dormARVADA, Colo.–Prescient, a Colorado-based technology company that uses its proprietary patented software, design, engineering, manufacturing and installation platform, welcomed students to the newly constructed student dormitories at the University of Texas (UT) and the University of South Florida (USF).

Satyen Patel
Satyen Patel

“Fast and timely installations are essential to student housing projects in order to avoid costly penalties for developers and general contractors driven by move-in deadlines corresponding with the commencement of the school year,” commented Satyen Patel, Chairman and CEO of Prescient. “We’re meeting and beating what others would consider impossible deadlines, and providing quality, cost-effective, precision-manufactured structural systems for buildings on campuses across the country.”

These dormitories, completed in conjunction with JE Dunn Construction and CBG Building Company will house nearly a thousand students for the 2016-2017 school year.

The University of Texas’ on-campus student housing project, “The Corner,” a 207-bed, 80,000 square foot project, was completed in July. The eight-story structure is the tallest of Prescient’s student housing structures thus far.

The student housing project at USF is a six story, 242,000 square foot student dormitory completed with construction partner, CBG Building Company in Tampa, Florida.

Prescient is a software design, structural system manufacturing and installation company with an innovative design platform that offers a faster, greener and more cost-effective alternative to conventional building structures. Prescient’s primary market segment is multi-unit buildings including apartments, student housing, senior living and hotels.