About the Building
Gross Square Feet
Multidisciplinary Research Space
Area of Focus (Energy)
Level 2 Bridge
Combining form and function, the EEB's north-facing bridge will feature a new art installation and connect the building to the EERC to complete the engineering corridor.
This cutting-edge high-temperature lab will enable our community to explore new frontiers in innovation, and its abundant glasswork will showcase their research for all EEB visitors.
Level 5 Lounge and Lecture Hall
With its floor-to-ceiling windows and modern furnishings, this inviting space will serve as a state-of-the-art meeting venue and home away from home for students.
The Energy Engineering Building was made possible by the commitment of The University of Texas Board of Regents and the generosity of our Cockrell School of Engineering alumni and friends.
UT Board of Regents commits $100 Million in Permanent University Fund bond proceeds
Architects complete detailed design and UT Board of Regents approve start date for construction