Work continues to move forward on the Diagnostic Medicine Center (DMC) on the South Campus, while Colorado State University is progressing on a number of new construction projects, eight of which are on the Main Campus.
At the DMC, the concrete structure is substantially complete. Contractors are installing the steel for the exterior skin, removing the lower floor bracing, and installing duct work. Walls for the necropsy room have been formed and poured, and boiler room walls have been completed with concrete block and insulated. The breezeway connection foundation, utility stubs, and slab on grade have been completed with the walls now under construction.
Main Campus construction projects have progressed at a slower pace than expected, but will cause temporary disruption in parking and limit access to various parts of campus. During the summer sessions in particular, students, faculty and staff are encouraged to consider alternative transportation options such as taking the bus, riding their bikes or carpooling to avoid parking frustrations.
Progress updates on construction projects and their impact on parking will be available at Today@ColoradoState, on the University's Facilities Management Web site at www.facilities.colostate.edu and on the Parking Services Web site at www.parking.colostate.edu. For regular updates on CVMBS construction projects, visit http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/cvmbs/southcampusconstruction.pdf.