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Glassboro Campus

Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering - New Building
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This Project consists of the construction of a new building across from the Rowan Hall Engineering building. It will be an approximately 88,000 square feet and will include wet and dry laboratory spaces, meeting rooms, conference rooms, classrooms, faculty and staff offices, research lab spaces, dining facility, and spaces specially geared towards supporting STEM related academic programs.  This expansion project will represent the development of a new Engineering campus within our main campus.  The project will also include new landscaping, roadway and traffic signal from Bowe Boulevard.

Target delivery Spring 2017

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Rohrer College of Business - New Building

This project consists of constructing a new four-story, 98,290 square foot academic building to support the growth of the Rohrer College of Business.  The new building will be located on Route 322 next to Westby Hall.  The new facilities will enable the college of business to expand its enrollment to approximately 2000 students and will include a trading room, business center, entrepreneurship hatchery, seminar/meeting rooms, classrooms, computer labs, faculty and administrative spaces, and collaboration (breakout) rooms.  The new facility will represent the gateway of development within the Glassboro campus.
Nearly $46 million dollars of the project is funded through the Building Our Future Bond Act passed by voters in 2012.  The referendum was the first bond act to support construction at New Jersey higher education institutions.

Target delivery Spring 2017

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New Student Housing
The conceived facility will provide 1400 beds of student housing to accommodate the growth of the undergraduate programs.  In addition to housing, a new cafeteria would be constructed to meet the additional food service demand.  It is anticipated that the project would be constructed via a developer using a Public-Private-Partnership Agreement. 

Target delivery Fall 2016/2017

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301 W High Street Renovation Project

This project consists of adaptive reuse/renovations of an existing 3 story building frame. The project will create an art gallery, art studies and administration offices. The renovations are to accommodate use by the Visual Arts Program within the College of Fine and Performing Arts. Approximately 23,000 square feet

Target delivery Fall 2015

Bozorth Hall / Westby Hall HVAC Renovation and Replacement

This project consists of the replacement of the current HVAC system/units in two buildings, Westby Hall and Bozorth Hall with a more energy efficient one. This project represents a small portion of the significant backlog of deferred maintenance that exists on the Rowan University campus in Glassboro. The deferment of this project has had a programmatic impact to the way in which the facility can be used, causing either the elimination or reshaping of academic programs to work within the limitations of the condition of the facility. Approximately 106,726 square feet

Target delivery Summer 2016


Stormwater Management and Landscape Master Plan

This phase will protect water from flooding buildings on the South Campus at Memorial and Linden Hall areas and also the North Campus roadway,  Chestnut parking lot, EPA parking lots and parking lot W including surrounding areas.

Landscaping Plans


Robinson Green Project

The Robinson Green Project will result in creating site conditions which separate pedestrian traffic from the current intense and hazardous interaction with vehicular traffic. Emergency equipment access to the buildings surrounding the Green will be improved. The new design will provide passive and active recreational amenities so that the Green will become a place to linger and not just pass through. Further the new design will set the stage for additional community oriented open space enhancements in the future.

Target delivery Summer 2015


South Jersey Technology Park Building II

Mixed-use facilities that will accommodate academic R & D programs and provide the resources necessary to incubate emerging technology enterprises. Both academic research activity and incubation of provate combines are integral to creating a nucleus of high tech activity at the rowan West campus. Continued real estate discussions/negotiations with prospective tenants


West Campus Athletics Fields

Rowan University will install a new practice soccer field and a new multipurpose field for both team practices and intramurals.  Along with the two new fields, Rowan will install Collegiate level track and field event areas to support Hammer/Discus, Javelin, Shot-put, Long Jump and Pole Vaulting venues.   The fields will have a designated parking lot, lighting and a pavilion, and be secured by a perimeter fence.
Update: Project Enhancement changing grass to synthetic turf.

Target delivery Summer 2015




Camden Campus


Camden Bank Renovations Phase II

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This project consists of the renovation of approximately 37,000 square feet of an historic bank building, which when complete will allow for the total occupancy of the bank building and the annex affixed to it.  The annex renovation, or Phase I is scheduled to be complete the winter of 2013.  This phase II work will include HVAC upgrades, windows, electrical, fire alarm systems, addition of green space, office construction and renovations, and the restoration of the main lobby.  This work when complete will represent the entire completion of the Bank Building, to be fully occupied by Rowan.

Target delivery Fall 2016


Joint Science/Allied Health Research Facility
Research/laboratory collaborative and commercial retail.  Space geared towards allied health related collaboration between Rowan University and Rutgers University.Approximately 100,000 square feet and 5 to 6 stories tall in downtown Camden, proximate to the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University