EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University says construction of its new $60 million Business Pavilion is expected to be completed in 2019.

A groundbreaking is taking place Friday on the project, which the East Lansing school says will transform the way students learn and give the Eli Broad College of Business a competitive edge among business schools.

The three-story Business Pavilion will be located adjacent to the Business College Building and Eppley Center. It will feature flexible classrooms, an expanded career center and a glass-walled atrium with panoramic views of the Red Cedar River.

The project is being funded by donors.


Online:

https://broad.msu.edu

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