UTEP Chemistry & Computer Science Building featuring Plaster Reveals and Stucco Stops

In March of 2010, The University of Texas at El Paso broke ground on its new $70 million, 140,000-square-foot Chemistry and Computer Science Building. The building will provide state-of-the-art facilities for both departments on the UTEP campus. The construction of this building marks the largest single construction investment on the UTEP campus to date.

Flannery provided Aluminum Plaster Reveals and Stucco Stops for the exterior of this project. Those reveals included the Plaster Channel Screed (PCS 75-75), Plaster F-Mold (FPM 75-75), and Drip Screeds (DS-875). A good portion of the project utilized Flannery’s 2-piece Expansion Reveal (EXP 75-75). All trims were factory painted in one of three custom colors, which included Philadelphia Cream, Shelburne Buff, and Audubon Russet.

View of the Southwest Corner of the new UTEP Building

Rear View of UTEP Chemistry & Computer Science Building