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Architect Allan Greenberg, one of the foremost classicists practicing in the U.S., designed the Newman Pavilion addition to the Miller Center for Public Affairs. The project included extensive millwork and high-end finishes.

PROJECT START:  November 1989
PROJECT SIZE:
20,920 SF
PROJECT DURATION:
13 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$1.8 million
CONTRACT TYPE:
Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER:
John D. (Jack) Horn
SUPERINTENDENT: 
Harold Shifflett
ESTIMATOR: 
Jack M. Horn
OWNER:
University of Virginia
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ONTACT:
Richard Dickman (retired)
ARCHITECT:
 Allan Greenberg Architects
CONTACT:
Doug Taylor

 

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Martin Horn COVID-19 Policy