Transporting A&M Into The Future

The prestigious Texas A&M University asked us to build their new transportation institute facility and we happily obliged; we’re always proud to work with A&M on anything they need. The new facility would feature a vehicle simulator lab, a massive conference wing, and a laboratory wing. The sprawling center needed to feel large yet traversable.

The Details

Through a collaboration with the architecture firm, Energy Architecture, we built the new TAMU Transportation Institute Headquarters as a proud example of A&M’s adherence to tradition, innovation, and education. The vehicle simulator lab was a unique challenge, as it was a unique facet to the building—not everything needs a vehicle simulator, after all. In fact, we can now proudly state that we’ve built our first fully-fledged vehicle simulator lab. That’s not something every construction firm can claim.

“I was relieved to learn that Bartlett Cocke is the General Contractor for our next large project on campus….I look forward to this project with an optimism that comes from knowing we have a proven winner on board with us.”

Jon Hall

Project Manager

The Texas A&M University System

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