Legislature Grants Planning Authorization for Michigan Tech H-STEM Complex
The Michigan Legislature has granted planning authorization for Michigan Tech’s H-STEM Engineering and Health Technologies Complex. Part of the University's five-year capital outlay plan and capital project request, the H-STEM Complex was approved by the Michigan Tech Board of Trustees in 2017.
Per the University’s capital outlay plan, the H-STEM Complex will comprise newly constructed shared and flexible lab spaces, co-located with renovated classrooms and learning spaces in the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building. The project request included a proposed $29.7 million in State support, with $15 million in matching funds.
“I am very pleased that the Michigan Legislature has approved the H-STEM Engineering and Health Technologies Complex for planning authorization,” said Michigan Tech President Rick Koubek. “I would especially like to thank all those intimately involved in the project proposal. Without their vision and support we would not be able to make this important announcement. Also, as a campus, we sincerely thank our state leaders for their ongoing support of Michigan Tech.”
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