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The North Campus Revitalization Project will create new, accessible ways of getting around campus, make needed improvements to infrastructure such as pipes and conduits, and add green space that will beautify the college.
Starting Monday, November 9, 2020, we are excited to begin mobilizing to start the next phase of the North Campus Revitalization improvements.
This work is similar to the work completed two years ago and includes replacing our aged water, sewer, and storm drainage systems. This phase of work will focus on the areas of the “spine” between the Albert Brown Building and Harrison Hall, but also includes the realignment of Residence Drive through lot A.
The project will:
- Create new pedestrian access through the core of campus from the high rises to Hartwell.
- Create new social gathering spaces around campus.
- Create new accessible entrances to all buildings on campus.
- Add new green-space, plantings, and a net 200 new trees to campus.
- Replace thousands of feet of old pipes, conduits and wiring on campus.
- Improve storm water management on campus by introducing bio-retention areas and porous pavement that controls run off.
- Introduce improved signage around campus.
- Offer improved LED dark-sky compliant lighting.
It is anticipated that it will take approximately two years to complete Phase II of this work. Temporary walkways and directional signage will be constructed to provide necessary pedestrian flow and building access.
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