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Rice University underground history

Thinking wisely when the Rice Institute was to be built, the designers and engineers who broke ground on the campus at 6100 Main St. incorporated underground tunnels to provide a variety of facility services to what became Rice University’s 300-acre campus.

Today, 100 years later, the tunnels span 2.5 miles and serve 50 buildings.

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