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Texas A&M constructing new training infrastructure at RELLIS campus

September 8, 2023

Texas A&M University officials are seeking architectural/engineering services for the relocation of select Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) operations and the construction of a new training infrastructure in a different section of the RELLIS Campus.

The addition of utilities (water, power, septic) and fiber connections from the north to the south end of the property is necessary due to a lack of infrastructure at the new property. 

Summary of work tasks include:  

  • Establishing a master plan with future expansion.
  • Creating an Urban Grid with (2) prop buildings, a Drive Track, a CDL Skills Pad, a Driving Skills Pad, three pavilion-style classrooms with restrooms and audiovisual.
  • Relocating both utilities and current infrastructure training area props.
  • Adding water, power, and septic from the property line to new facilities.

TEEX operations currently include three training divisions covering 1,900 acres with various outdoor facilities, including power training fields, law enforcement firing ranges, a heavy equipment field, an emergency vehicle-driving track and a simulation prop house for tactical training.

The total project cost is $25.3 million.

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