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UMass Boston Breaks Ground on $155 Million Integrated Sciences Complex

Office of Communications | June 08, 2011
Groundbreaking ceremony for the Integrated Sciences Complex

On June 8, 2011, the University of Massachusetts Boston broke ground on the first new academic building since the campus was completed in 1974. The building, a $155 million, 220,000-square-foot Integrated Sciences Complex, is being built at the entrance of the Columbia Point campus and will house state-of-the-art research, teaching, and training laboratories. It is expected to open for classes in fall 2014.

“The Integrated Sciences Complex represents a significant step forward in our continued commitment to provide access to high-quality education for our students,” said Chancellor J. Keith Motley. “This is the start of a planned renewal of our campus that will open the doors to opportunity even wider at UMass Boston.”

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