Texas A&M University recently renovated their 2500 sq ft Computing Services Center devoted to assisting students, faculty and staff with their technology needs. Keystone was the millwork provider on this project. We contributed, most notably, the Corian Glacier White Genius Bar, Info Desk and Service Counter, the walnut lockers, the cedar tongue and groove bench, the walnut veneer wall panels and ceiling in the conference room and the “charging tree” comprised of 64 1″ x 1″ walnut wood slats.

Dee Childs, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, said of the new facility, “I am grateful to the Texas A&M Information Technology staff for all of their hard work on this state-of-the-art facility that will make such a big impact on our campus. This is a great example of an innovative strategic imperative that distinguishes our university.”