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Life Science Building Renovation: Predesign Report, University of Minnesota, Duluth
University of Minnesota. Academic Health Center Office of Facilities and Capital Planning; University of Minnesota. College of Pharmacy; University of Minnesota. College of Science and Engineering (University of Minnesota, 2004)
 

Title 
Life Science Building Renovation: Predesign Report, University of Minnesota, Duluth

Issue Date
2004-04

Publisher
University of Minnesota

Type
Report

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Description
Renewal of the Life Science Building is the second phase of improvements to basic science facilities at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. The first phase, construction of the Swenson Laboratory Sciences Building currently under construction, will provide contemporary laboratory facilities needed to support the rapidly growing teaching and research programs for both chemistry and biology. Renewal of the Life Science Building, which will be partially vacated when the new building is occupied, will make it functional and safe, and will provide space for: Instructional labs, research labs, laboratory support facilities, and faculty and staff offices for portions of the Biology Department that will not be accommodated in the Swenson Building; and classrooms, instructional labs, research labs, faculty and staff offices for the recently initiated Pharmacy Program in Duluth.

Suggested Citation
University of Minnesota. Academic Health Center Office of Facilities and Capital Planning; University of Minnesota. College of Pharmacy; University of Minnesota. College of Science and Engineering. (2004). Life Science Building Renovation: Predesign Report, University of Minnesota, Duluth. University of Minnesota. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, http://purl.umn.edu/5847.


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