Archive for Thursday, May 20, 2010

Regents approve multimillion-dollar renovation projects for Nichols and Dyche halls at KU

The Kansas Board of Regents approved two renovation projects for the Kansas University campus. The projects will cost more than $6M.

May 20, 2010


— The Kansas Board of Regents on Thursday approved renovation projects at Kansas University’s Nichols Hall and Dyche Hall to improve and modernize those facilities.

The Nichols Hall renovation will cost $4.7 million, and the Dyche Hall renovation will cost $1.5 million. Both will be funded from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

The Nichols Hall project entails renovating and expanding the Bioinformatics Computing Facility Core. In Dyche Hall, a suite of research labs and a server room will be renovated.


Paul Geisler 7 years, 11 months ago

That is great news for KU!!! Dyche Hall is a beautiful building and the Museum of Natural History is a wonderful resource for the Lawrence community!

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