ASU completes $38 million in facilities upgrades during summer 2018

Phase III of the Sun Devil Stadium reinvention was completed in summer 2018. Photo by ASU / ASUNow

 

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Arizona State University Facilities Development and Management was busy during summer 2018 opening several new buildings and completing multiple facilities upgrades. Facilities Development and Management completed more than 100 projects — a total of $38 million in investments across all campuses — in time for the start of the fall semester.

“During summer break, a small army of ASU facility management personnel and construction contractors take advantage of the opportunity to accomplish much-needed building and infrastructure repairs and renovations during the least disruptive time,” said Bruce Nevel, Facilities Development and Management associate vice president and chief facilities officer. “This summer was no exception as we were able to accomplish an incredible number of repairs, upgrades and new construction across every campus.”

With the help of public and private support, the Tempe campus continues its growth with the conclusion of major long-term projects including Sun Devil Stadium Phase IIIBiodesign C and the Greek Leadership Village. At the Polytechnic campus, a state-of-the-art educational facility opened for the ASU Preparatory Academy’s science, technology, engineering and math programs. Facilities Development and Management also made improvements to classrooms and offices across all ASU campuses.

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