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Roger Williams University students enrolled in the Architecture and Construction Management programs used new building mapping technology to recommend a rethinking of the Quinta-Gamilin building in Bristol. The building was originally used by the Army Reserve, but is now being turned into a recreation center. Students designed new programatic designs for the building and generated a cost- analysis of the potential designs.


The new facility will add meeting space for many of community organizations and sport leagues as well as people interested in renting the gymnasium and meeting rooms. Last year our community center gymnasium was given out 192 times on an average of two hours each, our meeting room was given out 68 times. Similar towns rent these facilities at approximately $15.00 an hour.