UTEP is upgrading the infrastructure across campus as part of our Campus Transformation. During UTEP’s spring break scheduled for March 10-14, contractors will begin replacing the hot and cold hydronic lines, which control the cooling and heating systems, in several buildings across campus.
The following buildings will be impacted: Academic Advising Center, Administration Building, Bioscience Research Building, Education Building, Fox Fine Arts Center, Geological Sciences Building, Graham Hall, Holliday Hall, Magoffin Auditorium, Old Main, Physical Sciences Building, Prospect Hall, Psychology Building, Quinn Hall, Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts/Seamon Hall, Union Complex and Vowell Hall.
The centerpiece of the Campus Transformation plan is Centennial Plaza, a large open area at the heart of the campus that will be bordered by shade trees and a 20-foot wide walking path for strolling, socializing and relaxing. Learn more »
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Learn more about how the projects will affect the campus core.Learn more »
An image of Paydirt Pete as a construction worker will be an icon used to help people identify the campus transformation construction work. Watch for him across campus.×
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