Stephen F. Austin
Minutes of the
Board of Regents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
04-39 Authorization to Purchase Real Estate at 1256 FM 2664 1
04-40 Parking Garage: Approval of Prozign as Architect, J. E. Kingham as
Construction Manager at Risk, and Bar Win as Civil Engineer 1
MINUTES OF THE TELEPHONE MEETING
BOARD OF REGENTS
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY
MAY 20, 2004
The meeting was called to order at 9:31 a.m. by Chair Fred Wulf. Board members
present by phone: Valerie Ertz, Joe Max Green, Kenneth James, Gary Lopez, Paul Pond,
Mike Wilhite and Fred Wulf. Absent: Margarita de la Garza-Grahm (she called in just
after the meeting was adjourned; delayed due to surgery schedule) and Lyn Stevens.
Present in Board Room 307: Tito Guerrero, Baker Pattillo, Roland Smith, Yvette Clark,
and other SFA administrators, staff, and visitors.
Upon motion of Regent Wilhite, seconded by Regent Pond, with all members voting aye,
it was ordered that the university be authorized to purchase 152 acres at 1256 FM 2664
(the legal description is 153.34 acres, more or less, Osburn W. Randall survey, A-462)
for the appraised value of $430,000. The university is further authorized to seek
Coordinating Board approval and acquire a survey and EPA Phase I Environmental
Evaluation to complete the purchase. Upon completion of the purchase, the university is
authorized to sell the house located on the property along with 2-5 acres of land. Source
of funds for the purchase is proceeds from sale of the SFA Dairy Farm plus future
proceeds from the sale of the house and 2-5 acres of land.
Upon motion of Regent Wilhite, seconded by Regent James, with all members voting
aye, it was ordered that Prozign Architects be selected as architect, J. E. Kingham be
selected as construction manager at risk, and that BarWin Consultants be hired as civil
engineer for the parking garage project.
Meeting adjourned at 9:37 a.m.
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