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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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La Salle University, School of Business Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:87,000 Square Feet
  • Total Cost:$30 Million
  • Completion Date:January 2016

Construction was recently completed on the new School of Business at La Salle University’s urban Philadelphia campus that was built by Daniel J. Keating Company. Kimmel Bogrette worked with La Salle administrators, board members and Business School faculty to design a landmark facility with learning spaces that encourage diversity and become vehicles for innovative, experiential learning, both inside and outside the classroom. William Sautter, chair of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, said, “This is one of the most significant projects that La Salle has undertaken in its 151-year history. This facility will ensure that future generations of business students have access to a world-class learning environment that will equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the global economy and make significant contributions to their communities.” The new building will enhance La Salle’s “brand,” and function as a Gateway into campus with its “Masthead” acting as a “Beacon to Business” for the campus, the city and the nation.

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