Our Master Plan for Campus Expansion
The Academy’s Master Site Plan has several objectives:
- To construct new academic buildings, dormitories and support facilities.
- To build new student housing which will allow for 100 more students on campus, both during the school year and in summer programs.
- To provide new residential facilities to accommodate on-site housing of faculty and staff.
- To construct an academic building to create needed modern classroom facilities and the necessary academic space for new students.
To fulfill this vision, we must raise the necessary funds to put the plan into action. At present, the entire Master Plan is estimated to cost $75 million.
Given the magnitude of the Master Site Plan both in dollars and in the extensive construction and renovation work involved, the Academy identified the building of a new Sports Center Complex as its Phase I priority.
Building the Sports Center Complex has opened up Davis Hall to be used as an interim site, as other areas of the campus are upgraded.
Phase I Complete!
The ribbon was cut, and the new, state-of-the-art Duffield Sports Center was unveiled to the campus community on October 5, 2013, marking the completion of Phase I of the Academy’s Master Plan.
The new athletic complex features an 800-seat gymnasium, a synthetic turf field, a strength and conditioning center, a training room, meeting rooms, offices, and locker rooms for both Warrior athletes and visiting teams.
This immense project could not have been completed without the extraordinary generosity of the Army and Navy Academy community, including the Duffield family, and many other donors. The Academy is very fortunate to have Jim Callaghan and Frank Monteleone, Board members, who worked closely with John Dodge’s Architectural firm and monitored construction every step of the way.
With the city’s approval and support, the Academy will continue to move forward with the Master Site Plan to revamp our entire campus. This is a very exciting time at the Academy. Completion of the Master Plan will fuel another century of success for Army Navy cadets, fulfilling our mission to educate and develop good character in young men.