A special beam signing ceremony was held at the Diagnostic Medicine Center on Sept. 15, to celebrate the placement of the building’s final beam. The beam, with flag attached, is now in place and work continues to move forward on the center.
In other construction news, the entrance to the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital and the adjacent parking is closed through Nov. 28 for redesign and resurfacing. The appointment and emergency entrance to the hospital is temporarily located on Bay Farm Road, east of the VTH, which can be accessed off Drake Road between the power substation and railroad tracks. The entrance also can be accessed from Redwing Road. A map of the rerouted entrance is available at http://csuvets.colostate.edu/parking.htm.
The hospital's 24-hour emergency veterinary services are operating as normal, as are regular appointments. More information and detailed directions are available by calling the hospital at 970-221-4535.
Progress updates on CSU construction projects are 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.