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Old Main Building Renovation

Last Updated: Thursday, July 5, 2012

DESCRIPTION AND BACKGROUND:
We are restoring our oldest building on campus to its natural beauty, complete with modern enhancements and green elements. The Old Main Building renovation will incorporate high-tech classrooms, more and modern faculty offices, electrical upgrades, central air-conditioning and beautifully restored and gracious finishes. The renovation will be one of the most environmentally friendly projects the campus has undertaken. It will be the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified project on our campus.

UPDATES:
The renovation is complete and a rededication to Old Main took place on May 11, 2012.

FACTS:

Estimated Cost: $32 million
Estimated Date of Completion: Summer 2011/Spring 2012
Architect: Hall Partnership Architects
Construction Manager: SUCF/ campus liason- David Smith, Campus Architect
College Representative: John McEnrue, Director Facilities Design & Construction
Contractor: Piazza Brothers Inc- Valhalla, NY
Square Footage: 65,000
Source of Funding: SUCF/Capital