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Regents to consider 2 new UA capital projects

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By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange

The Arizona Board of Regents will consider two major new projects for the University of Arizona when it meets next week.

The projects, with a combined total of $74M, were included in the board’s recently released meeting agenda.

The first item is a $66M, four-component Intercollegiate Athletic Program project suite made up of the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center ($15M), Hillenbrand Softball Facility Improvements ($8M), the Indoor Sports Center($18M), and the Arizona Stadium Improvements ($25M). The university plans to finance the projects by selling System Revenue Bonds, which will be funded by student fees and gift funding.


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