Construction of New Sheridan College Residence Hall Under Way

Sheridan College Fice President Cheryl Heath updates board on construction of new residence hall. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Sheridan College Fice President Cheryl Heath updates board on construction of new residence hall. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Construction of a new 100-bed residence hall at Sheridan College is underway, and hopes are that it will be completed by fall of next year.

Vice President Cheryl Heath updated trustees on the new Whitney Centennial Hall at their meeting Thursday night, sharing copies of architect's drawings with the college board members.

She said the new hall includes a courtyard.

The name of the new Centennial Hall commemorates the 100-year legacy of Edward A. Whitney's generosity. Of the total $9.4 million cost of the project, Whitney Benefits has committed to contribute $7.5 million. The remaining $1.9 million will come from resident student revenue.

Evolve Architecture LLC is architect for the project, and Dick Anderson Construction has been selected as the contractor. Both are Sheridan companies.

Heath said the new residence hall will include three floors with traditional rooms, common lounges and study areas.

When completed, Centennial Hall will bring the total number of beds on the Sheridan College campus to 542.

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Architect's drawing of new hall. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Architect's drawing of new hall. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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