Projects / Higher Education

University of Texas – Gregory Gym Climbing Wall – Austin, Texas

Owner: Universtiy of Texas
Contact Person: Dennis Duff
Date Completed: August 2013
Construction Cost: $380,000
Project Description:

Complete renovation of the existing 1,600 square foot climbing facility in Gregory Gym to produce a unique, state of the art rock climbing facility, compliant with the Climbing Wall Association (CWA) standards.

Jose I. Guerra, Inc. provided a initial analysis of the existing building and structure in order to safely support the climbing wall installation. The new facility includes a 2,600 square foot competitive grade bouldering climbing wall that offers crack and face climbing including overhangs and vertical slab features, arêtes, and dihedrals.

This project represents a variety of design elements that we would expect to encountered in a typical rotation list assignment. Mechanical duct distribution modifications, mechanical system rezoning, electrical power and lighting system renovations, fire sprinkler system modifications and cross discipline coordination above ceiling.

Services Provided:

Jose I. Guerra provided complete structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering design and construction administration services.

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