Several developments are taking shape on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, after the COVID-19 pandemic brought delays to some construction projects.

Even as Republicans in the Legislature declined to provide money for a new engineering facility in the state’s $2.4 billion capital budget, leaving the building in jeopardy, other projects have moved full speed ahead. Among the changes to campus include renovations to Sellery Residence Hall and a replacement to the George L. Mosse Humanities Building.

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