The D. Kirk Edwards Family Human Performance Center is the newest addition to the University of Texas Permian Basin campus in Odessa, Texas. The 63,717 square foot building was designed by SmithGroup.
The “Kirk” is a state-of-the-art facility with classrooms, lab space, and technology necessary to give UT Permian Basin students and athletes the best tools to excel. It’s home to the College of Health Sciences and Human Performance and features several labs including: athletic training education, exercise physiology, biomechanics, clinical skills, rehab, body composition, and bone densitometry. It also features faculty offices and the Jimmie B. Todd Academic Wing.
In the athletic wing there is a 150-seat auditorium / team meeting room, the ORMC Strength & Performance Center, locker rooms for football and women’s soccer, office space for coaches and staff, student-athlete lounge, and the cutting-edge athletic training room and hydrotherapy pools.
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