Two Transformative Campus Projects Get the Green Light
The University of California Board of Regents approved two key campus projects during the March meeting, Triton Center, a new integrated central hub for student support, and Ridge Walk North Living and Learning Neighborhood, which will provide instructional space and apartment style below-market undergraduate student housing.
Take 10 With a Triton: Architect Frances Angelborg on the Childhood Obsession that Fueled Her Career
When asked for her thoughts on Women in Construction Week, which is celebrated this week, Angelborg said that even within the trend of more women working in construction, the number of women on the UC San Diego Hillcrest Redevelopment Project is unique.
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