Panhellenic Building Demolition
Demolition of two of the seven units of the Panhellenic residential life complex took place on June 6, 2006. By the end of the day, both western-most buildings had been razed, with only a portion of the front porch remaining. The buildings are being removed in preparation for the first phase of construction of the college’s new state-of-the art residential facility.
This new complex is being funded by FSC alumni Carol Jenkins Barnett and Barney Barnett, and designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, an internationally-acclaimed firm. The unique design of the three new Y-shaped buildings will join Wright’s style with the campus’ Georgian buildings, guarantee a lake view for every bedroom, and incorporate a wall of windows and expansive lawn along the lake. Construction of the first phase is planned to be completed by fall 2007.