Walsh College

Troy Building Renovation

Progress Update

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Construction Progress Video


Past Building Renovations

The Troy Campus building renovation is a $15 million project that will enhance the College’s original campus building on Livernois Road, improving the student learning experience and strengthening chances for business-student success in the global marketplace.

The project includes a two-story, 27,000 square-foot addition to Walsh’s original campus building, built in the 1970s, and a 28,000 square-foot renovation to existing interior spaces. The addition will encompass distinct pavilions with a business-communication focused Student Success Center, a student lounge, and a welcome center.

Construction started in fall 2014 and is expected to take 18 months to complete.  Architecture and design will be completed by Valerio Dewalt Train Associates (VDTA).  Donor-naming opportunities for the project are available.  View the camera for current video of the construction activity. 



Progress Update as of January 2016

By now you’ve probably noticed quite a bit has changed.  Many of the departments have been moved to their permanent homes!  Student Services now has new office hours and is located on the west side of the building (closest to Livernois.)  The Helpdesk counter is also open and directly across from Student Services.  The Student Life Office has opened and the clubs have their own space.  There is even a fireplace in the student lounge and, in one study room, there is a treadmill!  We think there are a lot of features that you will absolutely love.

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Campus Access as of February 10, 2016

Majority of the renovation is completed.

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Construction Progress Video


Past Building Renovations

Last Updated:  January 27, 2016