Regents OK capital-improvement projects

BY DI STAFF | DECEMBER 09, 2011 7:20 AM

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The state Board of Regents unanimously approved several UI capital-improvement business transactions at its telephonic meeting Thursday.

The UI will construct a new electrical duct bank for $6.5 million — funded from the sale of utility system revenue bonds — in an East Campus electrical loop project.

The UI will continue efforts to replace the UI Hospitals and Clinic's ramp and the UIHC Labor and Delivery Suite Expansion project. The project would expand the suite on level six of the Pappajohn Pavilion by adding an operating room.

Slater Hall will see renovated restrooms and galvanized piping for approximately $4.5 million, funded by the residence system improvement funds. The single large restrooms on floors 2 through 9 will be converted into six individual restrooms.

— by Dora Grote

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