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Building Commission approves $35M UW-Eau Claire new residence hall

The state Building Commission on Wednesday approved a number of projects on Wednesday, including a few construction and renovation projects for various University of Wisconsin System campuses.

The projects included:

  • A $35 million residence hall at UW-Eau Claire;
  • the Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship at UW-Milwaukee;
  • a renovation of North Hall, Price Commons and Bowman Hall at UW-Stout;
  • a fire-alarm-system replacement at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King; and
  • various other maintenance and repair projects around the state.

The Building Commission is made up of three state senators, three state representatives and a citizen member, and its chairman is Gov. Scott Walker.

“The State Building Commission approved a number of important projects today, which will positively impact Wisconsin residents,” Walker said in a statement.

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