Progress continues on Harrisburg University of Science and Technology’s Science Education Center at South Third and Market streets.
A photo of the progress, recently shot by HU Geospatial Technology Professor, Albert Sarvis, provides a visual record of the construction for the 11-story building.
The new building will contain 260,000 square feet of academic space and will accommodate at least 1,000 new students in nursing, pharmaceutical sciences, and other allied health programs. The center also will include classrooms and training space for HU’s Advanced Manufacturing and Interactive Media programs, in addition to auditoriums, student life, and tutoring areas.
The timeline for the project has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The building is expected to open in 2023.
The University is spending $100 million on the project. No tax-exempt bonds will pay for the construction of the building. The university broke ground on the project in July of 2019.
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