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William and Mary School of Business

Miller Hall Facts

  • Building size: 166,000 square feet
  • Building volume: 2,465,870 cubic feet
  • Number of augured pilings: 387
  • Number of bricks: 500,000+
  • Number of tons of steel: 1,260 tons (that’s 2,520,000 pounds!)
  • Number of windows: 350
  • Number fireplaces: 2
  • Number of classrooms: 11 (excluding financial markets classroom/seminar rooms). Classrooms are designed to be easily reconfigured depending on need for tiered, clustered or flat floor classrooms. 
    • 4 – 60-seat tiered
    • 4 – 45-seat cluster
    • 1 – 45-seat tiered
    • 1 – 60-seat flat floor flexible
    • 1 – 45-seat tiered executive
    • 7,000 sq.ft. shell space for future academic centers and classrooms
  • Two 24-seat seminar rooms
  • 4000 sq.ft. multi-purpose room accommodates seating for 228 for meals or over 370 for lectures/presentations 
  • Electronic trading room/classroom for financial markets courses
  • Enhanced Business Library and Communications Laboratory 
  • Outdoor seats in café patio: 52
  • Construction cost: $52.1 million (bricks and mortar)
  • Project cost: $75 million
  • Groundbreaking: March 30, 2007
  • Substantial completion: June 1, 2009
  • First classes: August 24, 2009
  • Publication dedication: October 2, 2009
Project Team

 

Design Architect: Robert A.M. Stern (New York City)
Architect of Record: Moseley Architects (Virginia Beach office)
Construction Manager: Whiting-Turner (Richmond office)
Foundation Project Manager:  Rex M. Holmlin, P.E., PMP