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The board also gave construction approval for the $77.5 million Nanotechnology Center, the third building to take shape in the new Science and Engineering Quadrangle.
Like its neighboring buildings—the Jen-Hsun Huang School of Engineering Center, which is expected to open in March 2010, and the Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building, which was dedicated last March—the building will be clad in limestone.
The master plan for the site, located west of the Main Quadrangle, also includes a bioengineering and chemical engineering center.
Construction has already begun on the 99,000-square-foot Nanotechnology Center, which is expected to be completed in March 2010.
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