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November 9, 2012

College finds flaw in new academic building

Work on SUNY Plattsburgh academic building will need to be redone

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“All of those things happen, and sometimes they’re no one’s fault, sometimes they’re oversights, and sometimes they’re just by design,” he said. “And they’ve all kind of slowly accumulated to this point now where we have lost time.”

It was originally anticipated that SUNY Plattsburgh’s Computer Science and Business and Economics faculty would move into the new building over the college’s winter break in December and January and that classes would be conducted there beginning at the start of the spring semester in 2013. 

However, the college now plans for faculty to move in over the spring break in mid March, with the first classes likely scheduled there in summer and fall of next year. 

“It’ll be there, and it’ll be essentially empty for a couple months waiting for us to occupy it,” Homburger said. 

Email Ashleigh Livingston: alivingston@pressrepublican.com

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