Andrew Oliver (right). Good job!