The ongoing work to upgrade the University’s underground utilities will shift to the north area of campus near the Education Building, Graham Hall and Vowell Hall beginning Monday, April 21. Construction in this area, which includes replacing cold and hot water hydronic lines, will last through June 20 and cause a minor disruption of pedestrian and vehicular traffic in the area.
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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