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Higher Education
UH-Clear Lake breaks ground on new residence hall
Press Release
Tuesday, June 26, 2018

HOUSTON, June 14, 2018 — University of Houston-Clear Lake held a groundbreaking ceremony June 12 for a 294-bed residence hall. The ceremony “formally marks another milestone in UH-Clear Lake’s 21st century transformation – all designed to better serve students and to enhance our role within our region,” President Ira K. Blake said. The residence hall is scheduled to open for the fall 2019 semester. Pictured from left is Dean of Students David Rachita, Associate Vice President for Student Services Darlene F. Biggers, Blake and Amy Snyder, director of Residential Housing and Student Life.



  HOUSTON, June 14, 2018 — University of Houston-Clear Lake held a groundbreaking ceremony June 12 for a 294-bed residence hall. The ceremony “formally marks another milestone in UH-Clear Lake’s 21st century transformation – all designed to better serve students and to enhance our role within our region,” President Ira K. Blake said. The residence hall is scheduled to open for the fall 2019 semester. Pictured from left is Sam Hopkins, project executive from Tellepsen Builders; David Demarest, senior partner and principal from PBK Architects Inc.; Ward Martaindale, UHCL’s associate vice president for Facilities Management and Construction; Blake, Cliff Whittingstall, PBK partner and director of higher education; and from UH System’s Facilities Division,  Principal Project Manager Jim Norcom and Project Manager Mark Gill.


HOUSTON, June 14, 2018 — University of Houston-Clear Lake held a groundbreaking ceremony June 12 for a 294-bed residence hall. The ceremony “formally marks another milestone in UH-Clear Lake’s 21st century transformation – all designed to better serve students and to enhance our role within our region,” President Ira K. Blake said. The residence hall is scheduled to open for the fall 2019 semester. Pictured with Blake are members of the student housing committee (l-r) Lt. Kyle Pirtle of the UHCL Police Department (standing in for Chief Allen Hill), Dean of Students David Rachita, Associate Vice President for Student Services Darlene F. Biggers, Blake, Director of Residential Housing and Student Life Amy Snyder and Derrell Means, director of Grounds, Custodial Services and Parking.







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