Texas A&M Health Science Center

Bryan, Texas Signage for Research and Teaching Campus Draws Cues from Architecture

Texas A&M Health Science Center

Working with the Texas A&M University System, fd2s developed a robust wayfinding and identification signage program for Phase 1 of the Texas A&M Health Science Center campus in Bryan. The first phase of the project includes the Nursing and Health Professions Education Center and Medical Education and Research Building, which will be joined by research, patient care, and other supporting facilities as the campus is fully built out.

fd2s planned and designed a system that responds effectively to the underlying project architecture, balances the needs of the existing academic environment with the future patient-care activities, and conveys the relationship between the Health Science Center and the Texas A&M System in a sophisticated, low-key manner.

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