BRYAN - Texas A&M University will build a 30,000-sf Gross Anatomy Lab on its Health Science Center campus. The $7.2 million facility will be adjacent to the Medical Research & Education Building, which was built in 2011 along with the Health Professions Education Building.
The lab will include offices, teaching labs, specimen rooms, prep areas and tank wash rooms, chemical and specimen storage rooms and locker rooms.
The new building will allow the university to bring all first-year medical students from different campuses to a central location. Completion is anticipated before classes begin in July 2015.
The building is designed with the ability to be expanded in the future. Satterfield & Pontikes Construction is the general contractor for the project.
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