Follow the many campus construction efforts with this biweekly column.
Given all of the hard hat zones on campus this semester, specifically in relation to improvements to the Sutton Center and Miller Center facilities, many students are curious about what Campus Recreation has in store for Wake Forest within the next year.
While the Reynolds Gym will not reopen for students until early next year, this column will stay up-to-date on the smaller, yet still relevant benchmarks of the project, throughout the remaining two phases.
Max Floyd, the Director of Campus Recreation, is proud to have witnessed so much development in his department since he first started working at Wake Forest 22 years ago.
“It was just me and a sink,” he said, reflecting on his first office within the department.
The tentative completion date of Phase II is set for mid-August. It will feature a new floor of cardio machines, offices for the Office of Wellbeing and a climbing wall to replace the one that was located in the Crux of the old building.
Phase III is expected to be completed by the spring of 2018, alongside a new pool and offices for Campus Recreation.