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University of Virginia Projects

Among the current projects at the University of Virginia that will be affected by the passage of the General Obligation Bond Referendum are the following:

- $24.2 million for MR-6, a new medical science building. The University and its donors will contribute an additional $25 million for the facility, which will house some 300 researchers and technicians working on cancer, immunology, allergies, infectious diseases, and other health problems. More information on this project.

- $14.3 million for a new Arts & Sciences building. Part of the $125 million South Lawn Project, the building will house eight of the College's 26 departments and will contain digitally equipped classrooms serving the entire University. More information on this project.

- $7 million for a new nanotechnology and materials science and engineering building. In part with private support, the University will provide another $25 million for the project, which will foster advances in electronics, telecommunications, biotechnology, defense and aerospace technology, and manufacturing. More information on this project.

- $5.7 million for renovation of teaching laboratories in Gilmer Hall. The heart of the undergraduate biology program, these labs will be upgraded for the first time since they were built 35 years ago. More information on this project.

- $4.6 million for renovation and expansion of Fayerweather Hall. Built in the 19th century as a gymnasium, Fayerweather now houses the McIntire Department of Art and is in dire need of repair. More information on this project.

- $12.5 million for other projects necessary for day-to-day operation.

Campbell Hall Chiller Replacement Project
Cavalier Substation Upgrade Project

Engineering/Science Chiller Plant Project
Upgrade Storm Water Management, McCormick & North

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Last Modified: Tuesday, 03-Sep-2002 10:49:55 EDT
2002 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia