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November Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

This academic semester has presented our campus unprecedented challenges, but the hard work of our students, faculty and staff has once again shown the tremendous perseverance of our community. As the semester wraps up, we can all be proud of how we came together. Continue Reading

August Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

At the start of this new academic year, I’m pleased to see our campus come back to life, reopening for residential instruction, and very proud of my colleagues across campus and their hard work to get our university to this point.

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July Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

Summer is typically a very busy time of year for construction and renovation projects across campus. Although all new capital projects are currently on hold, Campus Planning, Design and Construction continues to move ahead on projects already underway; those deemed mission-critical to the academic priorities of the University; or projects that include regulatory, compliance and/or safety components. Continue Reading

April Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

Even though these are challenging times, the determination and spirit we have as a University remain, evident in the resolve and hard work of our students, faculty and staff. That’s why our teams within Campus Planning, Design and Construction continue to enhance, renovate and maintain our university’s buildings and facilities. It will be more important than ever that our campus remains an inspiring beacon when we all return to campus.

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February Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

The winter weather hasn’t slowed the progress on several campus projects, including the renovation of the Schine Student Center and the Stadium Roof Project. We also have projects underway that are increasing safety for students, including new residence hall security cameras and improved lighting around Brewster, Boland and Brockway Halls. Although some final work is still in progress at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello Building, home to the National Veterans Resource Center, University staff and students have moved into the new facility.

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Campus Transformation Continues: Prioritizing Academics, Research and the Student Experience

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

Our campus is undergoing a tremendous transformation involving new construction and renovation as we continue to bring to life many of the components of the Campus Framework. These physical changes in the campus environment support the Academic Strategic Plan by prioritizing space in the heart of campus for academics and student-focused departments, programs, resources and services.

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January Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

With the semester underway, it’s exciting to share some news about an important project to our campus. The Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello Building, home to the National Veterans Resource Center, has been in its final stages of construction, and move-in activities have started. We look forward to the building dedication on April 17. Other large projects—including the Schine Student Center renovation and the Stadium roof project—also continue to make great progress, even in the winter.

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December Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

As the semester wraps up, I hope everyone has an enjoyable and restful holiday season and winter break. Campus Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) will continue working on several projects during winter break to meet construction deadlines. Many of these projects are improving student spaces for living and in support of student activities, all while expanding access.

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October Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

Even with the colder weather returning, Campus Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) continues to make great strides on several large-scale and smaller campus projects. These projects are enhancing the student experience and our campus in a variety of ways. It’s exciting to note that the National Veterans Resource Center is almost complete, with the project on schedule for a January 2020 opening. We’re looking forward to celebrating its spring grand opening with the campus community, especially with our veterans, military-connected students and their families.
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September Construction Update

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

This month was an especially exciting time for Syracuse University, with the campus celebration of the Barnes Center at The Arch. I hope students are enjoying this new complex of health and wellness, and that the entire campus community takes advantage of such a wonderful facility. Into the fall, we continue with many other projects that are helping shape the future of the University.

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