February 21, 2017
Tarleton State University, located in Stephenville, TX, is preparing to break ground on a $54 million engineering building. Texas A&M University System’s Board of Regents approved the budget and construction for the building, which will begin March 31. Completion is scheduled for fall 2018.
The facility will provide laboratory, classroom and administrative space, as well as a new location for programs currently housed in the university’s existing Engineering Technology and Hydrology/Engineering buildings.
“The new building will bring all of the university’s engineering, engineering technology and computer science programs together under one roof,” said Tarleton President Dominic Dottavio. “These programs have experienced exceptional growth in recent years, and this new, up-to-date facility will position them among the best in the state.”
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