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Saving the Chancellor’s House

In last week’s blog, we discussed the concept of adaptive reuse and gave some examples of its employ here on UNCG’s campus. This week we’ll look at an adaptive reuse success story that could have only happened through the joint efforts of the wider UNCG community and Historic Preservation groups. Designed by Harry Barton of […]

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Building Recycling at UNCG

Like most universities, UNCG’s campus has grown and expanded over time. This growth usually involves the periodic building of new structures necessary for all the various activities on campus. Spaces for teaching, learning, living, eating, researching, health services, recreation, and even all the support services, such as facilities and grounds, have to be accommodated in […]