Texas A&M to Break Ground on Genomic Medicine Building

The construction boom continues at Texas A&M. At 9:30 Tuesday morning university officials will break ground on The Texas Institute For Genomic Medicine. The building is part of a $300 million construction project at the university.

The building will be located at the corner of Raymond Stotzer Parkway next to the Large Animal Clinic.

Gov. Rick Perry will be the keynote speaker.

The groundbreaking comes only a few weeks after the university broke ground on two physics and astronomy buildings and a life sciences building, totaling $152 million.