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Health Sciences Center on track for Fall Classes

With finish work now in process at the Health Sciences Center, construction should be complete in time for the start of Wingate University and Blue Ridge Community College’s fall sessions.

The county-owned building at the corner of Sixth Avenue West and North Oak Street — the fruit of a partnership between the county, the city of Hendersonville, Pardee Hospital, BRCC and Wingate University — will be ready for the educational programs in July, with a majority of site work slated for completion at that time.

With finish work now in process at the Health Sciences Center, construction should be complete in time for the start of Wingate University and Blue Ridge Community College’s fall sessions.

The county-owned building at the corner of Sixth Avenue West and North Oak Street — the fruit of a partnership between the county, the city of Hendersonville, Pardee Hospital, BRCC and Wingate University — will be ready for the educational programs in July, with a majority of site work slated for completion at that time.

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