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Projects keep season busy

Here are more of the projects on tap for summer and beyond at WSU:Capital Planning and Development:

• Cleveland Hall/Education Addition
• Plant Bioscience Building
• Wilson Road
• Library Road, phase 2, including Terrell Mall repairs
• Electrical distribution duct bank
• South Fairway parking lot
• North Fairway Road replacement

Facilities Operations:

• Fulmer Hall exterior renovation
• Morrill Hall exterior renovation
• Commons exterior renovation
• Wilson exterior renovation
• Murrow East exterior renovation
• Energy-efficient lighting projects (40 to 60 buildings)
• Cleveland fire sprinkler/alarm
• Steam tunnel repairs
• Murrow West sprinkler
• Albrook sprinkler
• New Library carpet replacement
• Street repairs (Grimes Way, Forest Way & Nevada)
• Parking lot repairs
• Fulmer elevator upgrade
• IT elevator upgrade
• Smith Gym window replacement
• Sloan roof replacement
• Fulmer roof replacement
• Stephenson landscape improvements
• Fieldhouse roof replacement
• McCoy roof replacement
• EE/ME Building roof replacement
• Clark elevator upgrade
• Clark sprinkler/alarm replacement
• Troy/Wegner pedestrian bridge repair
• Webster Plaza repair
• SR270-Spokane street sidewalk
• Tri-Cities East building window replacement.

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