Kline Center construction video

Dickinson College's athletics center will have 29,000 additional sq ft for students and athletic teams.

11/13/2013


Dickinson College's athletics center, designed by Cannon Design, will have 29,000 additional sf for students and athletic teams. Courtesy: Dickinson College, Cannon DesignDickinson College is excited about its Kline Athletic Center. The school has undertaken a multi-phased renovation and expansion of its existing athletic center that will accommodate increased student demand through the introduction of 29,000 sq ft of additional space for students and athletic teams. The building features a fitness center, workout studios, athletic offices, basketball arena, locker rooms and natatorium while also creating a five-court squash center, which will host varsity, club and intramural squash teams.

Dickinson Athletics is excited about the project and posted the below video a few days ago from the construction site. Their Instagram account is a must follow.



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