Economic development in and around the City of Greensburg has exceeded $130 million over the past decade, spurred in large part by Seton Hill’s ongoing campus expansion. In addition to providing a modern, attractive new home for the University’s arts and dance programs, the Seton Hill Arts Center will also have significant impact on the local economy. Early projections indicate the Center will generate a net revenue exceeding $15 million over a five-year period. Seton Hill anticipates visitors to the new center will spend $1 million in the community each year on food, lodging, gifts and other items. The new Seton Hill Arts Center features include: sculpture, graphic design, metalsmithing, clay, photography, printmaking, drawing, painting, dance, art therapy and education studios, welding facilities, a foundry and the Harlan Gallery.
Clista supported all lighting and power needs for this new construction build. Fixtures selected led to the building becoming LEED Certified.