Featured Projects at Liberty University

School of Music

As Liberty’s campus undergoes a major transformation plans to construct a new academic building for the School of Music are now under way. This 140,000 SF building will be located directly across the courtyard from the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center. The state-of-the-art auditorium will have seating for up to 1,600 with the ability to reconfigure the layout to accommodate smaller audiences in a more intimate setting. 


Academic Performance Center

Liberty University’s new 60,000-square-foot Academic and Performance Center (APC), currently under construction next to the Liberty Baseball Stadium, will integrate study areas with state-of-the-art rehabilitation and strength and conditioning facilities.


Indoor Practice Facility 

Construction has begun on the 95,000-square-foot practice facility, located beside Williams Stadium. When its doors open in early summer 2017, Flames Football and other athletics teams will be able to practice, regardless of the weather, on a turf field under a 70-foot ceiling.



Reber Thomas Dining Renovation

CMA will undertake a full interior renovation to the Reber Thomas Dining Hall that will shorten 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. Project will include new serving lines, new equipment, heating and cooling renovations along with utility connections. 


Academic Lawn

CMA will continue 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 will be lie 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 will be demolishing 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 will be expanded to provide more student lounge space and a food court.


Commons Housing II

CMA started construction of the new 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 will mimic the first Commons Housing I project.



Commons Housing III

CMA has now begun the construction on the newest Commons Housing III project. The third Commons Housing building will feature a “U” shape and when completed it will house more than 800 students. 


Campus Freedom Tower

 When completed in fall 2017, the 275-foot-tall tower will be the tallest structure in Lynchburg and serve as the focal point of campus — a testament to Liberty’s commitment to prepare students both academically and spiritually.


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