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In the News
The University of Utah broke ground on the $24 million Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts and Education Complex in Salt Lake City in June of 2011.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has received an Energy Star rating for its renovation and expansion of the historic Education Building.
The University of Minnesota celebrated the opening of the $72.5 million Science Teaching and Student Services building in Minneapolis in November of 2010.
The Center for Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases opened in September of 2010 in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
Owensboro Medical Health System broke ground in April of 2010 on a $400 million replacement hospital in Owensboro, Ky. The 477-bed facility is slated for completion in 2013.
Marquette University will break ground in spring of 2010 on a $100 million engineering building in Milwaukee.
The University of Minnesota is constructing the $70 million Science Teaching and Student Services Center (STSSC) in Minneapolis.
St. Luke’s Hospital opened the 82,000-sf Patient Care Tower II in The Woodlands, Texas, in November of 2008.
Napa Valley College is constructing a 48,000-sf performing arts instructional center in Napa, Calif.
Marquette University is planning to construct the $100 million Discovery Learning Complex in Milwaukee.