Sage’s Maintenance and Facilities teams led several summer projects that have improved the look, feel and function of the Sage campuses for the 2019-20 academic year.
A new commuter lounge on the Troy campus is an inviting space for commuter students to relax, study and socialize. The lounge includes a computer lab, kitchen and common area. Christine Collard Devereaux ’56 and Estelle ’68 and Gregory Condon led the fundraising initiative for Vanderheyden Commuter Hall.
Common area in Vanderheyden Commuter Hall.
Computer lab in Vanderheyden Commuter Hall.
Kitchen area in Vanderheyden Commuter Hall.
Dorm rooms on the second floor of Kellas Hall in Troy received a face-lift thanks to crowdsource funding provided by alumnae.
Walkways and landscaping in Kellas Courtyard in Troy have been improved for a safe and attractive environment.
A project to repair the brownstone and replace windows on French House and McMurray Spicer Gale in Troy began this summer and will continue throughout the year with support from the family of Barbara Gural ’72.
Paint is being removed and copper restored on the fascia of the John Paine Building in Troy, thanks to gifts from former trustees Jennifer Flather ’86 and Kimberly Peregrim ’93. The library fascia will be restored next.
A second clinical simulation lab and classroom will provide a hospital atmosphere for training nurses, physical and occupational therapists and dietitians. Construction on the lab, in the area known as the Kellas Quad in Troy, has started, and the Nursing program used the space for lectures this fall. The clinical simulation lab expansion is supported by a major gift from the William Randolph Hearst Foundation.
Ray Bronk and Doug Gleason at work building the new clinical simulation lab.
Electrician Dave Wooster installs the HVAC system for the new simulation lab.
Student government provided funds for a bus shelter on the Albany campus. The new shelter will provide protection from sun, rain and snow for students waiting for the shuttle between the Troy and Albany campuses.
New flooring and fresh paint have brightened the Art + Design Building in Albany.
New tiles and modern fixtures have improved the bathrooms on the third floor of the residence hall in Albany.