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Renovations planned for UAS Ketchikan maritime facilities

 

March 30, 2017



KETCHIKAN (AP) – Construction is expected to start later this year on a nearly $6 million overhaul of University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan’s Regional Maritime and Career Center.

Wendy Miles Horn, the university’s assistant director of business operations and special projects, said the work is needed because the two buildings that make up the facility are inadequate, cramped and don’t measure up to U.S. Coast Guard and maritime-industry training standards.

The renovations call for creating adequate space to house the industrial labs of the school’s welding and fabrication and m...



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