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Museum sees weeks-long construction delay

ICA officials, museum architect Ricardo Scofidio, and John Macomber, manager of the construction company, said the work that remains on the building is not major.
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / August 4, 2006

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The Institute of Contemporary Art will announce today that construction delays have forced it to postpone next month's opening of its $51 million home on the South Boston waterfront. (Full article: 1025 words)

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