University Breaks Groud on New Ag Complex

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

If there was ever any question how important the "A" in Texas A&M still is, a Friday event removed all doubt.

University officials broke ground on a brand new five-story Agriculture Headquarters Building.

The 166,000 square-foot facility will house the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Texas AgriLife Extension Service, and Texas AgriLife Research. The $62 million complex is scheduled to open in 2011.

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