From the Fall 2018 Edition of Discovery
Coming to Life
Cruising to the finishing line
Photo courtesy Utah State University IT
As the start of fall semester approached and campus was readied for students’ arrivals, our College of Science Dean’s Office staff watched in awe as Jacobsen Construction employees and partners carefully and efficiently dismanted a massive tower crane used to construct the Life Sciences Building.
We’d marveled over that crane, visible from all parts of our Logan campus, for months as we watched the new building come to life.
Photo courtesy M. Muffoletto
Now, the beautiful structure is nearing completion and crews are hard at work on the interior, readying classroom spaces and teaching labs for the building’s first students in Spring 2019.
During this time, we offer sincere gratitude for the many, many people, who’ve worked tirelessly toward this effort: dreaming, planning, advocating, designing, fundraising, building. May your endeavors shine in outcomes: enriching student learning and preparing Aggies to tackle the world’s challenges.
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