Introducing Thurston Hall
Construction management faculty, students, and alumni gathered on September 29, 2018 to celebrate UC’s newest academic building, Thurston Hall.
The 15,000-square foot construction management facility is named in honor of lead donor Gary M. Thurston ’68, chairman and CEO of The Hayner Hoyt Corporation and graduate of UC’s construction management program. Many construction management alumni also helped fund the effort.
An additional $700,000 was provided by Empire State Development (ESD) through the Regional Economic Development Council.
Thurston Hall features a materials lab with materials testing equipment, workspace for construction projects, and instructional support technology such as whiteboards and AV projectors.
The facility also provides computer laboratories and workstations configured with CM-specific software, a multi-use auditorium, and a smart classroom, which includes video conferencing capabilities to support on-line/on-campus course delivery.
“The construction of Thurston Hall offers benefits for the future of the program by helping to attract quality student prospects from across the country and around the world,” said Dr. David Dubbelde, professor and director of the construction management program.
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