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U. breaks ground on new pharmacy facility
The University of Utah College of Pharmacy has broken ground on a new research facility.
The $69 million building will be the new home for the college, which is currently housed in six buildings throughout campus. The building will be called the L.S. Skaggs Pharmacy Institute.
The new facility will be next to the existing pharmacy building, L.S. Skaggs Hall. The hall was built in 1965 and is named in honor of L.S. Skaggs Sr. The entire complex, including the current building, new building and connecting glass atrium, will be named for L.S. Skaggs the son.
The institute also will provide a new home for the Utah Poison Control Center.
Ground was broken at the university Tuesday.
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