November 1, 2016
Another university will soon be under construction in the Rio Grande Valley, with Texas A&M University planning to launch construction next month on a $36 million, 60,000-square-foot facility in McAllen, TX. The campus will eventually contain approximately 750 students, and will offer interdisciplinary programs in engineering, engineering technology and biomedical sciences. The building is expected to deliver by fall 2018.
The Valley is already home to the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, which opened its doors in Edinburg, TX last year. The new center will be in the Tres Lago subdivision of McAllen, near Ware Road and Monte Cristo in north McAllen.
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