Texas A&M University has selected Joeris to construct the new 25,000 SF AgriLife Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center at RELLIS Campus in Bryan, TX. The Department of Animal Science will use this facility for research and investment in the local animal reproductive market.
The center will be located on the Texas A&M-RELLIS campus, a 2,400-acre applied research campus in Bryan. It will include research labs, educational spaces, office space, and animal holding and handling areas segregated by size and type of ruminants. Designated areas for each group will include chutes for specimen collection, stanchion space for hands-on instruction, and preparation and recovery spaces for small ruminants. These workspaces will be supported by load-out areas, holding pens, and alleyway circulation.