Magazine article University Business

Campus Groundbreakings

Magazine article University Business

Campus Groundbreakings

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West Virginia State University broke ground in October on a 291-bed, $20 million residence hall, the first to be constructed on campus since 1969. The four-story building will sit prominently on the main lawn of campus and provide a "pass through" between the student union and quad. The project developer, Ambling University Development Group, is working with architecture firms Niles Bolton Associates (Alexandria, Va.) and Silling Associates (Charleston, W.V.), as well as Choate Construction (Atlanta) and Pray Construction (Scott Depot, W.V.). An August 2014 completion is anticipated.... A groundbreaking ceremony for a new 106,000-square-foot, $50 million campus center was held in September at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. Its location, Ball Circle, is already a place students gather outside to study and socialize, but there is currently no building there in which to do so. Occupants of nearby Chandler Hall, former home to the College of Business and the psychology department, relocated so the building could be demolished to make room for the student center. …

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