GLASSBORO, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie and state Sen. President Steve Sweeney were among the dignitaries in attendance when Rowan University formally broke ground on an addition to its College of Engineering building.
The event took place late Wednesday afternoon on the school’s campus in Glassboro.
The new building will be a three-story, 90,500-square-foot structure. Its projected cost is $71 million, and construction is expected to be completed during the 2016-17 school year.
The project and the construction of new facilities for Rowan’s Rohrer College of Business are expected to create more than 550 construction jobs and generate more than $180 million in economic activity. The projects also should create more than 100 permanent positions in Glassboro.
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