The first big milestone for the Texas A&M Health Science Center is set to take place Tuesday at the Bryan Municipal Building. That is where the Bryan city council will vote on conveying 200 acres of land to the University to get the project rolling.
The city had to scramble to get all the pieces in place to meet an A&M deadline. But they did, and city staffers say it will be worth it.
"They have a great firm actually a team of architectural engineering firms - local as well as around the state," said Bryan Deputy City Manager Joey Dunn. "I think that will complement their future campus."
The next step has the Health Science Center taking architectural bids for the $10 million master plan.