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Alpha Delta Pi New Sorority House

Constructed on the site of its original 1955 UF residence, the new three-story, Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House will open in August 2020.

University of Florida Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Bull Gator Deck Renovations

The area now features new flooring, lighting, televisions, drink rails, Shuffleboard tables, and Xbox stations

New Drummond Community Bank Building- Gainesville

The contemporary design is meant to illustrate Drummond’s commitment to transparency in banking and their commitment to North Central Florida.

UF College of Education Returns Home

A New Norman Scorpio has reached a major milestone in the renovation to the UF College of Education’s historic home – Norman Hall. Floors one, two and three have been completely renovated and classes and administration have returned home after relocating approximately 12 months ago. Areas of the building are…

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Opportunity Awaits: Renovations to Bull Gator Deck & Zone Highlight New Tickets Option for Fans

The UAA continues to be committed to providing unique opportunities to all fans who want to attend a game inside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University Athletic Association continues to be committed to providing unique opportunities to all fans who want to attend a game inside Ben…

Research village opens at Whitney Lab with another big project on the horizon

This article appeared in the St. Augustine Record . Original can be found here.

The goal of the multimillion-dollar project, which had a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Dec. 8, is to give visiting scientists and students a place to stay and conduct coastal, environmental and marine biology research.

“We are pretty excited about it,” said Jessica Long, director of development and external relations.

The village features a cluster of six sustainably built cottages each equipped with four bedrooms a kitchen and a shared living space. The cottages more than double the current housing by adding 24 beds.

The Florida Legislature pitched in more than $700,000 with fundraising covering the estimated additional costs of $2.3 million.

The research village project is part of an overall expansion at the campus across State Road A1A from Marineland.

Long said the next project is a 25,000-square-foot laboratory building featuring an expanded sea turtle hospital. UF has already raised more than $10 million, about half the money needed, for that project. The goal is to raise more money in 2019 and begin building by 2020.