The new building was a four-story cast-in-place concrete building, with typical floors consisting of two-way flat slabs and post tensioned concrete beams. Civil Engineering services consisted of grading for the proposed building pad, design of a fire lane truck access drive and truck dock area, drainage system design, layout of the chilled water mains and water and sewer service taps to the University mains.
CGA provided site development services for a new 161,000 square foot facility, which included hydraulic analysis and the relocation of an existing creek to facilitate future buildings in the industrial park.
The project included the design of a 12 foot wide elevated walkway about 400 feet long, built over the lake near the north end of West Lawther Drive for the new reconstructed White Rock Lake Trail and the design of two timber bridges to serve as pedestrian and bicycle bridges, one 150 feet long and the other 30 feet long.
The Center is a collection of facilities for the transfer of passengers to and from different modes of transportation, and includes the Passenger Services Building, the Amtrak Services Building, the TRE and Amtrak Platforms, the bus transfer area, the "kiss and ride" drop-off area and the north and south pavilions.