SUNY Oneonta has announced that work is under way to renovate SUNY Oneonta’s Huntington Hall dormitory. The 20 million dollar project includes a four-story addition plus a fitness room and kitchen areas for students. The building will be reconfigured to allow 80 additional residents. The building is also receiving a number of system upgrades including a new fire protection system along with heating, ventilation and air conditioning improvements. Plus, the entire project will be constructed to LEED-Silver standards under the sustainability and energy efficiency guidelines of the U.S. Green Building Council in order to reach energy savings goals to cut emissions and reduce energy costs, while enhancing the quality of life for students. Renovation projects are also under way at SUNY Oneonta’s Grant, Sherman, and Tobey Halls.

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