Designing the new Center for Infrastructural Renewal focused on unifying the variety of engineering offerings and collaborative programs at Texas A&M University. Dedicated to improving the nation’s infrastructure, the CIR will consolidate diverse engineering and transportation disciplines into a first-class research facility. We believe that this unique experience has provided us with critical insight and will be crucial to the success of the new research facility.
Energy Architecture’s vision of the Center for Infrastructural Renewal is a state-of-the-art infrastructure research building, where material testing laboratories are integrated adjacent to spaces designed for exchanging ideas, lecture halls, and classrooms. Our development of a highly functional master plan to embrace the university’s research park,where students and faculty from multiple research arms of the campus can meet. Various science facilities, technical programs, innovating and interactive teaching spaces, engineer and training-all built on time and on budget.
The Artificial Lift Research and Technology Center (ALRTC), Claremore, Oklahoma, is the premier facility of its kind in the industry. ALRTC is the first facility anywhere capable of testing fully integrated systems for customers prior to installation in the field. [read more]