SUNY Cortland have announced that projects totaling $35 million dollars are taking place during this summer. Improvements include work on academic buildings, residence halls, wider sidewalks, and brand new outdoor signage.
“Summer is a very busy and rewarding time, especially this year,” said Associate Vice President for Facilities Management Zachariah Newswanger. “It’s exciting to see the physical construction taking place because many of these projects have been scheduled for several years.”
In total there are 36 projects currently being done in various phases. Most visible? That would be the redesign of the Miller Building, which has the school’s administrative offices and the complete renovation of Smith Tower, a high rise student residence building.
The school notes many of the projects are nearing completion before the start of the fall 22’ school semester and plans are in place for 2023 improvements, including the C-wing of Cornish and Van Hoesen halls.