Construction projects for the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences have been moving forward at a rapid pace, taking advantage of good fall weather.
On the Main Campus, construction and renovation of the Office of the Dean in the Anatomy/Zoology Building is on track. Footings have been poured for the expansion and much of the noisier work is being done in off hours as not to intrude on classroom, office and laboratory activities.
On the South Campus, work is nearing completion on the parking lots located west of the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH). A groundbreaking is now scheduled for Dec. 7 for the new Diagnostic Medicine Center (DMC), located north of the VTH and funded by the State of Colorado. The large pile of dirt from the west parking lot project will be used as backfill for the DMC.