TCU Rees-Jones Hall

Fort Worth, TX


  • Education


  • electrical engineering
  • mechanical / plumbing engineering


  • 62,000 SF

BHB provided MEP engineering designs for the new three-story, 62,000 SF, $23.7 million Rees-Jones Hall. The academic building houses classrooms, faculty offices, interdisciplinary space, library functions, an incubator lab, and an idea factory for both students and faculty. As TCU’s first completely integrative academic building, Rees-Jones Hall was designed to facilitate creative, intellectual and innovative thoughts that will result in new ideas and entrepreneurship.

The building is also home to the TCU Energy Institute and the Institute for Child Development. In addition, a pedestrian air bridge was built on the second-level to connect Reese-Jones Hall and the Mary Couts Burnett Library. The facility was designed to be energy efficient and reduce utility usage. Rees-Jones Hall is LEED Gold certified.

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