Students, faculty and staff: please be aware of parking restrictions in construction areas around the Education Building. Randolph Drive is a two-way street and Kerbey Avenue is a one-way road on campus. Motorists who use those roads are asked to pay attention to the parking signs. The contractor is working diligently to expedite construction in those areas. Workers recently poured the concrete ramp that will connect Kerbey to Centennial Plaza.
Crews will enhance several sidewalks around and near the plaza the weekend of Sept. 20 to minimize the inconvenience to students, faculty and staff. The work will include the elimination of some ADA ramps on the sides of Benedict Hall and the Liberal Arts Building. Workers plan to finish the sidewalks outside the Union Dinner Theatre soon so the University can reclaim the area.
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