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University Communications sent out an email yesterday announcing major construction to the campus road network starting May 9. The changes, which will begin the day after graduation, are the third and final phase of construction detailed in the 2011 Campus Master Plan.
University of Richmond will begin construction for the Queally Center for Admissions and Career Services this Winter Break if funding is approved by the board of trustees, said Andrew McBride, associate vice president for facilities.
Construction on a new basketball court and sand volleyball court next to the Gateway Village Apartments will start any day now as a part of efforts made by the Richmond College Student Government Association and the Office of Recreation and Wellness.
The parking lot next to the Tyler Haynes Commons, which is usually reserved for faculty, staff and Student Activities vans, has closed to create space for construction.
The construction of two new residence projects to open in summer of 2014 will begin this month, including a new residence hall next to South Court and the new South Campus Apartments.
A new turf, costing approximately $500,000, has been installed in the Robins Stadium to promote safety.
The University of Richmond has invested more than $14 million in campus upgrades, including $2.5 million towards library improvements and $5 million in the construction of a new Student Activities Complex.
More than a year after approving the plans to build sorority cottages, construction is nearing completion and sorority presidents must decide how to best use the new space.
A new training room for sport-club athletes at the University of Richmond is under construction in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness and will be completed in April.
Students and staff participated in the first on-campus disc golf tournament after the course was completed last week as part of the green initiative at the University of Richmond.
The Board of Trustees approved $5 million for construction of a new student activities center, a courtyard and eight non-residential cottages to be completed in time for Homecoming next year during their Feb. 18 meeting.
A team of University of Richmond facilities staff, along with architects of BCWH Architects, built a small-scale replica of the E. Claiborne Robins Stadium out of cans and boxes of food, winning the award of Best Meal in the Canstruction Competition on Thursday, Oct.28.
With the opening of the E. Claiborne Robins Stadium around the corner, construction workers have been moving quickly toward finishing up new roadways and Queally Hall, the 37,000-square-foot addition to the Robins School of Business.
Three years ago, Carole Weinstein offered nine million dollars to build, in partnership with President Edward Ayers and the University of Richmond, an international center. Today, the Carole Weinstein International Center is near completion, with construction scheduled to end this month. The International Center will house the Office of International Education (OIE) as well as Passport Cafe, the newest eating facility on campus. Along with the OIE and the cafe, multiple interdisciplinary academic departments and seven classrooms will be located within the International Center as well.
Multiple construction projects on campus have changed where people can park, causing a lot of angst for faculty, staff, students and, believe it or not, Parking Services members. I spoke with Natalia Green, director of Parking Services, and Bill Rawluk, the senior parking enforcement specialist (we call him Mr. Bill), to get an idea of exactly how construction has changed parking.
Athletes, who have rigorous schedules, are complaining that parking regulations are stripping valuable time out of their days because construction projects have led parking services to change the rules.
Contact staff photographers Lily Ackerman, Leigh Donahue, Alex Donoho and Ivori Zvorsky.
Contractors have finished more than half of the Tyler Haynes Commons' $3.19 million renovation.
The Westhampton Center construction began first and will end first. It started after Thanksgiving and is projected to end in August or September 2009. The Robins Foundation granted $3 million of the $3.6 million center, and more than 200 supporters have closed the gap in gifts. The contractor is RVA Construction and Smith McClane Architects is the architect.
The renovation of the third floor of the Tyler Haynes Student Commons was delayed this summer because of permit problems, which pushed back the Career Development Center's planned move before the beginning of fall semester.