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Reconstructing the Big Blue Campus

The face of campus is changing as the University of Kentucky (UK) is partnering with both the private and public spheres to undergo major reconstruction.  Lynn Imaging is proud to be the planroom provider for the University of Kentucky.  You can follow UK construction on their private planroom at www.ukplanroom.com.  Lynn Imaging provides current and complete information to the University of Kentucky planholders on each of their projects.

The university has contracted out the development and construction of its privatized housing to Education Realty Trust (EdR)—a contract worth over $500 million. With about 300 students in Central Halls I & II and construction of new housing under way in three other locations across campus, Phase II of UK’s privatized housing plan is well under way.

Still, the “Master Plan” has only just begun. The university-funded reconstruction of several academic and other non-residential facilities is guided by its new Master Plan, developed by Sasaki Associates. The plan is composed of projects designed to optimize growth on UK’s campus. One project already underway is a $65 million renovation of the Gatton College of Business, designed by New York architect Robert A.M. Stern, which broke ground this fall.

Other projects under this plan include the expansion and renovation of Commonwealth Stadium and the construction of a new $100 million science building to be erected on Rose Street. While UK has signed the construction firm Skanska USA Building Inc./Congleton-Hacker Company to lead the Stadium project, much of the labor is still up for grabs. The $83 million project will begin taking bids for many of its remaining contracts associated with construction on March 14.

Despite all the construction already underway, there is still much to be done on UK’s campus. The proposed science building is still in early stages of contracting, and several other high profile projects are just beginning. Last month the university approved the design phase for renovation and expansion of the Student Center, and the design phase for the upgrade/relocation of the Pediatric Critical Care Unit is in progress as well.

In addition to all the big buzz at the university, there are numerous smaller projects on the table. The university is currently taking bids from architects, contractors, and engineers on projects such as the renovation of Sanders Hall, the improvement of mechanical systems in academic building, and the design of flood mitigation systems for Nicholasville road.

Whether you’re an alumnus, current student, or just an individual or business interested in innovation, there are lots of changes to be excited about on UK’s campus.

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Our Services, Your Convenience, Your Office

While Lynn Imaging has always been proud to be the company you come to for all your quality printing needs, we’re now proud to bring our professional services right into your office.

For decades, Lynn Imaging has been an authorized large format printer dealer for Oce, Canon and HP in the Kentucky and Southern Indiana areas.  We value quality products, industry-leading customer service, and the worry-free maintenance of all of the printers that we sell.

While our values haven’t changed, the demands on your business certainly have. Companies today require quicker turnover, more efficient production, and instant access to information. To help your business meet these demands, Lynn Imaging has teamed up with Canon to offer an innovative solution to your printing needs: our new Cost-Per-Copy program.

For a low monthly fee, we place a large format, full-color printer in your office. Rather than investing in technology that’s constantly changing, where even the best printers become outdated, this program allows our clients to essentially rent a top-notch printer. In other words, our service brings you the quality of professional technology and the convenience of in-house printing, all without the long-term investment.

In addition to offering professional printing within the walls of your own office, we are also committed to providing our clients with a worry-free experience—and that’s why we supply the paper, toner, and full service of your printer. You pay for the printing you need, and that’s it. We take care of the little details so you can take care of bigger business.

In the end, having the power of Lynn Imaging professional printing at your fingertips will save your business time, energy, and money. You can invest these resources elsewhere, knowing that our dependable service will cover your company’s printing needs.

 

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More News From Around the State

Northeast Kentucky Students Awarded Scholarships

http://www.dailyindependent.com/local/x1783674977/Northeast-Ky-students-awarded-engineering-scholarships

Owens Corning Returns to 4Q Profit

http://www.kentucky.com/2014/02/12/3083489/owens-corning-returns-to-4q-profit.html

Junction City to begin plans for future city building

http://www.centralkynews.com/junction-city-to-begin-plans-for-future-city-building/article_f0fbe7da-93a5-11e3-8874-0017a43b2370.html

Unusual sinkhole – inside a building and full of Corvettes

http://www.jconline.com/viewart/20140212/NEWS11/302120021/Sink-hole-Kentucky-swallows-8-Corvettes

Colorful history of UK’s Wenner-Gren building, slated for demolition, sparks conversation about conservation

http://www.kentucky.com/2014/02/08/3076755_colorful-history-of-uks-wenner.html

Experts Say Sink Holes Aren’t Uncommon in South Central Kentucky

http://www.wbko.com/home/headlines/Experts-Say-Sink-Holes-Are-Common-in-South-Central-Kentucky-245295111.html?ref=111

Road Construction Work Planned in Owensboro

http://surfky.com/index.php/communities/77-owensboro-news/44767-road-construction-work-planned-in-owensboro-for-friday

Could Bluegrass Pipeline construction be at risk after Adair Co. explosion?

http://www.whas11.com/news/local/Could-new-pipeline-construction-in-Ky-be-in-jeopardy-after-Adair-Co-explosion-245450391.html

Architect Ernst Johnson’s former home in no danger from wrecking ball

http://www.kentucky.com/2014/02/14/3089235/architect-ernst-johnsons-former.html

Construction to begin on U.S. 127 in Franklin County

http://www.wave3.com/story/24753504/construction-to-begin-on

$14 million Southwest Regional Library under construction

http://www.wdrb.com/story/24745718/14-million-southwest-regional-library-expected-to-be-finished-at-end-of-summer

Construction job numbers hit high point

http://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/news/2014/02/10/construction-job-numbers-hit-high-point.html?page=all

Kentucky Kingdom construction not bothered by harsh winter

http://www.wdrb.com/story/24617959/ky-kingdom-construction-not-bothered-by-harsh-winter

Louisville HR firm moving on up to the East End

http://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/news/2014/02/14/louisville-hr-firm-moving-on-up-to-the.html

Construction on Kentucky Natural Gas Pipeline Delayed

http://www.pennenergy.com/articles/pennenergy/2014/02/construction-of-kentucky-natural-gas-pipeline-delayed-until-2016.html

 

 

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