Curry College breaks ground on student center

June 5, 2008
84,000-square-foot facility is expected to open in 2009

BOSTON, MA; May 2008 -- Curry College President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr., Suffolk Construction Company, Inc. CEO John F. Fish and 200 members of the Curry community recently gathered in a ceremonial groundbreaking for the construction of the College's new 84,000 square foot Student Center.

The 84,000-square-foot Student Center will feature recreational athletic facilities including a Gymnasium and Fitness Center; locker rooms; athletic offices; expanded dining hall; student lounge; café; sports café with pub style seating and flat screen TVs; game room; study lounge; student services, SGA and student club offices and meeting areas; chapel; campus Post Office and Copy and Supply Center; amphitheatre style, multipurpose outdoor gathering space; and a campus bookstore.

Construction of the Student Center began in March 2008 and is estimated to be completed in 14-18 months. At the conclusion of the construction, the existing Student Center will be razed. The builder is Suffolk Construction andthe architect is CBT Architects.

Curry College is a 129-year old, private, four-year, liberal arts institution located on 135 acres in Milton, Mass.

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