Science building supports enrollment increases

October 13, 2010 |

The new Kluge-Moses Science Building at Piedmont Virginia Community College, in Charlottesville, is part of a campus update designed and managed by the Lukmire Partnership. The 34,000-sf building is designed to be both a focal point of the college and a recruitment mechanism to get more students enrolling in healthcare programs. The facility enables the college to add two new programs, radiography and sonography. The two-story facility has 12 labs, a faculty office wing, and a student gathering area.

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