By Patrick Springer
The North Dakota State College of Science here has completed a $13.3 million infrastructure upgrade of its campus that includes new water and sewer lines, roads and walkways.
The upgrade, completed after two years of construction, resulted in a campus beautification project that included planting 380 trees as well as reseeding and restoration of 17 acres that involved planting native grasses, shrubs and other plants.
The overhaul, from appropriations granted by lawmakers in 2015, enabled the campus to wipe 20 percent of its deferred maintenance projects off its books.
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