Work has begun on turning the vacant Sophronia Strong Hall into a large and modern science class and laboratory facility. The two-year, $114 million project marks the first big step in addressing the university’s need for general class and laboratory space.
The new nine-story, 268,000-square-foot building will be home to the anthropology and earth and planetary sciences departments and also provide critical instruction and lab space for the general biology and chemistry departments. Work began on reassignment of utilities and asbestos abatement this week.
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Needs for more space and renovations have led to consideration of a new building for Cleveland government.
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(WBIR-University of Tennessee) Five years ago, no one was sure of the future of the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology program on the University of Tennessee campus, after proposed budget cuts threatened to eliminate the program altogether.
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The march toward building a veterans home in Bradley County is progressing at a half-step. Though progress is slow, the latest movement forward came earlier this week when the state selected The Lewis Group Architects of Knoxville to design the Cleveland Bradley County State Veterans Home. To read more, please click on the link provided by the Cleveland Daily Banner
Tom Rinehart has recently passed his Building Design + Construction test to become LEED® AP BD+C.