Contractors recently returned additional parking spaces in the P-4 lots that had been set aside during the project’s earlier stages. The University is using about 80 percent of the lot. Crews are looking at ways to limit the inconveniences and accelerate the remaining project phases such as the removal of the Yandell bridge and the completion of the connecting ramp between Paisano Drive and Schuster Avenue.
Contractors are finishing the pouring of the slab foundation for the second residential housing unit and soon will start work on the base of the commons building. University leaders also are using this time to inspect and approve manufactured components (shop drawings) such as doors, cabinet work, lighting fixtures, and water faucets that will be used throughout the complex.
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