The University of Texas at Arlington Trinity Hall

  • Arlington, Texas
    52,000 SF
    Beck – Architecture Beck – Construction

The UTA Trinity House was originally constructed as a residence hall in 1963. Due to the current condition of the building, Beck’s analysis of multiple design scenarios showed that a newer facility would be achievable financially and a better investment for the campus. Thereafter, a new 52,000 SF building was constructed as office space for several administrative support departments. The new facility provides offices, open work areas, a multipurpose room, large and medium-sized conference rooms, and two Media Production rooms. The building provides an open, large volume space with high ceilings. Construction was in compliance with all applicable building, energy, fire and life safety codes as well as Texas Accessibility Standards / Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.