Skanska to build science centre in Virginia

The College of William and Mary was established in the 17th century in Williamsburg, Virginia (Wilsilver77/Dreamstime)
Swedish contractor Skanska has signed an $80m contract to build a 38,000 sq m science centre at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.

The facility will accommodate multiple departments, including mathematics and computer sciences, and will service a design and engineering undergraduate programme.

Skanska’s scope of works includes renovation of an existing 3,000 sq m science centre.

Construction is due to begin this month and be complete in July 2025.

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