Texas A&M University Builds San Antonio STEM Facility

Published 7-25-2017

Texas A&M University is building a $46 million STEM education facility in San Antonio. Designed by Stantec to support programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the 136,000-sf facility will provide 25 classrooms and 12 laboratories, including teaching labs for biology, chemistry, geology, and physics. The building will house the Center for Experiential Learning and Community Engagement as well as accommodating the study of microscopy, genetics, metabolism, physiology, and ecology. SpawGlass Construction broke ground on the project in March of 2017 and completion is expected by fall of 2018. 

Related Organizations
Stantec
Architect
Spaw-Glass Construction Services, Inc.
General Contractor