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Wank Adams Slavin designs buildings at Jersey State.

Wank Adams Slavin Associates (WASA), a leading architecture and engineering firm, has designed two new buildings at Jersey City State College: an academic building and an athletic center. Construction of both building is currently underway at the campus in Jersey City, New Jersey.

The four-story, 58,000 square-foot academic building will house classrooms, computer laboratories, and faculty and administrative offices. In addition, there will be a nurses' training laboratory and teacher resource library. The building will feature a brick and glass facade.

The 71,000-square-foot athletic, recreation and fitness center includes a 2,000 seat gynasium with three full basketball courts, mezzanine running track, swimming pool, fitness center, handball courts and training and locker facilities.

Both facilities were designed to integratee within the existing urban/suburban campus setting. The academic building will establish an anchor on the southwest end of the campus. The new recreation center is situated two blocks from the existing urban/suburban campus.

The academic building is scheduled for completion in September 1993. The recreation facility will be completed in March 1994.
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Title Annotation:Jersey City State College, Jersey City, New Jersey
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Mar 3, 1993
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