A&M breaks ground on complex site

Eagle Staff Report

The Texas A&M University System broke ground Wednesday on a new $21 million academic complex that will house the School of Rural Public Health by 2006.

Though construction on the three buildings in the 91,000-square-foot complex began last month, officials gathered to mark the occasion Wednesday. The School of Rural Public Health is part of the A&M System’s Health Science Center.

The complex, located at Adriance Lab Road and University Drive on Texas A&M’s West Campus, is scheduled for completion by December of next year, school officials said.

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