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Robert and Virginia Foster Fitness Center
Classroom/General Use



Sq. Ft.



Robert Veasey


The structure initially opened in 1981 as the 15,000-square-foot Robert P. Foster Aquatic Center. In 2015, the building was transformed and expanded into a state-of-the-art fitness center, consisting of 19,490 square feet of open floor space to accommodate cardio and weight lifting machines, a human performance lab and classroom space.

The facility houses a group exercise room and a 2,300-square-foot mezzanine with cardio equipment and windows that provide natural lighting in the facility. It also includes new locker rooms and an enclosed walkway connecting Northwest’s existing Student Recreation Center for added convenience. Energy usage is greatly reduced in the new space with all new mechanical and electrical systems as well as LED lighting.

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