People interested in touring the newly-renovated Miller Hall at Western Washington University are invited to a dedication of the building on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
The $51.5 million renovation project, which was funded by the State Legislature, included: upgrading classrooms, computer labs and offices; replacing windows, electrical and mechanical systems; and building a “green roof” over the new “Collaborative Space” in the former courtyard.
Miller Hall was built in 1943 as the Campus School. This was the first major renovation work done on the building since 1968.
The event will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m., with self-guided tours following a ceremony. Free shuttle service will be provided from gravel lot 12A on the south side of campus, starting at 3:10 p.m.