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Ribbon cutting at NOVA-Loudoun

October 24, 2012 10:00 AM

On Oct. 24 at 10 a.m., state representatives, local officials and Northern Virginia Community College administrators will formally open the newest building at NOVA’s Loudoun Campus, the Learning Commons Building.

Expected speakers include Virginia Senator Dick Black, Senator Mark Herring, Delegate Joe T. May, Delegate David I. Ramadan, Delegate Tom Rust, Loudoun County Board Chairman Scott K. York, Loudoun County Supervisor Suzanne M. Volpe, Loudoun Chamber of Commerce President Tony Howard, Virginia Community College System Chancellor Glenn DuBois, NOVA Board Chairman David Miller, NOVA Board Member Mark Stavish, NOVA President Robert G. Templin Jr. and Loudoun Provost Julie Leidig.

Learning Commons Building Information
53,000 square feet
Library, cafeteria, game room, several quiet study rooms and open study space
Nine classrooms and 30 offices
Environmentally friendly features include low-VOC paint and adhesive, lighting controls in all rooms, permeable pavers for exterior walkways and nonpotable irrigation system (uses pond as water source)
Architect:  EYP Architecture & Engineering
Project management:  Gilbane Building Company

The campus is located at 1000 Harry Flood Byrd Highway in Sterling. To learn more, contact Jolie Perara at 703-450-2520 or jperara@nvcc.edu.