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WMU Med School Construction To Be Done By June 13

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KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) - Work on the new Western Michigan University School of Medicine's W.E. Upjohn Campus will be completed by June 13.

That's the word from Garry McIver, senior superintendent for Walbridge, the firm overseeing the $68 million project.

McIver tells the Kalamazoo Gazette the number of people working on the medical school's renovation and expansion now tops 125.

The new campus includes the original 350,000-square-foot building as well as a 33,000-square foot addition on the north end and a glass addition along the west end.

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