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Posted by Alison Trost on October 11, 2010 at 8:48 AM.
The restoration of Brown University’s Alpert Medical School in downtown Providence, R.I., is now under way. The process includes removing concrete columns from the building and replacing them with steel, which will then permit the construction of larger, two-story lecture halls. Local contractors are doing much of the work.
Read more about the project on the Brown Daily Herald website by clicking here. An independent, student-run newspaper, the Brown Daily Herald has been serving the university community since 1891.
You also can see photos and read the university’s perspective on the project at http://med.brown.edu/newbuilding/.