Richard Stockton College New Jersey, NJ dormitory buildings architect, Pomona architecture photo

Richard Stockton College, NJ : Pomona Building

Skanska USA Building Development design by RMJM Hillier, United States of America

post updated Mar 28, 2021 ; Sep 16, 2008

Skanska Attends Ribbon Cutting at Richard Stockton College

Richard Stockton College New Jersey, USA
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Richard Stockton College New Jersey

PARSIPPANY, N.J., September 16, 2008 – Skanska USA Building Inc. announced that it attended a ribbon cutting ceremony at Richard Stockton College in Pomona, New Jersey. Skanska was the construction manager for a dormitory project. RMJM Hillier was the architect.

The $40 million project included six, three-story dormitory buildings that total 165,000 square feet that accommodates 390 students. Each building is 27,500 square feet and is constructed of wood with hardi-board siding.

There are also many green features including energy efficient lighting, rainwater retention structures, use of indigenous plant materials for low maintenance and water efficiency, geothermal well system (150 wells) for heating and cooling, construction waste management by recycling or salvage and use of low VOC emitting materials for interior construction.

“We are pleased to have completed this new higher education project in Pomona, NJ, and we look forward to continuing our relationship with the college and RMJM Hillier,” said Skanska’s Michael Kalafut, Vice President.

Richard Stockton College Linden image / information from Bruce Ross Associates Inc. 160908

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