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Groundbreaking Ceremony for Kinesiology Building Program

Designed by SmithGroup Architects of Dallas and Vandergriff Group of Midland, the Kinesiology Building contains 63,000 gross square feet. The one-story steel frame structure will have exterior cladding of masonry veneers, aluminum curtain wall, and roof panels. The new facility will provide the campus with classrooms, biomechanics and exercise physiology labs, offices, lecture spaces, a weight room, and athletic training space - including hydrotherapy pools - for clinical activities and support spaces. The athletic portion of the building will house an equipment room, locker rooms for football and women's soccer, and coaches' offices.

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Groundbreaking Ceremony, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, The University of Texas Permian Basin, Kinesology Building, The D. Kirk Edwards Family Human Performance Center, Buildings and Grounds, Athletics, Health Care, Kinesiology, College of Health Sciences and Human Peformance, Jimmie B. Todd Academic Wing, ORMC Strength & Performance Center, SmithGroup, Vandergriff Group Architects, Lott Brothers


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The University of Texas of the Permian Basin Groundbreaking Ceremony - Kinesiology Building



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