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The University of Wyoming broke ground Friday on the Engineering Education and Research Building, a new state-of-the-art engineering facility that fosters innovation and collaboration among students and faculty.

“The university has made real progress toward a Tier-1 College of Engineering and Applied Science, and I wholeheartedly support their efforts,” Gov. Matt Mead says. “This new building is key to achieving that status. UW will have a world-class learning environment for students and faculty.”

The approximately 100,000-square-foot Engineering Education and Research Building (EERB) is the most ambitious construction project in the university’s history at $105 million. The facility is part of UW’s Tier-1 Engineering Initiative.

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