Weld Hall, home to the English department on campus, has some of the most significant deferred maintenance on the MSUM campus and this project will address those issues.
MSUM is renovating Weld Hall, its oldest building on campus, and is requesting $775,000 in bonding to help fund the project. According the University, this project will preserve the oldest and most distinguished building on campus and bring it into the 21st century with current codes, energy efficient building systems, and state of the art teaching environments. The renovation will foster faculty-student engagement and promote interactive workshop-style classes.
Renovating Weld Hall will result in a $7.113 million reduction in deferred maintenance for the school.
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