UIHC lays out construction projects

BY DI STAFF | SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 7:20 AM

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University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics officials plan to spend $176.7 million over the next five fiscal years on a variety of remodeling and renovation projects.

According to a request released Thursday as part of the agenda for next week's state Board of Regents meeting in West Des Moines, the UIHC plans to spend $90 million on the construction of a Adult Critical Care Bed Tower. Officials expect the total cost of the tower to be $489 million.

In the next five fiscal years, the UI as a whole plans to spend $323.8 million on capital improvements around campus, including the construction of a new residence hall for $54 million.

The request also includes plans for a new $90 million Pharmacy Building.

— by Allie Wright

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