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Four New Buildings Will Be Constructed at Texas A&M

Regents recently approved building a new engineering building in Galveston, a health sciences building in Laredo, a public health and education building in San Antonio and an arts and media building in Corpus Christi....


Construction Starts On Texas A&M Animal Research Center

Texas A&M AgriLife Research hosted leaders from across The Texas A&M University System in a groundbreaking ceremony of the new Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center at Texas A&M-RELLIS, a 2,400-acre applied research campus in Bryan....


Texas A&M University Doubles Its Budget for Construction

The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Thursday almost doubled the construction budget — from $85 million to $150 million — for Phase One of the Texas A&M-Fort Worth urban research campus....


Texas A&M Receives Grant for Hempcrete Material Study

A plan from Texas A&M University researchers to 3D print new resilient buildings using hempcrete has the potential to lower the environmental impact of traditional construction methods and make housing more affordable and available....


Texas A&M Approves Millions of Dollars of New Construction

The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has announced the approval of several construction items, including projects in Fort Worth, Bryan, Prairie View and San Antonio. According to Texas A&M, the Regents approved the construction of a second education building on Tarleton State University's Fort Worth campus at a total cost of $66 million....


Texas A&M Graduate Oversees His First Job as Project Manager

The U.S. 82 in Red River County project is a memorable one for Zak Moore, RK Hall LLC project manager — it is the first job that he is overseeing. Moore, 23, graduated from Texas A&M with a BA in Construction Science in 2019 and was hired by the general contractor almost immediately....


Sage Oil Vac Named as a 2019 Aggie 100 Honoree

Sage Oil Vac has been selected as one of the top 100 companies from around the world at the 15th annual Aggie 100. The Aggie 100 honors the fastest-growing companies owned or operated by former students of Texas A&M University....


Texas A&M Announces Army Futures Command Project

The Texas A&M University System plans to authorize construction on a $130 million combat development complex for the Army Futures Command at the RELLIS campus in Bryan, Texas. The Eagle reported on Aug....


ASA: Insureds Must be Able to Depend on Workers' Comp Policies, State Laws

Workers' compensation insurance has long played an important role for the construction industry in managing the many risks that are inherent in the construction process, and insureds should be able to depend on the workers' compensation policies and Texas laws to provide protection against financial harm, the American Subcontractors Association and others in the construction industry told a Texas appeals court in an amici curiae, or "friends of the court," brief filed on Sept....


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