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UTSA reaches milestone on $95M construction project

W. Scott Bailey
UTSA reaches milestone on $95M construction project

Two years after breaking ground on a $95 million Science and Engineering Building, the University of Texas at San Antonio has made significant progress on its largest construction project ever. The crane used to build the shell of the more than 160,000-square-foot structure is gone. The walls are up, and by the time UTSA students arrive for the fall semester, some of the glass and brick on the building’s façade will be installed. UTSA officials said the progress symbolizes the university’s growth and what the project will bring for how the institution and its students conduct research.