LDS Business College plans to spend $300,000 for remodeling projects this fall as part of a major restoration program that began in 1986.

President Kenneth H. Beesley said the two-year school's Enos Wall Mansion, which houses administrative offices, classrooms, student lounge and a dining area, has been renovated and refurbished during the restoration project. However, some areas of the building and others on campus need to be upgraded to meet standards of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which owns the school.The newest projects include restoration of the exterior of the Enos Wall Mansion, the building of a garage and a landscaped parking lot, a new receiving facility and refinishing of the reception area that was originally the mansion's foyer.