Marvin Tate transportation hub opens to serve Bryan, Texas

After six different grants and four years of planning, the Marvin Tate Coordination Complex Center has completed construction in Bryan, Texas. Photo courtesy Thomas McConnell

After six different grants and four years of planning, the Marvin Tate Coordination Complex Center has completed construction in Bryan, Texas. The project was led by Dallas-based company MYCON General Contractors, Inc. (MYCON).

Located at 2117 Nuches Lane, the 1070 m2 (11,518 sf) centre was designed by Williamson Group Architects and PlanNorth Architectural Company. It features integrated technology and is 100 percent compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The building will serve as the new headquarters for mass transportation provider Brazos Transit District (BTD). It will include offices, meeting spaces, an adaptable boardroom with built-in accessibility features, and lobby space highlighting BTD’s history. The exterior façade consists of modern metal paneling and glued laminated (glulam) timber beams, which are durable and efficient to produce.

The Marvin Tate Coordination Complex Center is named after and dedicated to former City of Bryan mayor and Texas A&M Junction Boys survivor Marvin Tate.

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