A new report shows that state universities are facing a $1.2 billion maintenance backlog, an increase of about $332 million since a less intensive study was done two years ago.
The Kansas Board of Regents this week showed lawmakers the results of a study that was more detailed than anything that they had done before.
The study examined 330 buildings built before 2007 on eight campuses across the state university system, including the University of Kansas Medical Center facilities in Wichita and Kansas City.
The study . . .
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