To Train More Doctors, UND Seeks New Building

UND’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences plans to ask the Legislature for $124 million for a new building, which officials said would help address the state’s shortage of health care workers.

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Northern Ky. Community College Invests $81.5M in New Campus

Gateway Community & Technical College (Ky.) is investing an ambitious $81.5 million into a new urban campus in the hopes it will become the foundation for urban economic development in Covington. The new campus itself will be nestled in roughly a six-block area in Covington's Central Business District. Gateway buildings and partnerships are expected to spread throughout northern Kentucky's largest city, filling up long-vacant storefronts and bringing new foot traffic for existing businesses - and, hopefully, new ones.

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N.J. Colleges To Launch Big Construction Projects Funded By $750M Bond Issue

Construction could start late next year on a wide array of projects at the state’s 19 county colleges that are expected be funded by a $750 million bond issue approved by voters earlier this month.

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Building Boom At James Madison Continues

James Madison University's building boom shows no signs of slowing down in the coming year.

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Ruling Favors Community College In Higher Education Center Dispute

First District Court Judge Raymond Z. Ortiz found in favor of Santa Fe Community College on Tuesday, saying it does not need legislative approval to build a new Higher Learning Center.

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GVSU Plans $77 Million In 2013 Construction Projects, Buys More Land Near Grand Rapids Medical Mile

Grand Valley State University plans to break ground next year on a new $55 million biology building and a $22 million expansion and renovation project at the James H. Zumberge Library on its Allendale campus.

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State Supreme Court Reverses Trial Judge, Says State Can Sue For Defects At UConn Law Library

The state Supreme Court on Friday reversed a Superior Court judge's decision that prevented the state from suing the contractors and designers who built the leaky University of Connecticut law school library.

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WVU engages in public-private partnership to develop a $70 million mixed use residential and retail complex in Sunnyside

West Virginia University entered into a long-term lease and development agreement with a private firm, Paradigm Development Group LLC, to develop a $70 million mixed use residential and retail complex in the heart of Morgantown’s Sunnyside district.

Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies Assembles “Quiet Suite” of Door Hardware

Created for Hospital Patient Areas, Libraries, Classrooms, Auditoriums, Theaters, Churches, Chapels, Ballrooms and Large Conference Areas