Construction

Coast Guard Says It's Not Tied To New London

If its academy can't expand in the city, the U.S. Coast Guard may consider moving some of its programs elsewhere.

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NJ Institute of Technology Moves Forward On $80M Greek Village Project In Newark

Frat row is getting a new address as the New Jersey Institute of Technology moves forward with an $80 million Greek Village in Newark.

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Cornell Chosen To Build Science School In New York City

Revealing details of the $2 billion plan for the first time, Mr. Bloomberg and the presidents of the two universities said it would include a $150 million venture capital fund for start-up companies that agree to remain in New York for three years, as well as math and science education support for 10,000 city children.

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Stanford Ends Effort To Build New York Arm

Stanford University abruptly dropped out of the intense international competition to build an innovative science graduate school in New York City, releasing its decision on Friday afternoon. A short time later, its main rival in the contest, Cornell, announced a $350 million gift — the largest in its history — to underwrite its bid.

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Inquiry Targets 2 Contractors On L.A. Community Colleges Project

The D.A.'s probe centers on Los Angeles Community College District allegations that the firms submitted fraudulent billings for Mission College work, part of a $5.7-billion construction program.

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The Decision: Selecting an architect for your campus

Any institution contemplating building or renovating a facility will inevitably hire an architect. The process of selecting one is often rushed or overlooked, particularly considering its long-term implications. The architectural firm you hire is coming on board to design something important, likely big, and almost certainly expensive. It better be the right one and you better like it a lot because you will be working together for a substantial amount of time. What the firm produces will become a reflection of you and your institution.

Central Michigan U To Start Planning Saginaw Medical School Campus This Fall

Construction costs for the Central Michigan University College of Medicine Saginaw campus could be $16 to $18 million.

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Stevenson University Buys Shire Drug Plant In Owings Mills

Stevenson University has bought the Shire Pharmaceuticals plant next door to its Owings Mills campus, a $10.5 million deal that a school official said will expand the grounds by a third and help meet the goal of increasing full-time student enrollment to 4,000 in the next two years.

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