It would be most helpful to have a model for us to look at. Several years ago in my city, they built a transit center. The first time I went to park in the garage, I was rebuffed by the van poolers (3 vehicles) who assumed that their size guaranteed the right of way. There was ONLY ONE LANE in and out of the garage. OOPS! Big OOPS! Major OOPS!
The City Council, the Public Works Department, the architect and the builder all failed to realize that the opening was for one car only. Had we commuters been able to review the plans, we would have focused immediately on that error. (My father and my brother trained me to notice the smallest discrepancy so I know I would have question the sudden decrease in size.) We actually had to meet with the Mayor and City Council members to show them what it was like. They had noticed the issue at the opening ceremonies.
If we could see the model, someone would take note of any oddity.
I note the name is Malloy Center. As I recall, the building for the business school is, or was, Malloy Hall. If I am correct will that cause confusion. In any event an extremely generous family and our students are bright enough to recognize the difference.
Post by timowensrocks on May 14, 2017 11:22:07 GMT -8
I mention before I don't really get replacing seats and field turf as some big renovation. More like necessities that even high schools do. The basketball practice facility, yes that is progress. I love the enthusiasm by Stilwell comment but best in basketball? okay c'mon.