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SUNY Institute of Technology Utica/Rome

State University of New York Institute of Technology Utica/Rome - New Residence Hall

New Residence Hall

SUNYIT at Utica-Rome
Project: Oriskany Residence Hall
Location: Utica, New York (Oneida County)
Architect: Mach Architecture + Engineering, PC
Construction Budget: $23.5 Million
Construction Schedule: completion in fall 2011

Luxurious by college standards, Oriskany Hall, a new 240 bed residence hall, features a three-story main building (87,000 sq. ft.) and is designed with the modern student in mind.  This Hall offers a six-person, suite-style living experience that features spacious two-story living areas joined by sophisticated spiral staircases.  Storage is plentiful and students will enjoy the comfort and convenience of study areas, a building kitchen and laundry facilities.  International students will reside together in one wing of the complex with convenient accessibility to a shared building kitchen. 

Energy usage, per suite, can be monitored by a building management system displayed in the lobby intended to encourage an ecofriendly lifestyle.  Oriskany Hall is designed to be LEED Gold. 

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