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Bristol Pool Renovation

Improvements include: new roof, lighting, pool gutter, water filtration, bulkhead, scoreboard, diving boards, and better accessibility. This project is expected to be completed in early 2023.

Root Hall Renovation

This comprehensive renovation and modernization will bring the offices for Africana Studies, Classics, Religious Studies, and Women and Gender Studies departments into a shared building. Renovation includes: geothermal well, abatement, underground utilities, and foundation and drainage work. This project is expected to be completed in Fall 2023.

Stormwater Management

Improvements include: construction of three stormwater detention basins to slow stormwater before entering Root Glen, and a reduction of peak water velocities which will assist with mitigating erosion in the Glen as well as help reduce flooding downstream. This project is expected to be completed in November 2022.

Landscape Master Plan

In 2019, Hamilton engaged Stimson, a landscape architecture studio, to research the unique historic character and legacy of the campus landscape in order to develop principles to guide future development. Following the project being paused due to COVID-19, Stimson will provide a framework for planning the next era of campus development and identify projects in early 2023.

Commitment to Campus Accessibility

Hamilton values accessibility as one of many forms of inclusivity and routinely makes accessibility improvements across campus, particularly with every major renovation. Additionally, the College has also committed to budgeting $500,000 each year for accessibility-related projects, beginning with the 2022-23 academic year. A few upcoming projects are highlighted below.

Focus on Sustainability

Hamilton is committed to meeting or exceeding best practices related to sustainability. As part of the College’s goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, it plans to invest in energy upgrades to campus buildings, manage parts of campus to increase carbon sequestration in its lands, and continue to study and implement additional opportunities for emission reductions.

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9 Miller Road

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