Children in need of medical care will soon have access to a larger, full-service, state-of-the-art facility right here in Southwest Florida. Many children have to travel to Tampa or Miami to receive the specialized treatment they need, but once completed, this new facility will offer some relief and alleviate some of the travel stress burdening these families.
Florida Gulf Coast University’s newest residential housing at South Village, Eagle Hall, will open for student living this fall. South Village is home to the First Year Residential Experience (FYRE) Program, designed to help first-time college students have a successful transition to college life. This six-story hall will offer three-bedroom single suites with kitchenettes, a common living area, and shared bathroom. The hall was designed with the FYRE Program in mind to help students succeed academically by getting involved in campus life and their community.
As the civil engineer, it’s rewarding watching these buildings go from a black and white design on a piece of paper, to a constructed home for the next generation of leaders in our area.For more information, contact Dana Hume, P.E. at [email protected].