Board of Trustees Approves Moving Forward with Phase One of Forest Hall Renovation, Scheduled to Begin This Summer
The Transform capital campaign has been making steady progress for the past few months, with one of the main goals of the campaign being the complete renovation of Forrest Hall. The project will be a massive undertaking, with everything in the building being gutted and replaced with new and modern amenities.
The college has been working closely with a builder and has developed a comprehensive three-phase plan to complete the renovation work. Each phase of the plan coincides with the renovation of one wing, and it is anticipated that each wing will take about a year to complete.
Thanks to the generosity of donors to the Transform campaign, the Board of Trustees has approved moving forward with phase one of the Forrest Hall construction plan. The $4.2 million dollar project will completely renovate C wing, both inside and out. The renovation work is scheduled to begin in late summer after the conclusion of summer camps.
When students return to C wing, they will be welcomed back to a fully renovated space with new furniture. The Board of Trustees has also approved renaming C wing to the Fetterman wing in honor of the Fetterman family, who made a significant contribution to the project.
The college plans to begin phase two renovations as soon as sufficient funding has been raised. The college is grateful for the support of its donors, which has made these much-needed renovations to Forrest Hall possible.
For more information on the Transform capital campaign and the renovation of Forrest Hall, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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