COMPLETED NOVEMBER 2010
THE REBUILDING OF MAIN

The rebuilding of Main progressed rapidly under the direction of  Kell Muñoz Architects  and Bartlett-Cocke General Contractors. Original estimates called for a three-year reconstruction process. The timeline was updated with completion set for fall 2010. The blessing and dedication is set for Nov. 12, 2010.

Click on the image to see a larger view of the floor plans for Main Building.

 
First Floor
 
Second Floor
   Third Floor Fourth Floor


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The fourth floor, which sustained the most damaged, has been completely rebuilt. The layout of the offices has been changed and an additional elevator has been added.

Main Building fourth floorThe third floor is the new home of the School of Business and Leadership. It features an executive leadership training area, all new classrooms and faculty offices and a student common area with a lounge area and computer lab.

The second floor also features a student common area, new classrooms and a new state-of-the-art multimedia center for communication arts students.

Gold Dining RoomsOn the first floor, the Renaissance Parlors have been restored to their original beauty and across the entry way, a new University Welcome Center has been created. Down the hall, the walls between the three Gold Dining Rooms have been opened up to create one large dining space for students.

Because of the support of our alumni and the community, the tragedy of the fire has been turned into a blessing for our students. The historic charm of Main Building has been restored while the building has been completely updated with the latest in educational technology and safety features. Cafeteria Hallway

Photos:
Top right, most of the scaffolding has been removed from Main Building as it nears its completion date.

Above left, The fourth floor of Main Building has been completely rebuilt with a new layout for offices.

Above right, Walls between the Gold Dining Rooms have been opened up to create one large dining space.

Above, Historic detail of Main Building has been restored including the return of ceilings that are replicas of the original pressed tin ceilings.




 


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