AT A GLANCE: Regents capital projectsHere’s a snapshot of the 10-year plan for capital improvements at South Dakota’s six public university campuses.
Here’s a snapshot of the 10-year plan for capital improvements at South Dakota’s six public university campuses.
• Black Hills State University — $4.5 million for infrastructure repairs; $2.5 million for Jonas science building renovations to provide laboratory space for collaboration with the deep underground lab project in the old Homestake mine at Lead; $4.5 million for E.Y. Berry library renovations.
• Northern State University — $600,000 for street improvements; $7.75 million for Johnson fine arts center renovations for band space and a new classrooms addition.
• Dakota State University — $1.275 million for energy efficiency and ADA compliance renovations; $10 million for a new information-systems building.
• School of Mines and Technology — $3.24 million for utility improvements; $37 million for a research center.
• University of South Dakota — $10 million for an overhaul and modernization of mechanical systems; $30 million for a new science, health and research building; $6.5 million for Patterson Hall renovation; $7.5 million for Dakota Hall renovation.
• South Dakota State University — $10 million for utility repairs and upgrades including water, sanitary and storm sewer lines; $3.785 million for a new headhouse and greenhouses; $16.8 million for new architecture, math and engineering building; $12.4 million for new visual arts center; $33.1 million for new performing arts center.