Texas A&M University Expands RELLIS Campus

Published 9-19-2019
  • Texas A&M University - Texas A&M Transportation Institute
  • Texas A&M University - Texas A&M Transportation Institute
  • Texas A&M University - Academic Alliance Complex Phase One
  • Texas A&M University - Academic Alliance Complex Phase One
  • Texas A&M University - Academic Alliance Complex Phase One
  • Texas A&M University - Texas A&M Transportation Institute

    Courtesy of Texas A&M University.

  • Texas A&M University - Texas A&M Transportation Institute

    Courtesy of Texas A&M University.

  • Texas A&M University - Academic Alliance Complex Phase One

    Courtesy of Texas A&M University.

  • Texas A&M University - Academic Alliance Complex Phase One

    Courtesy of Texas A&M University.

  • Texas A&M University - Academic Alliance Complex Phase One

    Courtesy of Texas A&M University.

Texas A&M University opened the $70 million headquarters of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) in September of 2019 in Bryan. Located on the RELLIS campus, the 190,000-sf facility provides advanced engineering research facilities for the creation of new transportation technologies and strategies for the optimization of infrastructure, construction materials, driver safety, and automated vehicles. The project team included Energy Architecture, design-build contractor Bartlett Cocke, structural engineer Gessner, MEP engineer Shah Smith & Associates, and infrastructure consultant 4b Technology Group
Texas A&M also opened the $42 million Academic Alliance Complex on the RELLIS campus in August of 2019. The three-story, 68,000-sf facility provides ten classrooms, 40 faculty offices, group learning and collaboration spaces, and teaching labs for allied health and upper-division science courses. The second phase of the Academic Alliance Complex broke ground in September of 2019. The $25 million, 45,000-sf building will offer leading-edge classrooms and labs, faculty offices, and student collaboration spaces to support the growth of engineering programs. Completion is expected in November of 2020. 
Lastly, construction will begin in fall of 2019 on the $130 million Bush Combat Development Complex. Slated for completion in June of 2021, the facility will enable the Army Futures Command to develop next-generation combat technologies. 

Related Organizations
Bartlett Cocke Construction Company
Design-Build Contractor
Shah Smith & Associates
MEP Engineer