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ARLINGTON, TEXAS — Construction is advancing for the new Science & Academic Building at Tarrant County College’s Southeast Campus, located in Arlington. The three-story building totals 120,000 square feet. Once complete in late 2010, it will house the school’s Life Science and Computer Science programs. It will feature a 150- to 200-student lecture hall, general purpose classrooms, teaching science laboratories, a common prep area, student gathering areas and a three-story atrium. The project is also applying for LEED-Gold certification and is part of the college’s master plan for a new science and technology corridor on the campus. The project architect is Plano, Texas-based SHW Group and the general contractor is the Dallas office of Turner Construction Co.

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