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TWO UH PROJECTS WIN OUTSTANDING DESIGN AWARDS

The University of Houston, Writing Center Renovations and University of Houston System, Sugar Land Academic Building with Wharton County Junior College have been selected to appear as an Outstanding Design in the 2009 American School & University Educational Interiors Showcase -- the premier competition honoring education interiors excellence. This year, the panel of Educational Interiors Showcase judges selected 90 projects to be profiled in the August issue of American School & University.

The UH Writing Center, located on the second floor of Agnes Arnold Hall, acquired its current location in 2001 when its original site suffered extensive damage from Tropical Storm Allison. In its 2007 renovation, two rooms were added and one existing room was remodeled to better serve the increased number of students, faculty, and staff that utilize the Centerís services. Morris Bennett of Facilities Planning and Construction (FPC) managed the project; Basic Industries was the general contractor.

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