Institutional Engineering

Where Lasting Values Meet Lasting Solutions

ccrd understands that an academic campus represents a collection of institutional values, identities and excellence. Every building must reflect these themes. That’s why we are constantly looking for ways to design, functional, sustainable systems that will complement these values for generations to come. Being successful at this is just another way art meets engineering.

Putting our heads together to come up with the right solutions is engineering at its best. Our goal is to deliver an institutional facility that addresses specific academic program needs without compromising the safety of the campus and its students and faculty. We have had great success in collaborating closely with University staff and other experts to insure that the completed facility is efficient, sustainable and cost-effective in the long term.

Take a look at some of our most recent Institutional projects.

Texas Christian University

This spectacular academic center represents ccrd’s continuing commitment to creative solutions through collaborative teaming. Our engineering firm has been championing sustainable design since its inception.


Rice University, Brockman Hall For Physics

The Brockman Hall for Physics is a new 110,000 gsf building located on Rice University campus which houses condensed matter labs, laser optics labs, chemistry wet labs and general physics labs.


The University Of Texas At Arlington, Chemistry & Physics Building

The Science Building at UT Arlington provided new research and teaching space for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Department of Physics. The two departments identified a need of approximately 125,703 gross square feet of space.


Southern Methodist University, Dedman Center For Lifetime Sports

The Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports expansion and renovation included 154,000 square feet of indoor recreational space plus an outdoor social area.