University of Wisconsin-Madison Continues $800 Million Life Science Building Boom With Construction Kickoff on Institutes for Discovery

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Reported by Annette Krueger, Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- School may be out but the Madison campus of the University of Wisconsin is swarming with the construction trades. The school recently began construction of its long-anticipated Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery building. The $180 million project is the latest entry in an avalanche of construction activity at the campus, all targeting life sciences to the tune of more than $750 million in total investment value for 11 projects, according to a recent analysis of Industrial Info's Pharmaceutical Tracker - Online Database.

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