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Special Photo Eleven shovelers break ground on Georgia Gwinnett Colleges Allied Health and Science building. From left to right: Tom Mundie, dean of the School of Science and Technology; John Heard, Gwinnett County Commissioner; Buzz Brockaway, Georgia State Representative; Bill Turpin, senior-vice president of Holder Construction; Eddie Beauchamp, vice president for Facilities and Operations; Renee Unterman, Georgia State Senator; Daniel J. Kaufman, president of GGC; Diane White, dean of the School of Health Sciences, Judy Johnson; mayor of the city of Lawrenceville; John Jefferson, GSFIC and Heather Pathak, GGC student and pre-med major.

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GGC breaks ground on science building

Officials with Georgia Gwinnett College broke ground Friday on the $30 million Allied Health and Science Building.


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