Going, going, gone! The Al Rashid Strength and Conditioning Center is down and construction is beginning on Lawrenceville’s new dining, hockey, and pool facilities. When students return to campus in a few weeks, full fitness facilities will be available for use at various locations around campus.
This construction is part of the new Tsai Dining and Athletic Center (TDAC), which will feature approximately 250,000 square feet of functional space. TDAC will preserve and repurpose the best of Lawrenceville’s existing field house while adding new dining and athletic facilities that reflect the latest standards in sports and nutrition.
Read “Redefining Wellness: Learning from Independent Schools” from Sasaki (the design firm behind both TCAC and the Gruss Center for Visual Arts) to learn how Lawrenceville and other independent schools continue to innovate and adjust their campuses with health, wellness, and community as top priorities.
For additional information, please contact Lisa M. Gillard Hanson, director of Public Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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