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Texas A&M expansion approved for Fort Worth campus

​​​FORT WORTH – Texas A&M is about to break ground on the anchor building of its new downtown campus.

The $150 million project has been approved and will begin construction in June. The eight-story building will​ replace the current Law and Education building. Construction will finish in 2025.

Two more buildings are planned for the campus. 

The Gateway Building will have classroom and meeting space and a conference center. 

The Research and Innovation Building will house public and private research and development initiatives in engineering, defense, agriculture, telecommunications, health sciences, and technology.

The architect, Stantec, will work with Pelli Clarke & Partners.​


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