FAQ

  1. What will happen to the Miller Center once Phase II is completed and the fitness machines & weight lifting stations are relocated in the Sutton Center?
    • Answer: The first floor of the Miller Center will go over to the Athletic Department who will then transform it into a new Sports Medicine unit.
  2. Will there be locker rooms in the new Sutton Center?
    • Answer: Yes. There will be two sets of locker rooms in the new facility. Two locker rooms will be in Phase II next to the Fitness Spaces on the second floor and the other will be on the first floor next to the swimming pool.
  3. What are they going to do with all of the brick, concrete, steel and debris that is being removed from the construction site?
    • Answer: Everything that is being removed from the site is being sent to a recycling plant giving options for use.
  4. Is the Reynolds Gymnasium Renovation and Transformation Project going to be a LEED Certified Building?
    • Answer: Yes. Our goal is for all three phases to receive at least a Silver LEED Building Certification.
  5. What square footage of fitness did we used to have in the old Miller Fitness Center and then what will we have once the project is completed?
    • Answer: The first floor of the Miller Center has around 5,600 square feet of fitness space. The new facility will have will over 18,000 square feet of fitness space.
  6. Is there going to be a whirlpool in the new facility?
    • Answer: Yes. There is going to be a whirlpool/hot tub in the facility with a seating capacity of 14. The whirlpool outer edges will mirror the edges of the university crest.
  7. Will there be neighborhoods in the facility where I can work out or will it be one giant space?
    • Answer: Yes. There will be a total of five fitness neighborhoods appealing to a variety of workout interests.
  8. When will the pool be back on line?
    • Answer: Since the pool is a part of Phase III (the final phase), it will not be back on line until March of 2018.
  9. How big will the pool be?
    • Answer: The pool will be eight lanes wide with a deep end. It will also have a bubble bench and a detached whirlpool.
  10. Is there going to be an area for bouldering and climbing?
    • Answer: Yes. We used to have 1200 square feet of climbing space. Now we will have approximately 5,000 square feet with multiple route setting capabilities
  11. Will the facility be handicapped accessible?
    • Answer: Yes. There will be ramps, elevators, flexible entry fitness equipment, wayfinding for visually impaired as well as lifts for the pool area.
  12. What programs are going to be housed in the new facility?
    • Answer: All Campus Recreation programs, The Office of Wellbeing, Student Health Center and Varsity Volleyball Contest Site & Lockerroom