Locals gathered at the site of the new May School of Nursing and Allied Health at Lees-McRae College to attend the new building’s groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday morning. The 18,000-square-foot building will be the keystone in the school’s expanded health and science-related programs.
The new nursing school is named for donors Daniel and Dianne May. The Mays have also been honored for their donations towards the building of the May Wildlife Center.
The May School of Nursing building is designed by architecture firm McMillan Pazdan Smith. McMillan Pazdan Smith has designed other notable buildings on college campuses such as the USC School of Medicine in Greenville and Wofford Milliken Science Center.
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