Constructing sustainability: The Lombardo Welcome Center

December 7, 2017 0

Michael Brockett Distribution Manager Since Dr. John Anderson’s inauguration as Millersville University’s 14th president, his drive to create a more sustainable campus has created many changes around the community. From establishing bike stations around campus,

Gaige Hall to undergo future demolition

November 12, 2015 2

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor In 2013, Millersville University embarked on what many consider to be its most ambitious construction project in its 160 year history. In an attempt to provide higher quality accommodations for

Everything you need to know about new residence halls

October 22, 2014 0

Alexander Geli Editor-in-Chief In 2012, Student Services, Inc. and Student Lodging, Inc. met with Benchmark Construction, Ambling University Development and architect Lord Aeck Sargent to brainstorm their new Residence Hall Replacement Project for Millersville University.

Phase one completed by August 2014

October 9, 2013 0

Carissa Slawecki News Writer Construction on the new living facilities is well under way here at Millersville University. According to Geoff Beers, CEO and General Manager of Student Services Inc., “Construction is progressing very well

MU makes major changes

September 23, 2010 0

It is absolutely amazing to see how this university has changed in the time since I was a
freshman. This school was teetering on the threshold of old and outdated. Now, it is anything but that.

When I return from England after this semester I will come back to a Millersville
transformed. The new student center truly is “seizing the opportunity.”

The Ganser Library is latest construction project

September 18, 2010 0

With the start of a new school year here at Millersville, there are a lot of changes taking place. The main change giving everyone something to talk about is the upcoming closing of Ganser Library.

If the Student Memorial Center (SMC) is the heart of the University, Ganser Library is, without a doubt, the brain of the ‘Ville. It is where students go to do research, complete assignments, commune with friends and study partners, and even escape from hectic college life.

Staff Editorial: Where is the money coming from?

April 14, 2010 2

The construction around campus is not the most pleasant of sights and is not welcoming for incoming students. The construction is not new to this semester, beginning in the summer with the traffic situation at Frederick and George, and now we see it with the SMC and the current fences that have been placed around Gordinier.

SMC construction updates

January 28, 2010 0

Due to harsh weather conditions, the SMC renovations are behind schedule, but this will not be a pressing issue for the next phase of construction.

Several changes were made over the break. “The construction crews finished the footers and brought the area in front of the RMPR up to grade,” said Geoff Beers, Chief Operating Officer. The crew also continued to work on the footers and walls for the new open recreational area, as well as complete the concrete walls of the mechanical room.

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