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Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update, July 2017

Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update, July 2017

“Work on St. Cecilia Hall has reached a new level of intensity in recent weeks, with as many as 75 workmen of a variety of trades currently on the job,” reports Peter L. DeLuca, the College’s vice president for finance and administration. “Inside, insulation and drywall installation are well advanced, while the application of the first layer of exterior stucco is beginning.”

  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update
  • St. Cecilia Hall Update, July 2017
    Slideshow: St. Cecilia Hall Progress Update

St. Cecilia Hall will be the fourteenth building constructed since the College acquired its campus in the 1970s. Situated on the southwest corner of the academic quadrangle, it stands adjacent to St. Gladys Hall and Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel. When completed, the building will host the biweekly events that make up the St. Vincent DePaul Lecture and Concert Series as well as the annual Matriculation ceremony, orientation assemblies, dramatic productions, dances, informal musical performances, and academic conferences.

“Assuming summer heat does not cause too much delay,” adds Mr. DeLuca, “substantial completion is still expected in mid-October.”

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– Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J (†)

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