The Board of Trustees has approved four construction projects totaling over $100 million on the University of Florida campus.
New projects include a new student healthcare center, a new university police department facility, a special collections facility at the Florida Museum of Natural History and a thermal infrastructure project, The Independent Florida Alligator reports.
The board approved $26 million for the construction of the student healthcare center. The current UF Student Health Care Center Infirmary Building was built in the 1930s.
The University Police is located in a building that was constructed in the late 1920s as a radio station. The board approved $20 million to build a new building.
The Florida Museum’s Special Collections Facility will receive $8 million. While, around $50 million is going towards thermal infrastructure, which includes the large pipes underground.