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Saturday, August 23, 2003

August 2003 Regents Report

Today@Sam has the details of what  the Texas State University System Board of regents approved during their regular quarterly meeting held in Alpine:
  • Employment of Courtney Harper & Partners of Houston as consultants for a $1.6 million renovation of Estill Hall;
  • Employment of E&C Engineers and Consultants of Houston for a $1.9 million expansion of cooling capacity of the East Central Plant;
  • Preliminary plans prepared by HMA Consulting, Inc. of Bryan, for a $1.5 million electronic card access system for exterior doors on major buildings and residence halls;
  • Purchase of an almost one-half acre piece of property near the University Health Center for parking.