Texas A&M 'thumbs up' for College Station and McAllen projectsTexas A&M 'thumbs up' for College Station and McAllen projectshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121192016-02-15T06:00:00Z2016-02-15T19:25:00Z

​​COLLEGE STATION - The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved several new multimillion dollar construction projects.

The projects include a $33 million renovation of the Fred W. Dollar Commissary building at Texas A&M, a combined total of more than $28 million in HVAC projects across four student dorms and a $40 million Multipurpose Academic Building in McAllen.

The renovations to the commissary building are scheduled to be first in a series of projects that will convert the facility, which is being used for storage, to serve as a center for the University's data and servers.

Once complete, the project is planned to outfit the facility with data rooms, an office annex, perimeter security and emergency generators.

It is scheduled to see completion by early 2017.

On the Texas A&M campus, the Krueger, Legett, Neely and Underwood student dorms were approved to be renovated with new HVAC systems between May and July.

The 60,000-sf McAllen facility is slated to open up enrollment in fall 2017 with an expected four to six degree plans available.
The Eagle
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