ND's Building Boom

Margaret Fosmoe | Apr. 27, 2014 | South Bend Tribune

Clint Goble of Ziolkowski Construction looks over the renovation of the Word of Life mural on the Hesburgh Library, summer 2011 / Matt Cashore

SOUTH BEND -- A building boom is about to begin at the University of Notre Dame, which plans to spend more than $712 million on new construction and renovation projects during the next five years.

"It's 1.3 million square feet of new space," said John Affleck-Graves, the university's executive vice president, who described the latest campus master plan.

In addition to new buildings, there will be at least 100,000 square feet of substantial renovation work in Hesburgh Library.

The projects are expected to provide many jobs, offering a boost to the economy and the area building trades.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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