Texas School for Blind to get overhaul

Aug. 14, 2007
More than $100 million in upgrades are planned.

The Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is getting a $100 million-plus overhaul. The projects in the works include student housing, a student activity center, a elementary physical education and therapy building, a vocational building, independent-living apartments, a track-and-field facility and indoor pool. The architect for the first of the new student housing facilities is Halff Associates.

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