COLLEGE STATION, Texas - More than $328 million in new construction has been approved by the Texas A&M University Board of Regents Thursday.
The Texas A&M University System has more than $4.1 billion in construction projects across the state of Texas in planning and design, construction, or development.
Funding for projects approved Thursday include:
- $8.4 million for the Bain Athletic Expansion Project at West Texas A&M
- $17.6 million for a Student Services Building at Texas A&M University-Commerce
- $29.3 million for student housing at Texas A&M University –San Antonio
- $7 million for infrastructure at the RELLIS Campus in Bryan
- $83.2 million for the Student-Athlete Academic &Wellness Center and Bright-Slocum Center at Texas A&M
- $38 million for a new parking garage at Tarleton State University
- $55 million for Borlaug Southern Crop Improvement Center Renovations in College Station
- $4.5 million for the TEES Detonation Research Test Facility Project in Bryan
- $17.4 million to build a student recreation center at Texas A&M University-San Antonio
- $7.1 million for the Health Sciences Education and Research Center and the Western Hemispheric Trade Center expansion projects at Texas A&M International University in Laredo
- $45 million for renovation of the Education Building and for health and safety upgrades across campus at West Texas A&M University in Canyon.
- $2.9 million for AgriLife Vernon Campus storm repairs
- $5.5 million for renovation of Dunn Hall at Texas A&M
- $5.8 million for HVAC work in the Bringle Lake Village dorm at Texas A&M University-Texarkana
- $1.7 million to build the Texas A&M Forest Services’ Hudson Office in Lufkin
Additionally, Regents approved amending the Texas A&M University System’s 2023-2027 Capital Plan to include:
- $60 million for renovations to Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park at Texas A&M
- $25 million for the West Campus Player Development Center and Ellis Field renovations at Texas A&M
- $9 million for the Outdoor Competition Throws and Warmup Track at Texas A&M
- $3.8 million for a Research Administration Building at Tarleton State University