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With a budget of $3.7 million, the University aims to either improve or repair the critical electrical infrastructure that keeps the campus functioning.
The next six years have the potential to be a significant improvement for facility investments in comparison to the last two decades, according to the report on Facilities and Infrastructure Capital Investment Activities.
Approximately $6.8 million of State funds were used to support critical boiler replacements and steam line distribution repairs in 2019.
Projects expected to be completed in 2020 include the finishing of the Holmes Student Center redevelopment with a budget of $20.9 million and its South Entrance elevator controls upgrade with a budget of $198,950, and Neptune Complex upgrade with a budget of $5.4 million.