The Texas A&M Student Recreation Center is set to get its first major facelift since opening in 1995 -- a $50 million renovation that will increase its space by 25 percent.
The university is soliciting bids from companies who will work with San Antonio-based architect Marmon Monk to renovate the center. The request calls for nearly 20,000 square feet of renovated space, nearly 36,000 square feet of natatorium renovation and more than 113,000 square feet of new construction. The design is somewhat flexible and the final list of amenities will be determined by the winning bid.
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