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Featured Projects at Liberty University

School of Music


As Liberty’s campus undergoes a major transformation, plans were made to construct a new academic building for the School of Music. This 140,000 SF building is located directly across the courtyard from the newly constructed Montview Student Union. The state-of-the-art auditorium has seating for up to 1,600 with the ability to reconfigure the layout to accommodate smaller audiences in a more intimate setting. 

 

Liberty Athletics Center


Liberty University’s new 60,000-square-foot Athletic and Performance Center, currently open and operating next to the Liberty Baseball Stadium, has integrated study areas with state-of-the-art rehabilitation and strength and conditioning facilities.

 

Indoor Football Facility


Construction has now finished on the 95,000-square-foot practice facility, located beside Williams Stadium. Its doors opened in summer 2017. Flames Football and other athletics teams are able to practice, regardless of the weather, on a turf field under a 70-foot ceiling.

 

Williams Stadium Expansion


Construction has now begun on the new expansion project of Williams Stadium. Starting in September, 2017 this expansion will bring seating capacity from 19,000 up to 25,000. Fans will also see a new scoreboard, more food options, road improvements and new bus loading and unloading areas to improve road and foot traffic. The plans also include for new data handling facilities to improve cell phone performance at the games, camera platforms, and a new gateway entrance feature.

 

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Reber Thomas Dining Renovation


CMA managed the full interior renovation to the Reber Thomas Dining Hall that has now drastically shortened the time it takes students to get served. Liberty University holds a high ranking for their food service program and continues to strive to make it even better. The project included new serving lines, new equipment, heating and cooling renovations along with utility connections. 

 

Academic Lawn


CMA is continuing to construct Liberty University’s Academic Lawn. The Academic Lawn will be a long stretch of green space extending from the South end of campus to the North end. The lawn now extends between the Science Hall, School of Music, Student Center, Jerry Falwell Library and the new Residential high rise buildings. 

 

 

 

Montview Student Union


Upon completion of the new School of Music building, CMA demolished the existing school space to make room for a new dining expansion. Serving as Liberty’s main academic building since the 1980s, the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center was expanded to provide more student lounge space and a food court including a bowling alley, game room with gaming consoles, billiard tables and table tennis all available for use with equipment available for checkout. Restaurants include Garbanzo: a Mediterranean cuisine; Woodfire: a genuine north eastern style pizza; Argo Tea: signature beverages and teas; Star Ginger: authentic Asian street food, and many others.

 

Liberty Basketball Arena


Construction on the Liberty Arena, which will be located between Arthur S. DeMoss Hall and the Vines Center, is expected to start this fall. The new, 125,000-square-foot arena at Liberty University will provide additional space for sporting events, concerts, and other events that don’t require a venue as large as the 10,000-seat Vines Center. It is scheduled to be completed in time for the start of the first basketball game in 2020. The arena is the latest project in Liberty’s nearly $1 billion campus rebuilding, which has included several new, world-class, academic, athletics, and housing facilities.

 

Commons Housing II


Commons Housing II project, LU’s second high-rise residence hall. The building features nine stories and approximately 1,000 beds. Construction methods and finishes of this building mimic the first Commons Housing I project.

 

Commons Housing III


CMA has now finished the construction on the newest 200,000-square-foot Commons Housing III project. The third Commons Housing building features a “U” shape and houses more than 800 students. Each room accommodates two students and includes a private bath. 

 

Campus Freedom Tower


Liberty’s landmark Freedom Tower was completed in spring of 2018, the 275-foot-tall tower is now the tallest structure in Lynchburg and serves as the focal point of their campus — a testament to Liberty’s commitment to prepare students both academically and spiritually. It now holds the Rawlings School of Divinity in it’s base.

 

Liberty Mountain Gun Club


Liberty began constructing it’s new $3.2 million gun range in summer of 2017. The gun range is expected to include 5 different venues including a pistol range, rifle range, an instructional area, and a three- gun competition range; with future plans for an indoor firing range and awards pavilion. 

 

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