Building anticipation

New Student center rendering

Taking a project from architectural vision to actual building is a detailed process.

Below is a timeline of 13 exciting milestones to anticipate as the Christine E. Lynn University Center becomes a reality.

2017

April: Groundbreaking! Trinity Lake reshaping is complete. Frogs move back in.

May: Fencing surrounds the site. Looky-loos search for gaps. Overhead lines are gone. Thanks, FPL!

June: “H” lot is finished. Suddenly, summer parking’s a breeze. Demolition ends. Anyone unearth the missing time capsule?

July: Concrete trucks roll in. Now it gets real

November: Exterior details materialize. Builders call it the “skin.”


2018

February: “Skin” is in. It’s getting close now!

March: Interior work begins. Floors, lights, décor—the fun stuff!

September: Landscaping takes shape. The park gets green.

November: Millwork arrives. Doors are the final to-do.

December: Punch list Greg Malfitano, Tom Heffernan and the Gerrits crew fuss over final details.


2019

Ribbon cutting: The doors open to the Lynn community!

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Lynn Debate hosted and Marisa McGrady and Will Conway were victorious in Lynn's Gold Coast BP Debate Tournament Nov. 10!
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Ja'dan Johnson and Samuel Nvota won Finalists in Lynn's Gold Coast BP Debate Tournament.
Lynn students Ja'dan Johnson and Samuel Nvota won Finalists in Lynn's Gold Coast BP Debate Tournament.
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Chris Cohen efficiently kept Lynn's Gold Coast BP Fall 2018 Tournament in order from the Tabulation Room.
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Lynn President Kevin Ross spoke at the Boca Chamber November Membership Breakfast.
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