SAN ANTONIO - The University of Texas System Board of Regents have approved the construction and design of two new buildings for the campus of the University of Texas in San Antonio.
Regents approved the construction of a $45 million Academic Learning and Teaching Center. The 125,000-sf structure will house an anatomy teaching facility that will be used to train medical, dental, nursing and other health professions students. It will also provide the university with additional classroom space and lecture halls.
Regents also approved design plans for the Center for Oral Health Care at the Medical Arts & Research Center (MARC). The 198,000-sf building will be built next to the MARC in the South Texas Medical Center. The project will cost $95 million to complete.
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