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Kennesaw State University will break ground at its Marietta campus on April 18 for a $5 million science lab annex to be completed in December.

Kennesaw State University will break ground at its Marietta campus on April 18 for a $5 million science lab annex to be completed in December, the university reported Wednesday.

The 10,411-square-foot annex, which will be constructed as an addition to the engineering lab building, will house two biology and two chemistry labs. The building addition is "to meet the growing need for science majors in the workforce," according to Robert Godlewski, a spokesman for the university.

The groundbreaking ceremony will take place at 10:30 a.m. next to the Marietta campus's mathematics building, near the intersection of Rossbacher Way and Polytechnic Lane, off South Marietta Parkway.

KSU's Marietta campus is located at 850 Polytechnic Lane, Marietta.

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