Project: East Campus Housing Complex
Architect: Burt Hill / Stantec
Construction Budget: $350 Million
Binghamton University is undergoing the replacement of two existing residential life complexes on its upstate New York campus. The complex includes 3,000 beds of student housing in eight residence halls, support and a collegiate center.
The first two phases of the project include the replacement of Newing College with four new buildings, in addition to a co-recreational field, basketball court, volleyball court, and other site amenities. Phase three includes a new collegiate center with dining facilities, a lite night cafe, meeting spaces, lounges, residential community offices, and a computer center. The last phase involves replacing and relocating the Dickinson residential complex, including four new buildings and a separate recreational field, basketball and volleyball courts, and additional site amenities.
With phases 1-3 complete, the anticipated completion of phase 4 is for the fall 2013 semester.