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Metro State’s Student Success Center Reveals Underlying Story

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Matt Wardlow, environmental division manager at CTL Thompson, checks out the Student Success Building on the Metropolitan State University of Denver campus. The four-story, 145,000-square-foot building houses classrooms, space for support programs and administration space. (credit: Kathleen Lavine/Denver Business Journal)

Matt Wardlow, environmental division manager at CTL Thompson, checks out the Student Success Building on the Metropolitan State University of Denver campus. The four-story, 145,000-square-foot building houses classrooms, space for support programs and administration space. (credit: Kathleen Lavine/Denver Business Journal)

DENVER (Denver Business Journal) – The first building that Metropolitan State University of Denver ever built now stands open, with a shiny silver facade on the corner of Auraria Parkway and Ninth Street.

But the story about the ground under the Student Success Center, 840 Auraria Parkway, reveals a deep history of the area and highlights the less-glamorous work environmental engineers have to complete before any new classrooms open.

denver business journal Metro States Student Success Center Reveals Underlying StoryRead more on the website of CBS4 partner the Denver Business Journal.

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