Marshall to break ground on engineering complex
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University is set to break ground on a new engineering complex.
A celebration is scheduled Monday afternoon for the start of construction on the $50 million Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex in Huntington.
The 145,000 square-foot complex is expected to open in February 2015.
The building is named for Arthur Weisberg, president of Arthur’s Enterprises and founder of State Electric Supply Co. Arthur’s Enterprises made a substantial gift pledge to the Marshall University Foundation to help pay for the complex.