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Utica College Utica, NY

Thurston Hall Construction Management Building

Utica College’s Construction Management (CM) program was quickly becoming one of their fastest growing degree programs, with student enrollment anticipated to exceed 120 by 2018. Hubbard Hall, one of the oldest buildings on the campus, could no longer accommodate the needs of the program.

The CM program lacked up-to-date computer labs, meeting spaces and classrooms. Due to the non-existence of an on-site materials lab, the program could not receive accreditation from the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). CSArch determined it was more cost-effective and energy efficient for the college to construct a new CM facility that would easily allow for added classroom space as needed to accommodate rising enrollment.

The new 15,000 sf Thurston Hall features smart classrooms, computer labs, a multi-use auditorium, conference room, and faculty offices. The new facility is now able to host open house events, seminars and talks by industry leaders. The addition of a materials lab has brought the program into ACCE accreditation. Thurston Hall will allow room for growth of the CM program while supporting efforts to attract quality students and enhance faculty recruitment.

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