TTUHSC Receives Authorization for Several New Building Projects

My High Plains - The Texas Tech University System (TTUS) Board of Regents voted to approve three recommendations regarding building projects at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) campuses in Lubbock, Odessa and Amarillo.

The Lubbock campus expansion has a total budget of $83.7 million. The construction of the new Permian Basin Academic Facility on the Odessa campus has a total project budget of $19.8 million. The construction of the new Panhandle Clinical Simulation Center on the Amarillo campus has a total project budget of $9.75 million. Read the full story >>

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