CoLaboratory Building (CoLab)
The building will be fitted for the purpose of a working lab, a clean lab, and a building information modeling lab for students to build and construct, both digitally and physically.
A $24 million academic building will create engaging, flexible, and active learning spaces through the collaboration of interactive classrooms, case-study rooms, pocket lounges, cyber-security War room and a multi functional auditorium space.
Webb, Dewey, and Ainsworth Hall Renovations
This $24.5 million renovation will upgrade Webb Dewey, and Ainsworth Halls from top to bottom into environments that foster innovative projects, creative thinking, and intellectual growth. Flexible spaces, interactive classrooms, and faculty offices will enhance students’ individual learning and mentoring
MG Ernest Harmon Memorial Wall and Plaza
The MG Ernest Harmon Memorial Wall will have upgraded walkways and green spaces to support pedestrian traffic as well as an outdoor courtyard to support learning curriculum, exposes students to healthier living, and provides an opportunity to connect to nature.
In celebration of Norwich’s 200th anniversary, the Bicentennial Stairs will be unveiled in September 2019. The stairway will be constructed between the south east corner of the upper parade and the Sullivan Museum & History Center.
Sabine Field Renovations
The renovation of Sabine Field was a 10-month, $6 millon project that brought outdoor sports to a new level. In addition to an artificial turf surface, the project included a new grandstand and media box, all-weather track, lighting, scoreboard and a plaza between Plumley Armory and the field.
Kreitzberg Library Renovations
The $6.8 million Kreitzberg Library renovation was the first completed project under the Forging the Future campaign. The newly transformed library boast new workstations, group-study and collaborative-learing areas, technology-enabled classrooms, and two new conference rooms.
Biomass Power Plant
This $6 million project utilizes two wood-burning boilers to heat the campus, bringing a dramatically more efficient and sustainable use of resources to the campus’ physical plant, as well as substantial cost savings.
Dalrymple Hall Residence
Designed to accommodate 286 civilian students, the $26 million state-of-the-art design encompasses 84,204 square feet and meets LEED certification for energy conservation. The residence (formerly West Hall) features student lounges, exercise and game rooms, and laundry facilities.
South Hall was built in 2009 and houses more than 280 civilian students. Amenities include a fitness center, lobby with information desk, acoustic room with piano, enclosed and open lounges, enclosed study rooms with AV capabilities and multiple bathrooms on each floor.
A $6.3 million, 1,420 seat division three collegiate multi-purpose hockey arena built as the first phase of a three-phase athletic facilities master plan at Norwich University. The Arena features six team locker rooms, ticket office and booths, refrigeration room, and a skate sharpening shop.
Completed in 2011 as an addition and improvements to the existing athletic buildings, Doyle Hall includes a new grand entrance, a main lobby, food service, public restrooms, women’s hockey team suite, athletic offices, meeting rooms, classrooms, locker rooms.
Shaw Outdoor Center
In 2012, Norwich University opened the Shaw Outdoor Center on and around the Paine Mountain hillside that used to have a ski lift. Now, it features some of the best mountain biking, snowshoeing and hiking students and the Northfield community can utilize for pleasure and training.
Wise Campus Center
Opened in 2007, the Wise Campus Center is an addition to the original Harmon Hall Student Union built in 1958. The $21.7 million project is the hub of the campus, providing various program components as well as a social and dining environment that brings the cadet and civilian student populations together.
The Sullivan Museum and History Center, designated by the Smithsonian Institution as a Smithsonian Affiliate, welcomes visitors to explore Norwich’s rich 200-year history in a 21st-century, state-of-the-art facility. Engaging exhibits, artifact displays, audio and visual installations bring the story of Norwich and its alumni to life.