For the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC), BRW and our associate Design Architect worked together to design and document the Center for Oral Healthcare Clinic for the Texas A&M University (TAMU) College of Dentistry. This new clinic provides state-of-the-art dental care to underserved populations and trains students from under-represented communities.
The Center for Oral Healthcare Clinic building consists of nine stories with nine different types of clinical environments and 355 total operatories, ranging from general practice to prosthodontics and implant surgery. The 160,000 SF facility includes laboratories, classrooms, student spaces, clinical support areas, and a utility plant. The existing building was renovated to include a 4,000 SF stimulation center, gross anatomy laboratory, and additional academic laboratory environments in the existing basement.
*associate architect Kahler Slater
+ Nine story tower
+ Clinical education
+ Periodontics & Prosthodontics
+ Ambulatory surgery center
+ Group study rooms
+ Parking garage