Ball State University gets $60 million for construction projects

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The state has included $59.9 million to its budget for the Ball State University to demolish 131,000 sq. ft. and renovate the 162,000 sq. ft. Cooper Science Complex, reports The Star Press.

Work will take place in three phases. The first is construction of the $62.5 million Health Professions Building, including nursing, exercise science and outpatient clinics. The project will complete this summer.

Phase two will be the new $87.5 million foundational science building which will house chemistry and biology. The building is expected to be completed this fall. Phase three calls for the demolition and renovation of the Cooper complex.


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