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  • The Engineering Program of the Texas A&M University System is comprised of the following:Dwight Look College of Engineering, the academic arm within Texas A&M University Engineering state agencies: Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), a State of Texas agency with a mission to build research capacity across the State. All engineering faculty within the Look College of Engineering conduct their scholarly research through TEES. Texas Transportation Institute (TTI), a State of Texas agency focused on all aspects of transportation research, from materials to all types of transportation systems and its interfaces, as well as technology transfer and professional development. Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), a State of Texas agency focused on developing a skilled and educated workforce – enhances public safety and health as well as economic growth through training, continuing education, and technical assistance. Home of the National Emergency Response & Rescue Training Center (NERRTC), Texas Task Force I, Urban Search and Rescue programs, and more. Agriculture Program is structured in a similar fashion. The Energy Engineering Institute is housed in TEES. However, it works with ALL universities and state agencies within the TAMU System. The objective is to leverage all activities related to energy within these units and build synergies to address important challenges in energy.
  • Research Valley Biocorrodor-Town-Gown Conference

    1. 1. plant<br />+<br />The Research Valley’s <br />OneHealth Plus Biocorridor™<br />International Town Gown Association<br />2011 Annual Conference<br />animal<br />+<br />human<br />
    2. 2. Discover Business Opportunities<br />The Research Valley, Texas<br />The Research Valley is an international leader in engineering, agriculture and biomedical innovations through the presence of world-class infrastructure and expertise. We are the home of the Texas A&M System, Texas A&M University, and key State research agencies, all headquartered in Bryan-College Station.<br />
    3. 3. Innovation<br />Innovation economic development is about the conversion of knowledge to a new venture – the commercialization of applied research. It is about building an ecosystem.<br />We define innovation as bringing value to the Research Valley through facilitating emerging science and technology new ventures that lead to jobs, investment, and expanded research in a global market place.<br />Discover Business Opportunities<br />The Research Valley, Texas<br />
    4. 4. <ul><li>Center of the “Texas Triangle”
    5. 5. Unique connectivity to three of the largest metros in the U.S.
    6. 6. Access to Port of Houston and global distribution network
    7. 7. Low cost of doing business (labor, utility, tax and logistic expenses)
    8. 8. Access to a motivated, highly-educated workforce with exceptional work ethic</li></ul>THE RESEARCH VALLEY<br />THE RESEARCH VALLEY<br />
    9. 9. Growing MegapolitanConnectivity<br />The Research Valley, Texas<br />By 2050 about 35 million people, or 70% of the population of Texas, will live in the metropolitan areas that compose the Texas Triangle, a globally competitive megaregion.<br />
    10. 10. HUB-N-SPOKE LABOR SHED<br />HUB-N-SPOKE LABORSHED<br />Population within 90-miles surrounding The Research Valley <br />exceeds 6.8 million, providing marketplace access to affordable <br />experienced workers and a steady student pipeline.<br />
    11. 11. TRANSPORTATION NETWORK<br />TRANSPORTATION NETWORK<br /><ul><li>Port of Houston, multi-Class I rail, and airport access to serve as supply chain gateway to North American markets
    12. 12. Easy access to interstate highways
    13. 13. Within 100 miles of Houston and Austin, and under 200 miles from San Antonio and Dallas/Fort Worth</li></li></ul><li>COST OF DOING BUSINESS<br />The Research Valley is a low cost <br />center for doing business<br /><ul><li>Low tax structure providing companies in The Research Valley additional cost savings for ongoing operations
    14. 14. Tax savings and exemptions for companies locating to the area
    15. 15. Lower costs for highly skilled and educated workforce
    16. 16. Municipal-owned electric utilities provides reliable, cost-competitive pricing in Texas’ deregulated market</li></ul>LOCAL TAX STRUCTURE<br />
    17. 17. GLOBAL ACCESS<br />GLOBAL ACCESS<br />The Research Valley is home to Easterwood Airport (CLL) providingdaily service to Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston (Continental Airlines) and DFW International Airport (American Eagle) to enable connections to national and international destinations<br />
    18. 18. QUALITY OF WORKPLACE<br />Temperatures<br />Avg High - 78° <br />Avg Low - 57°<br /><ul><li>“Most Livable U.S. Metro Area,”Money & Editor/Publisher Guide – The Research Valley provides a great place to live.
    19. 19. Cultural Diversity – Students and staff in the area’s schools are diverse, with more than 36 languages represented
    20. 20. Best Places for Military Retirement – USAA and</li></ul> rank #4 in the nation.<br /><ul><li>Excellent schools - Recently, College Station Independent School District was awarded a Gold Medal by Expansion Management Magazine, ranking it in the top 16% of all school districts in the U.S.</li></li></ul><li>ACCESS TO TALENT<br /><ul><li>Lower costs of labor with a mean wage that is 10-12% lower than the national average
    21. 21. 57% of population has college experience or higher
    22. 22. Over 83% of population has a high school degree or equivalent
    23. 23. The Research Valley has the highest per capita concentration of material scientists, engineers, professors and veterinary technologists of all MSAs in the United States</li></ul>As part of the greater Houston region, The Research Valley’s central location offers<br />a “hub-n-spoke” workforce advantage <br />for employers to easily extend their workforce outreach to three of the largest U.S. metros. <br />
    24. 24. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT<br />innovate<br />inspire<br />invest<br />The Research Valley Partnership is working everyday to build economic prosperity for our community. We provide confidential, free-of-charge information and services promoting the region’s benefits to companies at home and around the globe. <br /><br />
    25. 25. Texas A&M University System<br /><ul><li>11 Universities
    26. 26. TAMU (Galveston & Qatar)
    27. 27. TAMU – Kingsville*
    28. 28. TAMU – Corpus Christi*
    29. 29. Prairie View A&M*
    30. 30. TAMU – International*
    31. 31. West Texas A&M
    32. 32. 7 State Agencies
    33. 33. Texas AgriLife Research
    34. 34. Texas AgriLife Extension
    35. 35. Texas Forest Service
    36. 36. Texas Vet Med Diagnostic Lab
    37. 37. Health Science Center
    38. 38. Tarleton State
    39. 39. TAMU – Commerce
    40. 40. TAMU – Texarkana
    41. 41. TAMU – Central Texas
    42. 42. TAMU – San Antonio*
    43. 43. Texas Engineering Experiment Station
    44. 44. Texas Transportation Institute
    45. 45. Texas Engineering Extension Service</li></ul>* Minority serving institution<br />
    46. 46. Dwight Look College of Engineering<br />Texas Engineering Extension Service<br />Texas Engineering Experiment Station<br />Fundamental <br />Research<br />Applied <br />Research<br />Texas Transportation Institute<br />Demonstration<br />Implementation<br />
    47. 47. College of Agriculture &<br />Life Sciences<br />TEXAS A&M<br />AgriLIFE<br />Fundamental <br />Research<br />Applied <br />Research<br />Demonstration<br />Implementation<br />
    48. 48. WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE<br />The Research Valley’s<br />OneHealth Plus™ Biocorridor Master Plan<br />Epicenter of the emerging Texas Biotech Industry Cluster<br />
    49. 49. +<br />+<br />plant<br />animal<br />human<br /><ul><li>An international destination that promotes research, education, and economic development: the innovation environment
    50. 50. An ecosystem to enhance collaboration among faculty, students, industry, government, and the community
    51. 51. The world’s first pronouncement and implementation of theOneHealth Plus™ concept
    52. 52. Recognition of Texas A&M, Blinn College and the Research Valley as pioneers </li></li></ul><li>Partnership Approach<br />The development of the concept plan is truly a partnership approach connecting community and university in the development of the concept master plan. <br /><ul><li>Blinn College
    53. 53. Brazos County
    54. 54. City of Bryan
    55. 55. City of College Station
    56. 56. The Texas A&M University System
    57. 57. Texas A&M University / Vet Med
    58. 58. Texas A&M Health Science Center
    59. 59. Texas A&M AgriLife
    60. 60. TEEX</li></li></ul><li>Desired Outcome<br />A plan, that through implementation, catalyzes substantial economic impact in the region facilitating increased research funding, workforce development, and high wage jobs creation at all levels for area residents and Texas A&M graduates.<br />
    61. 61. Task Force Representatives<br /><ul><li>Texas A&M AgriLife – Dr. Craig Nessler
    62. 62. Blinn College – Dr. Daniel Holt
    63. 63. Brazos County – Former Judge Randy Sims, Judge Duane Peters, Commissioner Kenny Mallard
    64. 64. City of Bryan – Mayor Jason Bienski, Dennis Goehring
    65. 65. City of College Station – Mayor Nancy Berry, Glenn Brown, David Gwin
    66. 66. Texas A&M Health Science Center – Dr. Nancy Dickey
    67. 67. Texas A&M University- Dr. Jeffrey Seemann
    68. 68. Texas A&M University System – Dr. Brett Giroir, Guy Diedrich, Vergel Gay
    69. 69. The Research Valley Partnership – Larry Hodges, Steve Holditch, Chris Peterson, Todd McDaniel</li></li></ul><li>Critical Stakeholder Participation<br /><ul><li>Task Force
    70. 70. Work Group
    71. 71. Blinn College
    72. 72. Bryan-College Station Planning & Zoning Commission
    73. 73. Bryan-College Station City/County/TxDOT Staff (Planning, Utilities, Roads, etc.)
    74. 74. Business Representatives/Citizens
    75. 75. Community, Business, and Neighbors
    76. 76. Bryan-College Station-Brazos County-TAMUS Governing Bodies
    77. 77. TAMU VetMed
    78. 78. TAM-HSC
    79. 79. Texas A&M AgriLife
    80. 80. TEEX </li></li></ul><li>Project Deliverables<br /><ul><li>Concept Land Use Master Plan</li></ul> - Public and private ownership considerations<br /><ul><li>Priority Infrastructure Projects </li></ul> - Capital Plan with preliminary costing<br /><ul><li>Implementation Strategy</li></ul> - Unified effort<br /> - Funding<br />
    81. 81. BROADDUS PLANNING<br />
    82. 82. plant<br />+<br />Planning Context & Guiding Principles<br />animal<br />+<br />human<br />
    83. 83. G-CON Project GREENVAX<br /><ul><li>Biotherapeutic production facility
    84. 84. Plant-based vaccine development
    85. 85. Mobile clean room pods
    86. 86. 10-fold direction in scale-up</li></li></ul><li>Research Valley Biocorridor Zone<br />HWY 21<br />TAMU<br />Riverside <br />TAM<br />AgriLife<br />Wellborn<br />HWY 47<br />TAMU<br />Main<br />Campus<br />TAM<br />Traditions<br /> Club<br />TAM<br />Vet Med<br />TAM<br />HSC<br />TAMU<br />Research Park<br />Easterwood<br />Airport<br />Raymond <br />Stotzer<br />
    87. 87. Research Valley Biocorridor Zone<br />HWY 21<br />PLANT<br />TAM<br />AgriLife<br />HWY 47<br />TAM<br />Vet Med<br />TAM-HSC<br />ANIMAL<br />HUMAN<br />Raymond <br />Stotzer<br />
    88. 88. Guiding Principles<br />Align interests, share benefits and responsibilities<br />Prepare for 50 years of international leadership<br />Consider long term impacts, quality of design<br />High density, yet sensitive to environment and sense of place<br />Ensure a straightforward, consistent, and equitable developmental process<br />Potential for one-stop shop (contact, marketing, management, etc.)<br />Consistent authority (codes, zoning, standards, etc.)<br />Minimize risk by standard rules and processes<br />Enable scalable, graduated, and flexible growth<br />Minimizes initial capital outlay by the region<br />Provides “turn-key” solutions to potential customers at all scales<br />
    89. 89. Guiding Principles<br /><ul><li>Accentuate our competitive advantages and regional character
    90. 90. Texas A&M, HSC, State Agencies, Blinn, IIT and Commercial Partners
    91. 91. Ideal place to live, dynamic environment of innovation, built-in workforce
    92. 92. Foster an innovation environment via collaboration and interdisciplinary exchange
    93. 93. Academic, state, federal, and commercial
    94. 94. Create an international destination, not just a research-business park: mixed-use development, convenience, retail, housing, amenities, entertainment and recreation</li></ul>NC State, 1984<br />RTP, 1959<br />Johns Hopkins, 2008<br />
    95. 95. Final Planning Area: ~3,500 acres<br />W. Villa Maria Rd.<br />Hwy 47<br />2818<br />F&B Rd<br />Agronomy Rd.<br />Wellborn Rd.<br />R. Stotzer Blvd.<br />
    96. 96. Biocorridor: Properties<br />Hwy 47<br />W. Villa Maria Rd.<br />City of Bryan<br />~820Acres<br />2818<br />TAM-AgriLife<br />~700 Acres<br />TAM-HSC<br />~230 Acres<br />F&B Rd<br />USDA<br />~70 Acres<br />Agronomy Rd.<br />Wellborn Rd.<br />City of Bryan ETJ<br />~200 Acres<br />TAMU-VetMed<br />~390 Acres<br />City of College Station<br />~650 Acres<br />TAMU<br />~100 Acres<br />Cemetery<br />~60 Acres<br />City of College Station ETJ<br />~200 Acres<br />R. Stotzer Blvd.<br />
    97. 97. Biocorridor: OneHealth Plus<br />Hwy 47<br />W. Villa Maria Rd.<br />PLANT<br />2818<br />TAM<br />AgriLife<br />TAM<br />HEALTH <br />SCIENCE<br />CENTER<br />SENIOR HEALTH<br />HUMAN<br />F&B Rd<br />TAMU<br />VET MED <br />CAMPUS<br />TAMU<br />VET MED <br />PASTURE<br />Agronomy Rd.<br />Wellborn Rd.<br />ANIMAL<br />R. Stotzer Blvd.<br />
    98. 98. Biocorridor: Land Use<br />Hwy 47<br />W. Villa Maria Rd.<br />MIXED<br />USE<br />2818<br />TAM<br />AgriLife<br />TAM<br />HEALTH <br />SCIENCE<br />CENTER<br />SENIOR HEALTH<br />MIXED-USE<br />CIVIC.<br />F&B Rd<br />MIXED<br />USE<br />CIVIC.<br />USDA<br />MIXED-USE<br />RESIDENTIAL<br />CIVIC<br />MFG.<br />TOWN CENTER<br />MIXED-USE DRUG DISCOVERY & OFFICE<br />TAMU<br />VET MED <br />CAMPUS<br />TAMU<br />VET MED <br />PASTURE<br />Agronomy Rd.<br />Wellborn Rd.<br />PRE-CLINICAL & OFFICE<br />CIVIC.<br />MIXED USE & MFG.<br />MIXED USE & MFG.<br />MEMORIAL<br />CEMETERY<br />R. Stotzer Blvd.<br />
    99. 99. Biocorridor: Building Concepts<br />Hwy 47<br />W. Villa Maria Rd.<br />MIXED<br />USE<br />2818<br />TAM<br />AgriLife<br />TAM<br />HEALTH <br />SCIENCE<br />CENTER<br />SENIOR HEALTH<br />MIXED-USE<br />CIVIC.<br />F&B Rd<br />MIXED<br />USE<br />CIVIC.<br />USDA<br />MIXED-USE<br />RESIDENTIAL<br />CIVIC<br />MFG.<br />TOWN CENTER<br />MIXED-USE DRUG DISCOVERY & OFFICE<br />TAMU<br />VET MED <br />CAMPUS<br />TAMU<br />VET MED <br />PASTURE<br />Agronomy Rd.<br />Wellborn Rd.<br />PRE-CLINICAL & OFFICE<br />CIVIC.<br />MIXED USE & MFG.<br />MIXED USE & MFG.<br />MEMORIAL<br />CEMETERY<br />R. Stotzer Blvd.<br />
    100. 100. Sustainability: “Green Development”<br />Hwy 47<br />W. Villa Maria Rd.<br />MIXED<br />USE<br />2818<br />F&B Rd<br />Wellborn Rd.<br />R. Stotzer Blvd.<br />
    101. 101. Ecology, Sustainability and Amenities<br />
    102. 102. SH 47 Corridor<br />
    103. 103. Town Center<br />
    104. 104. Mixed-Use Manufacturing District<br />
    105. 105. plant<br />+<br />Implementation <br />Strategy<br />animal<br />+<br />human<br />
    106. 106. Concept Plan Implementation<br />To achieve the Goal & Outcome in establishing the Research Valley’s OneHealth Plus Biocorridor ™ as a leading-edge biomedical zone: <br /><ul><li>Must Have Unified Effort
    107. 107. Must Establish “Competitive Advantage”
    108. 108. Create level “playing field” for development
    109. 109. Site ready land and additional ecodev incentives
    110. 110. Agreed utility provision and uniform rates
    111. 111. Fast Track development process</li></li></ul><li>Implementation: Master Infrastructure Projects<br />HWY 47<br />W. Villa Maria Road<br />FM 2818<br />Wellborn Road<br />Biocorridor Blvd<br />Phase 2<br />Biocorridor Blvd<br />Phase 1 a<br />F&B Road<br />Agronomy Road<br />Biocorridor Blvd<br />Phase 3<br />Turkey Creek Blvd.<br />(phase 1b)<br />Raymond Stotzer Blvd.<br />
    112. 112. Implementation Priority<br />- Focus on Phase 1a: Biocorridor Boulevard<br /><ul><li>Phase 1a will serve as a catalyst for significant private sector investment & economic impact in the BioPark district & adjacent town center area
    113. 113. Gateway from SH-47 into Biocorridor
    114. 114. Blvd and Blvd Roadway Sections
    115. 115. Utilities Infrastructure
    116. 116. Bid ready estimate - $4.3 – 4.8 M</li></li></ul><li>Implementation Plans<br />
    117. 117. Biocorridor Updates<br /><ul><li>RVP Board Adoption of Concept Plan
    118. 118. Endorsement of Guiding Principles Declaration
    119. 119. Cities of Bryan and College Station have adopted inter-local agreement
    120. 120. State Legislative action in process regarding “district” revenue sharing</li></li></ul><li>A Year of Unprecedented Progress<br />Friday, November 26, 2010 <br />Texas A&M Stakes Claim as Leader in Pharmaceuticals<br />
    121. 121. <ul><li> Research - Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine
    122. 122. Preclinical - Texas A&M Institute for Preclinical Studies
    123. 123. Clinical - Texas A&M Health Science Center
    124. 124. Manufacturing - National Center for Therapeutic Manufacturing </li></ul>Biomedical Pipeline<br />National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing<br /> (NCTM)<br />Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building (ILSB)<br />Texas A&M Institute for Preclinical Studies (TIPS) <br />Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine (TIGM)<br />Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVM)<br />Caliber<br />Texas A&M Health Science Center Campus<br />The Research Valley Partnership (RVP)<br />
    125. 125. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING<br />"2010 Best Performing Small Metro recognition by Milken Institute.” <br />Ranked No. 4 nationally by the Milken Institute based on the growth of technology, jobs, wages and salaries. <br /> <br />"2010 Wall Street Journal study ranks A&M Graduates No. 2 in nation by employers"<br /> <br />"2010 Top 10 Great Cities for Raising Families recommended by Kiplinger study"<br />  <br />"2010 Forbes ranks Research Valley as a Nationwide Leader in Job Growth, Business.”<br />The area ranks No. 1 in Texas as the “Best Small Place for Businesses and Careers.” <br />
    126. 126. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING<br />NOW:  <br />People Say—  Bryan/College Station is where Texas A&M University is.<br /> <br />FUTURE: <br />People Will Say—  Bryan/College Staionis where Texas Biomedical Research Corridor is<br />…and where Texas A&M University is.<br />
    127. 127.
    128. 128.
    129. 129. plant<br />+<br />The Research Valley’s <br />OneHealth Plus Biocorridor™<br />May 2011<br />animal<br />+<br />human<br />
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