Cindi Sanders | May 25, 2016
The end of the academic year has ushered in several construction and renewal projects across the University.
From roof repairs to basement waterproofing and new construction to renovations, more than a dozen new work zones will pop up across campus. Most of the projects are scheduled to be complete by the start of the fall 2016 semester, according to Doug Schlagel, director of construction and quality assurance in Planning, Design and Construction Department.
“While there is lots of exciting growth and construction activity surrounding our major projects like the two new residence halls or the Campus Crossroads Project, it is also important to the University that we take the time to care for our existing buildings to ensure their longevity for generations of Notre Dame students to come,” said Schlagel.