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FAMU - Center for Access & Student Success

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Location: 1675 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Tallahassee, FL 32307

Status: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Owner: Florida A&M University | TIITF

Design: JRA Architects, Inc.

Contractor: Ajax Building Corporation

Website: ONLINE

Value of Improvements: $26,000,000.00

ETA: August 2018

Description: Proposed for the main campus of Florida A&M University, a new 73,000 SF, 3-story Center for Access and Student Success (CASS) will be a multipurpose building housing space for student recruitment, admissions, financial aid and student accounts, while also maintaining offices for the Center for Disability Access & Resources and the Undergraduate Student Success Center.  CASS will also maintain space for computer labs, study areas, student meeting areas, a police sub-station, and possibly auxiliary space and Veterans services. Limited parking will be developed with this project. 

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Re: FAMU - Center for Access & Student Success -- stjoe
2018 Feb 14 09:39:13 AM
"chudan" wrote:
Because there is this thing called the 'good old boy network' that exists to get projects to the same handful of contractors all the time, regardless of the merits of other contractors.

Not arguing the premise, but in Tallahasse, many of the 'good ole boys' who have rigged the system ARE minorities.

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  • PRIME! Project Location: 1675 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Tallahassee, FL 32307
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Comments from the Forums
Re: FAMU - Center for Access & Student Success -- stjoe
2018 Feb 14 09:39:13 AM
"chudan" wrote:
Because there is this thing called the 'good old boy network' that exists to get projects to the same handful of contractors all the time, regardless of the merits of other contractors.

Not arguing the premise, but in Tallahasse, many of the 'good ole boys' who have rigged the system ARE minorities.

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