Apr 5th 2021 | Posted in Healthcare by Texas Government Insider

The University of Texas (UT) at Tyler is seeking architect/engineering firms to design a $150 million Medical Education Building.
It will support interdisciplinary education for graduate medical students, resident training, and nursing, and aid in a medical education program expansion throughout the UT Health East Texas Health System.
UT Health Science Center at Tyler UT Tyler moves forward with $150M Medical Education Building expansion

UT Health Science Center at Tyler

Programmatic functions are expected to include flexible classrooms, conference and meeting rooms, auditoriums, faculty and student services offices, study rooms and study spaces, and a public pharmacy, all in a 250,000-square-foot building. Teaching laboratory space will consist of simulation, computer, surgical, cadaver, supportive, and active training.

In addition, the Medical Education Building will provide outpatient and specialty clinical services with exam rooms, specimen collection/processing, and imaging facilities. Supporting spaces will include food services, dining, locker rooms and gowning, breakrooms, lobbies, and reception areas.
The university will issue a separate solicitation for a construction manager at risk to oversee this project. Work is scheduled to start in November 2022 and conclude in October 2024.