West Virginia University is constructing a $100 million facility for the John Chambers College of Business and Economics in Morgantown. Designed to reflect the modern workplace environment, Reynolds Hall will feature technology-enabled classrooms and labs for team-based experiential learning. The collaborative facility will include a shared atrium, venues for large gatherings and events, faculty and staff offices, a fitness center, and entrepreneurial zones for business incubation and acceleration. The 180,000-sf structure will also house the Robbins Center for Global Business Strategy, the Center for Executive Education, the Center for Career Development, and the Academic Engagement Success Center. Site work, including demolition of the existing Stansbury Hall, began in fall of 2019 and completion is expected in June of 2022.