LUBBOCK, TX - The Texas Tech Health Sciences Center held a groundbreaking Friday afternoon for an $85.9 million expansion project.
The expansion will create two buildings north of the existing TTUHSC building. It will also add additional facilities to the existing TTUHSC building and the creation of a boulevard entrance.
“In addition to new structures, the overall project will include replacement parking,” an official statement said. “The combination of the proposed programs will provide accessibility and connectivity while promoting the use of facilities by the entire campus community.”
Construction is expected to take two years.
Dignitaries on hand included TTUHSC President Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D., Texas Tech University System Chancellor Robert Duncan, State Representative John Frullo, and Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope.
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