The University expects to reopen the east entrance to the Administration Building Monday, July 28. It signals the beginning of the completion of the work at the corner of Hawthorne Street and University Avenue. More of the intersection will be open to the public later in the week. Aboveground work continues on the new sidewalks and pathways along University Avenue in front of Leech Grove, the Peter and Margaret de Wetter Center, and the Administration Building.
Crews have poured the first of three concrete foundations at the planned student housing complex located on the north end of campus near the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. During the next week, workers will begin to erect the building’s wood frame, continue to set underground utility lines for the next building and enhance the access road to the job site.
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