As reported in the summer edition of CoxToday, SMU broke ground for the Cox School’s $140 million Renovation and Expansion Project in May. Construction work on the David B. Miller Business Quadrangle — the principal name for the Cox School’s renovated and expanded facilities — began days later.
SMU’s Office of Facilities Planning and Management reports that work is progressing on schedule. The completion date is targeted for May 2024, with a goal of being ready for the first classes to be held in the new building in August 2024. The building project is part of SMU Ignited: Boldly Shaping Tomorrow, the University’s $1.5 billion campaign for impact. The two-year project will expand the Cox School’s footprint by more than 30%, with the construction of four new buildings connecting the existing facilities and creating a cohesive space that supports collaboration for students and faculty in the Cox School, across campus and with the Dallas business community.
Bellow, take a close-up look at how work on the Miller Business Quadrangle is coming along so far.
As of press time, Cox Development Director Ashley Pitts indicated that fundraising for the building enhancement project is just over 80% complete. Additional naming opportunities within the building are still available. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.