Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports, SMUDedman Center for Lifetime Sports, SMU | Architecture | Construction Administration
This expansion and renovation project redefines the facility’s identity by establishing a new entrance rotunda as the main focal point. The 154,000-square foot upscale facility includes basketball/ volleyball courts with permanent spectator seating, indoor track, weight training, racquetball courts, aerobics, multi-purpose for indoor soccer, classrooms, cafe’ and conference facilities. The project was a collaborative venture of Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford and RDG Sports.
Junkins Engineering Building, SMUJunkins Engineering Building, SMU | Architecture | Programming / Strategic Planning | Interior Design | Master Planning | Construction Administration | Graphics
The Junkins Engineering Building is one of three new buildings that make up SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering. It was designed as a state-of-the-art facility for instruction and research providing multimedia classrooms, faculty, administrative and graduate-assistant offices, and laboratories for electrical engineering. The building has 50,000 square feet on four levels. Faculty offices are on the top level with classes and labs below. Laboratories include Sub-micron Grating, Semiconductor Laser, Opto-Electronics Simulation, Pulsed Laser Deposition, Cryo-electronics, Solid State Device Characterization, and a Class 10,000 clean room with individual work areas. Other specialty laboratories include biomedical engineering, multimedia and telecommunications networking to develop techniques for transmitting voice and video systems with an emphasis on wireless network connections, Optical and Millimeter Wave Communications, as well as Microwave Electronics and Circuits. Other functional areas include a computer lab, faculty/staff/student break and collaboration area, and a departmental laboratory.