BRYAN – The Texas A&M University System broke ground yesterday on the first project at the 2,000-acre RELLIS Campus.
Officials expect to begin accepting applications by this time next year and have students taking courses by fall 2018.
The Center for Infrastructure Renewal will be the first research facility up and running on the new campus, located on the former Riverside campus adjacent to SH 47 and SH 21.
Blinn College will also build a $30 million facility on the campus. It will open in August 2018. A multi-institutional Gateway Education Center will open in fall 2020.
New Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station facilities will break ground in early 2017 and December 2017, respectively, with a mid-2018 opening envisioned for both.
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