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AZUSA, CALIF. — Hodgdon-Miank Construction, serving as design-build contractor, has broken ground for the $4 million remodel of the 30,000-square-foot Carl E. Wynn Academic Center at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa. The project includes the gutting and renovation of the former Carl E. Wynn Science Center building on the campus’ east side. The remodeled center will be renamed Carl E. Wynn Academic Center. The new center will feature 11 classrooms, 30 administrative and staff offices, a 1,800-square-foot lecture hall, a conference room, a small library, a computer lab and workrooms, two focus rooms with a viewing area and a presentation room for new and prospective students and parents. Irvine, Calif.-based GAA is providing architectural services for the project. The new center is scheduled to open for classes in January 2010.

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