Over the summer, Juniper was completely renovated into a new style of campus housing. The renovation provided 29 large single occupancy rooms with full size beds with single use restrooms along the inner corridors. A new open formal entry was built along with a large community lounge and kitchen. Dedicated parking, ramp and entry on the south end provide ADA access to the building and main floor. Energy improvements include new windows, improved ventilation, water saving fixtures, LED lighting throughout, and complete building envelope insulation.
Bremik Construction renovated the photography lab in Fields Art Center over the summer. The wet lap equipment was relocated to create a dedicated space for digital photography. The dark room and processing areas were also expanded . The current classroom now has a window added on the north wall and the infrastructure was installed for smart classroom equipment in the future.
Over the summer, the football team room was renovated and expanded. The room expanded from 50 lockers to 91 for student athletes. Lockers, whiteboards, sound system, flooring, lighting and ventilation improvements were made as well.
Various rooms in Pamplin had new flooring systems installed to improve safety. The Weight/Fitness Room had a new recycled ground rubber flooring systems installed. The Training Room installed a new flooring designed for wet areas to minimize slipping. And the original flooring in the Mat Room was at the end of its useful life and was replaced with flooring to accommodate the variety of activities in the space.
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Page last updated July 18, 2014.