Several construction projects, including the re-roofing of a portion of Murray-Herrick Campus Center, will begin over the holiday break and extend through January Term.
The Murray-Herrick project will begin Dec. 29 and run until at least Jan. 9, weather permitting. Crews will put a new roof on the southern, flat portion of old Murray Hall. Equipment and dumpsters will be located in Lot G, and a path to the Murray loading dock will be maintained.
Other January Term projects include:
- Carpeting and painting in the reading room of Ireland Library.
- Carpeting, painting and ceiling work in Brady Educational Center.
- Renovation of 304 Murray, which was used for large meetings, receptions and dinners before the Anderson Student Center opened. ELS (English Language Services) will move from the Summit Avenue Classroom Building to 304 Murray at the end of the spring semester.
Renovation work continues on the building at 44 N. Cleveland Ave., the former home of the International Education Center. The Art History Department will move from the house at 2057 Portland Ave. to 44 N. Cleveland at the end of the spring semester. No decision has been made on who will occupy the Portland house.