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StudentHealth&CPASS

Start: January 2013
Completion: July 2014

The new Student Health building will be constructed as a three-story building of approximately 52,800 GSF to house various WVU student health clinics and services including acute medical, pharmacy, Student Wellness program, and the Caruth Center. The building will also provide shell space which will be allocated and built-out according to future space needs. The building will be fully integrated into the utility infrastructure for the Evansdale Campus and will have energy efficient systems.

The new building will border the new Evansdale Recreation Fields and will be located adjacent to the Student Recreation Center, creating a wellness precinct on the Evansdale campus. The building will be physically connected to the new CPASS building at the ground floor level only.

CPASS & Student Health

Start: February 2013
Completion: July 2014

Contractor: PJ Dick

Architect: Alpha Associates

Through the College of Physical Activities and Sports Sciences (CPASS) building project, the College from the Coliseum will be relocated into a new facility that is physically connected at the ground floor to the new WVU Student Health building. The new CPASS building will border the new Evansdale Recreation Fields and will be located adjacent to the Student Recreation Center, creating a wellness precinct on the Evansdale campus.

The building will be four stories with 64,000 GSF. It will have seven general purpose classrooms for CPASS courses as well as general education courses, facilitating the University’s goal of offering more general education courses on the Evansdale Campus. A small fitness center and multi-purpose space in the building will enhance the delivery of the college’s lifetime activities programs. The building will be fully integrated into the utility infrastructure for the Evansdale Campus and will have energy efficient systems.

Invitation

Project manager: Scott Owen Scott.Owen@mail.wvu.edu

WVU breaks ground on new CPASS, Student Health and Wellness facilities

CPASS & Student Health Groundbreaking



Disruptions:

At this time there are no interruptions planned. The site is located very close to the student new student recreation fields, but the fields and walking path will not be impacted by the project. The construction site will be fenced-off . The team does not foresee where the construction activities will impact or alter the flow of vehicular or pedestrian traffic. The shutdown of utilities for tie-ins to the new building will be necessary and will be scheduled and coordinated in advance.