By CS Staff · May 22, 2012
MICHIGAN — The University of Michigan Regents approved fire alarm system upgrades for University Hospital and Taubman Health Care Center at a meeting on May 17.
The upgrades will connect the fire alarm systems in both buildings to provide flexibility for future expansion, The Ann Arbor Chronicle reports. The upgrades are expected to cost $3 million.
The project is expected to be completed by the summer of 2013.
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