The University of Texas of the Permian Basin Residence & Dining Hall

310-bed residence and dining hall, the first residence hall on the UTPB Campus.

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The new residence hall has three floors with 310 beds and a connected 2-story dining facility. Each suite is served by a vertical, chilled water fan coil unit with ductwork through the shared corridor to each room. Dedicated outside air units serve ductwork throughout the building that connects to each suite system. The plumbing system was very extensive, with each suite of bedrooms having 2 bathrooms. Hot water is served through four hot water heaters inside the central plant. Electrical power is fed with strategically located panelboards to serve the multiple circuits within each suite. A 175KW generator provides backup power to the two elevators in the building.

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Location:
Odessa, TX

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Architect:
Randall Scott Architects

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Size:
115,000 SF

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Cost:
$33 Million

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