Texas Woman's University, Hubbard Hall rendering
Education — Denton, TX

Texas Woman's University, Hubbard Hall

The Hubbard Hall project consisted of a 100,754-sqaure-foot renovation and 23,920-square-foot addition to the well-known building on the Texas Woman’s University campus. The updated building will serve as a modern student union and incorporates features suggested by students, including expanded food service areas, large and small meeting spaces, a meditation room, auditorium and a ballroom.

The ballroom is capable of seating 1,000 people or hosting 640-person banquets. On the same floor, McCarthy also added quiet study lounges, open desk spaces complete with outlets and USB ports at every seat and additional university offices.

The updates also include a 295-seat auditorium for performances and student organization space and special chambers for the Student Government Association.

100,754
square feet
Renovation
1,000-person
Banquet hall
23,920
square feet
New space

Architect

  • Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford

Contact

Charles Buescher

Charles Buescher

Address
12001 N Central Expressway
Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75243
Email
Phone
972-991-5500