Walsh College Board of Trustees Approve Campus Improvements

Valerio Dewalt Train Associates have been selected to return to the Walsh College campus in Troy, Michigan. The Walsh College Board of Trustees has formally approved a $15 million improvement to the College’s original campus building on Livernois Road, enhancing business student learning experiences and strengthening their success potential in the global marketplace. Improvements will [...]

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Apr 14, 2014

Walsh College Board of Trustees Approve Campus Improvements

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Valerio Dewalt Train Associates have been selected to return to the Walsh College campus in Troy, Michigan. The Walsh College Board of Trustees has formally approved a $15 million improvement to the College’s original campus building on Livernois Road, enhancing business student learning experiences and strengthening their success potential in the global marketplace.

Improvements will include a two-story, 27,000 square-foot renovation and addition to Walsh’s original campus building, built in the 1970s, and a 28,000 square-foot renovation to existing interior spaces. The addition will encompass distinct pavilions with a business-communication focused student success center, a student lounge, and a “one-stop” student services center.

The modern, fresh façade will reflect Walsh’s premier bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and certificate business programs.  Stone, metal panel, and brick will be used to express permanence and create continuity with the College’s last addition, the 37,000 square-foot VDTA designed Jeffrey W. Barry Center, completed in 2007.

“This initiative underscores Walsh College’s long-term commitment to the growth and vibrancy that we see in southeast Michigan and Troy,” said Stephanie Bergeron, president and CEO.  “The improvements represent our high-quality educational programs, meet the needs of today’s students, and put a contemporary face on the Walsh College business brand.”

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