Miller Hall

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"The western gateway to campus..." --Dean Larry Pulley[1]


The Common Glory Parking Lot at the intersection of Jamestown Road and Ukrop Way closed on April 30, 2007, to make way for the Mason School of Business' new building, Alan B. Miller Hall.[2]

Information about the building project from Facilities Management:

  • Public-private partnership: The College of William and Mary and the Business School Foundation
  • 7 years of planning, analysis and design
  • 24-month construction schedule
  • Gross space: 163,000 sq. ft.
  • Total project cost: $75 million
    • $50 million private funds from Business School Foundation
    • $25 million from the College
    • cost covers design, construction, furniture, information technology, and audiovisual costs
  • Sustainable building: seeking LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) silver level certification
  • Occupancy:
    • Graduate Business Programs (MBA)
    • Undergraduate Business Program
    • Executive MBA Program (EMBA)
    • Masters of Accounting (MAcc)
    • Center for Corporate Education (CCE)
    • Center for Entrepreneurship
    • administration
    • faculty
    • staff
  • Student population expected at move-in:
    • Undergraduates: 550 plus 75 sophomores in accounting and statistics
    • Graduates: 410 (includes 3 MBA programs, plus EMBA and MAcc)
  • Fully wired and data-ready building
  • Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP
  • Construction Manager: Whiting-Turner [3]


The gates that formerly marked the entrance to the Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre are presently being restored (as of October 2007) and will be returned as part of the School of Business construction project. The gates were damaged by the contractor when they were removed and plans were made to have the gates repaired by a blacksmith.

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