Scope and Contents
Acc. 1984.064 contains capital outlay requests from 1954 to 1978 prepared for the state government; they include the justification for each project, the amount of money needed, the amount available for other funds, and the amount being requested from the state.
Acc. 1991.038 contains correspondence, progress reports, and other information relating to capital outlay projects at William and Mary and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science from 1980 to 1988.
Acc. 1998.040 contains files related to the asbestos abatement project on campus from 1987 to 1991. The buildings include Andrews Hall, the Bryan Complex, Computer Center, Swem Library, the Power Plant, Reeves Center, Small Hall, and Tucker Hall.
Language of Materials
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