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WATCH: Final beam laid for Health Innovation Center

Alec Reynolds

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The final steel beam of NKU’s new Health Innovation Center was laid on Tuesday.  The community, along with students, faculty, and staff were invited to sign the final beam before it was placed in the structure.  With twenty percent of construction completed, everything is on schedule for the new building to be ready for classes in 2018.

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