The vision of William & Mary School of Business is to become established as a premier, but intimate, business school with a world-class reputation as a source of uniquely qualified future leaders in knowledge-driven environments.
This project will provide a consolidated facility for the graduate and undergraduate programs of the business school. The project will provide 160,000 square feet of high quality and high tech classroom, office and meeting spaces.
- Cost: $75 million planning (source - 9D Debt and private funds)
- New GSF: 160,000
- Start Date: January 2006
- Finish Date: Fall 2009
- Design Team: Moseley Architects / Robert A.M. Stern
- Contractor: Whiting-Turner
- Progress: The project achieved substantial completion on June 23rd. Following receipt and installation of furniture and audio-visual equipment, the faculty and staff moved into the building in a phased occupancy during late June through early July. A "soft" opening began on July 13th with the conduct of two seminars. A full fall class schedule began on schedule in August. The contractor has completed all punch list items and the project is now in the one year warranty period. A grand opening celebration is scheduled for October 2nd.
- Website: Mason School of Business - Alan B. Miller Hall
Rex Holmlin, Project Manager
Anna Martin, Vice President, Administration
Lawrence B. Pulley, Dean, Mason School of Business
Sam Jones, Vice President, Finance
Martha Sheets, Senior Planner
Bob Dillman, Associate Vice President, Facilities Management
Wayne Boy, Associate Director, Facilities Planning, Design & Construction
James R. Haltiner, Frank Batten Professor for Distinguished Teaching in the MBA Program, Mason School of Business
Gabriel Pall, Director of Enterprise Management, Mason School of Business
Lynda Butler, Vice Dean and Chancellor, School of Law
Robert Mooney, Mason School of Business Foundation Board
Bruce Auger, Mason School of Business Foundation Board