Clemson University breaks ground on $31M project

Clemson University breaks ground on $31M project

McMillan Pazdan Smith | April 23, 2010

Clemson University will break ground today on a $31 million project to expand and renovate Rudolph E. Lee Hall, home of the university’s design, build and visual arts disciplines.

?We want a building that has some highly sustainable concepts in the design and a building that can teach students how a building comes together, how it exists in an environment and how it can even give back to an environment,? said Brad Smith of McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, lead architects for the project.

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