Workers almost have completed the concrete seats and curbs and will begin to add soil to the bottom of the planned Geology Lawn in preparation for planting the grass.
Construction crews are waiting for dry conditions before cleaning the Lhakhang.
Three Bhutanese artisans and architect will continue to touch up the interior and exterior of the Lhakhang into the beginning of the week of Sept. 1.
The University honored 86 people, programs, organizations and institutions during a trio of events Sept. 30.
Crews will continue to paint the metal shade structures in front of the Psychology Building as others finish the nearby retaining walls and seating areas.
The University of Texas at El Paso first adopted its unique Bhutanese architecture in campus buildings completed in 1917. It wasn't until a half-century later that the university's bond with the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan began to evolve into the strong and mutually beneficial partnership that today benefits students and the El Paso community.
Workers are focused on finishing the walkways in front of the Liberal Arts, Administration, Peter and Margaret de Wetter, and Geological Sciences buildings and Leech Grove before the start of the school year. The boulder walls next to Union Building
Over the past century, UTEP and the El Paso community have been closely connected. So we are extremely honored that our friends in the community are joining our Centennial Celebration. Contact the Centennial Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how
Mountains, desert, and Bhutanese-inspired architecture make UTEP’s campus one of the most strikingly beautiful in the world.
Today is Day 26 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. One of the lasting legacies of UTEP’s Centennial is the transformation of the central part of campus into a pedestrian-friendly public space. The Centennial Plaza is inspired by the