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Tuesday, October 9, 2012 - 1:37pm

Regents Approve Construction Projects

Updated: 2 years ago.
University committees are presenting their reports to the Regents for the board to approve. The projects under review come from different funding sources—some state funded, and others backed by private donors, like a 35 million dollar Terry Business School at the University of Georgia. (Photo Courtesy: http://poetsandquants.com)

The Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia will be meeting to give the green light to numerous construction and renovation projects at state colleges. The list includes both public and privately funded projects.

University committees are presenting their reports to the Regents for the board to approve. The projects under review come from different funding sources—some state funded, and others backed by private donors, like a 35 million dollar Terry Business School at the University of Georgia. Clayton Wilcox, business manager of the UGA Architects says the facility will be state of the art:

“It’s a new building that’s going to have initial infrastructure development that’s going to be included with it, but if you build a new business school, you’re going to want it to be on par with other ranked, nationally recognized business schools.

The board heard bids from construction management firms regarding the build out of the Marcus NanoTechnology Building at Georgia Tech.