St. Albert Catholic University is headed for another victory at its key gymnasium.
The health club and adjoining space are staying upgraded as portion of a remodeling venture. The university will keep an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday so supporters can see the development that has been made.
The venture will open up up the gym lobby location to much better accommodate crowds, update services and increase accessibility, reported Paul Cox, a local contractor. Cox, whose kids graduated from St. Albert, is mainly serving as volunteer contractor for the undertaking.
“He’s been great,” St. Albert President Anne Rohling said.
Jake Driver, the school’s services director, labored with Cox to recognize some of the facility’s desires, she said.
The remodel will contain a new spirit keep, concession stand, athletic schooling room and restrooms, as perfectly as new flooring and lights, Cox reported.
“We’re truly, really proud of this task,” Rohling said. “It’s been a very long time coming, and we’re rather fired up about being equipped to increase and make it nicer for the college students,” as properly as patrons and visitors.
Staff have removed the women’s restroom and concession stand from the corner of the foyer to open up the area, Cox claimed. Home furnishings will be put in that spot. The trophy scenario that was in the centre of the lobby has been moved down the hall.