Saturday, December 3, 2022

Two Buildings At William & Mary’s Dillard Complex Being Demolished

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WILLIAMSBURG-Workers recently began the process of demolishing College of William & Mary’s Munford and Hughes Halls at the Dillard Complex on Ironbound Road.

Located two miles from the college’s main campus, the Dillard Complex includes the two buildings as well as other structures used as offices and storage facilities. The complex is near Plumeri Park, William & Mary’s baseball stadium.

The contractor Demolition Services Inc. is in charge of the project, which will cost $1.1 million. The demolition is expected to be completed in December.

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