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October 16th, 2004
Pitt OKs upgrades
The University of Pittsburgh plans to spend $18.8 million to upgrade and expand its facilities in Oakland and Plum.
The other projects are: Establishing a $2.3 million nanotech lab in Benedum Hall and installing a $2.3 million upgrade of the heating and ventilation system in the office building occupied by the Environmental and Occupational Health Department.
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