Gov. Scott Walker
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Building Commission Approves Projects

"The funds approved by the commission will be instrumental in strengthening the facilities at 13 UW campuses."

By - Aug 10th, 2016 01:53 pm

Madison – Today, the State of Wisconsin Building Commission approved several key projects across the state including, but not limited to:

  • Releasing funds for the construction of Eau Claire Confluence Performing Arts Center;
  • Design and construction of a Discovery Station at Old World Wisconsin;
  • Several projects at University of Wisconsin facilities, such as the Music Performance Building project at UW-Madison, the Garfield Avenue Corridor Improvement project at UW-Eau Claire, the New Soccer Complex project at UW-Green Bay, and the Athletics Complex Buildings project at UW-Whitewater;
  • Releasing funds for the construction of various Classroom Renovation and Instructional Technology Improvement programs statewide; and
  • Various maintenance and repair projects around the state.

“Today, the Building Commission moved forward a number of important projects,” said Governor Walker. “The funds approved by the commission will be instrumental in strengthening the facilities at 13 UW campuses. I would like to thank the Building Commission members for taking action to improve facilities all across Wisconsin.”

The Building Commission is chaired by Governor Scott Walker and made up of the following members:

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