Contractors are preparing the land around Centennial Plaza for additional projects – big and small – scheduled during winter break.
Contractors continue to set up approximately 100 light poles around the Centennial Plaza area and will give the area a pleasant glow sometime after the Thanksgiving break.
Crews have repaved and repainted the segment of Randolph Drive that is bounded by the Education and Union buildings, Heritage House and Graham and Vowell halls.
The ADA parking spaces on Kerbey Avenue near the Union buildings are finished.
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.
In 2011, the University unveiled a new master plan that incorporated parts of the Mission '73 vision for a Campus Transformation proposal.
New trees will start being planted around Centennial Plaza.
Students, faculty and staff: please be aware of parking restrictions in construction areas around the Education Building. Randolph Drive is a two-way street and Kerbey Avenue is a one-way road on campus.
Crews will enhance several sidewalks around and near the plaza the weekend of Sept. 20 to minimize the inconvenience to students, faculty and staff.
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.