Houston-based Satterfield & Pontikes Construction topped out the Texas A&M Health Science Center with the placement of the last piece of structural steel on the HSC’s first two buildings at the college’s new Bryan campus.

Totaling more than 250,000 sq ft, the Health Professions Building and the Medical Research and Education Building are the first two structures on a site planned to eventually utilize more than 4 million sq ft of education, research, clinical and hospital space. The HSC is expected to be complete in July.