Texas  Tech  University  -  Frazier  Alumni  Pavilion

Project Description:

The design of the Frazier Alumni Pavilion intends to reflect the campus’ architectural style while celebrating the legacy of past alumni.

 

The exterior buildings striking glass compliments solid walls of colored brick and cast stone topped with red tile roofs, a prominent campus characteristic.  Recalling the original campus’s courtyard forms, grass and brick paver areas were included at the south and north of the pavilion for outdoor gatherings.  Highlighting the design are a grand assembly hall with exposed wood structure and expansive fire place, kitchen and catering areas, along with multiple storage and support spaces.  Located at the intersection of Red Raider Avenue and the Drive of Champions, the 10,000 SF pavilion faces Jones AT&T Stadium represents a unique setting for returning alumni, students and friends of Texas Tech University to congregate in a memorable and unique atmosphere.

Location:

Lubbock, Texas

Project Size:

10,000 SF

Completion Date:

1998

Design Team:

Architect: JDMA Architects

Consulting Architect: Pierce and Winn Architects

Structural Engineer: RTR Engineers, Inc.

MPE Engineers: Fanning, Fanning & Associates

General Contractor:

Lee Lewis Construction, Inc.

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