Looking to support the largest freshman class in school history, Wingate University finished construction Jan. 10 on its new residence hall. The new building is three stories, able to house 96 students.
‘This new apartment building is beautiful and comfortable,” Wingate President Dr. Jerry McGee said. “I am confident it will be well received by our students.”
CM Black, based in Concord, NC, previously constructed the Beam and Cannon residence halls at Wingate, and has also built the Hayes classroom and George A. Batte Jr. Fine Arts Center. It is also currently constructing the Levine College of Health Sciences building on the campus.
“We are thrilled to continue our relationship with Wingate University and help the school meet the increasing demands of its growing student population,” CM Black President Emmitt Black said. “Our ability to complete the work in such a challenging time frame is a credit to everyone involved in the project. We are proud of our accomplishment, and the building that will help Wingate maintain its recent growth.”