Governor to Sign Bill Funding New Building at WSU Davis Campus

Updated March 31, 2011

LAYTON, Utah -- Nearly 150 community members, faculty, staff and students joined Gov. Gary Herbert and area legislators as the governor signed House Bill 4 and Senate Bill 5, which authorize the issuance of general obligation and revenue bonds to provide funding for a new classroom building at Weber State University Davis.

The event took place on March 30 at the main building of WSU Davis campus in Layton, Utah.

Plans are to build a 120,146-square-foot building that will primarily include classrooms and laboratories to expand offerings for high-demand programs at WSU Davis. Space will also be provided for student support needs, food services, and the Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering, and Science (NUAMES).

 
Gov. Gary Herbert attends a bill signing ceremony at WSU Davis in Layton, Utah, on March 30.
He's joined by local dignitaries and Northern Utah legislators.

Construction plans also include a separate 5,500-square-foot central chilling plant. The total price tag for the project is estimated at $39,935,100.

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Contact:
John Kowalewski, director of Media Relations
801-626-7212 • jkowalewski@weber.edu
Author:
Allison Barlow Hess, director of Public Relations
801-626-7948 • ahess@weber.edu

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