Carnegie Institute of Technology has announced that its four‐million‐dollar development program, held in abeyance since March 1947 because of high building costs, has been revised to achieve so far as possible the general space increase originally planned. The program calls for adding a wing onto the Engineering Hall, constructing a power plant and a steam and electricity distribution system, and renovating present buildings in the Margaret Morrison Carnegie College and the colleges of Engineering and Science and of Fine Arts. The Institute has also received a $35,000 grant from the Buhl Foundation to complete its $110,000 library book fund drive.

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