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Space City higher ed shoots for the starsSpace City higher ed shoots for the starshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=202292018-06-01T05:00:00Z2018-06-01T23:20:00Z

​​​​​​​​​​Image of the new residence hall at the University of Houston – Clear Lake.​HOUSTON AREA – Several of area’s institutions for higher learning will soon break ground on multimillion-dollar projects.

School officials cite increased enrollment and aging campus facilities as reasons for the campus improvements.

Lone Star College projects include:
  • ​Westway Technology Center: a $23.7 million renovation of a 54,000-sf building;
  • Kingwood Health Care Instructional Building: a new $27.6 million, 60,000-sf building; and,
  • Transportation Technology Center: a $12.9 million, 15,000-sf facility.
The University of Houston–Clear Lake will break ground June 2018 on a $21.4 million residence hall set to open in time for fall 2019 semester.

San Jacinto College​ will break ground in September​ 2018 on:​
  • a $22.6 million Central Campus Welcome Center;
  • a $27.4 million North Campus Cosmetology and Culinary Center;
  • a $16.1 million South Campus Cosmetology Center; and,
  • a $30.1 million South Campus Engineering and Technology Center.
The college is also building a new $67 million Center for 
Petrochemical Energy and Technology building, set to be complete by May 2019. 
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