A former University of Tennessee at Chattanooga student has come full circle, as he now oversees renovations and updates to the on-campus housing where he once lived. Slade McGuire, a 2019 UTC construction management graduate, is currently the site superintendent of the Walker Apartments renovations. He is overseeing work that even includes the student apartment McGuire lived in as a UTC freshman.
With additive manufacturing—better known as 3D printing—projected to grow exponentially, so is the need for engineers who can use the technology to overcome barriers and solve problems. A new facility at UTC is expected to address that need. A groundbreaking ceremony for the Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Application Center took place on campus Monday, Feb. 13.
On Monday, Jan. 9, a grand opening ceremony was held to introduce The Aviary at Stacy Town Center—a community space designed to serve the social and academic needs of students residing in Decosimo, Guerry, Stophel, Walker and UC Foundation Apartments.
On Jan. 9, The Aviary at Stacy Town Center will be introduced. Located at the corner of East Eighth and University streets in front of the Decosimo Apartments, The Aviary is a student space conceptualized and designed by students in the UTC Interior Architecture and Design program.
A cadre of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga alumni, plus a soon-to-be graduate, are working and managing the $100-million Apison Road project as employees of Wright Brothers Construction Co.
The $13.9 million upgrading of the 65-year-old Hunter Hall is almost complete at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
The Wolford center will be approximately 37,500 square feet with 23,000 square feet of renovations to McKenzie Arena.
Renovations redesign and reinvigorate campus housing.
Some major renovations are happening inside Hunter Hall this summer.
Photos of both the academic work and social life that took place on the UTC campus in 2020.