New York University (NYU) is moving forward with plans to advance sustainable construction and renovation projects throughout its university system.Read more
TRENTON, N.J. — Voters in 11 of 13 New Jersey school districts approved requests for more money towards school construction projects. The 11 approved bond proposals total $116 million in construction costs and are eligible for $50 million in state subsidies, according to the New Jersey School Boards Association. The money will fund projects ranging from roof replacements to energy system upgrades to security improvements.
The following 11 school districts approved projects:
TRENTON, N.J. — Colleges and universities in New Jersey will receive $1.3 billion to fund 176 construction and renovation projects that will impact approximately 350,000 students.
The funds come from the $750 million “Building our Future” bond referendum approved by state voters in November as well as funding from the Higher Education Capital Improvement Fund, the Higher Education Facilities Trust Fund, the Higher Education Technology Infrastructure Fund and the Higher Education Equipment Leasing Fund.Read more
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — The time of voting is upon us and in New Jersey it could mean funding for college and university construction projects.
If the state voters approve a $750 million referendum on borrowing for construction at New Jersey colleges and universities, projects would require a 25 percent match by the schools, increasing the value of investment to $1 billion. If voters pass the referendum, it would be New Jersey’s single largest financial commitment to higher education since a 1988 referendum of $350 million.Read more