Regents approve demolition dates for UI buildings

BY DI STAFF | DECEMBER 06, 2012 6:30 AM

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The University of Iowa presented updated information Wednesday for the state Board of Regents regarding flood recovery.

As of Oct. 31, the flood recovery cost roughly $222 million, with temporarily relocating students and services costing $42 million.

The report estimates substantial completion for the demolition of the Hancher complex and the Art Building occurring late next year.

Mayflower Residence Hall, the Theater Building, and Iowa Advanced Technology Labs are all scheduled to undergo substantial completion and restoration by 2014.

According to the regents’ report, the Music Building replacement will be among the final projects to finish, with major work finishing in March 2016, followed by the Art Building's replacement.

— by Stacey Murray

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