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Satterfield & Pontikes Completes Health Care, Military Facilities

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Construction of the first building on the new Texas A&M Health Science Center campus is complete, marking the beginning of the consolidated medical training and research complex in Bryan. Satterfield & Pontikes Construction of Houston completed the Health Professions Education Building, which was designed by Dallas-based FKP Architects.

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Construction on the 128,159-sq-ft HPEB facility was completed in about less than 20 months. S&P also completed the 12,565-sq-ft central physical plant; and is building the Medical Research and Education Building, the third building on the HSC campus, with completion slated for later this year. The health professions and medical research buildings are concrete-framed structures with masonry exteriors. The new 200-acre campus in Bryan will integrate the HSC’s education, research and clinical facilities onto a single campus. S&P’s contract for the project is $105 million.

Additionally, S&P completed the $34.9-million Primary Health Clinic at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. The 132,000-sq-ft clinic is a registered LEED-silver facility.

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