Members of the Renovations to Existing Academic Buildings (REAB) project team with UMass facilities will be investigating mechanical systems on the upper three floors of Wheatley and McCormack halls for two weeks beginning on Friday, preparing for renovations and upgrades.
Just two days before Arbor Day, the first batch of 274 trees began to arrive at UMass Boston for spring planting, part of the final landscaping work for the soon-to-opened University Drive South, a tree-lined, two-way street with wide sidewalks and bike lanes near the new Fox Point Dock.
Join the Construction Impact Awareness and Advisory Committee for a brown bag briefing Wednesday, April 26, at noon in the Campus Center, Ballroom A.
Visit the webcam page to watch the Residence Hall rise.
Construction beginning April 3 on the new roadway section in front of University Hall will close the waterfront entrance to University Hall and decrease existing road space available for buses for the next several weeks.
The upper level of the Campus Center garage will be closed starting Monday, March 13, through Friday, March 17, as utility crews install insulation as part of the UCRR project.
Work continues on two campus firsts—UMass Boston's 1,077-bed residence hall and a free-standing 1,400-space parking garage—and on the utility and roadway project.
The upper level of the Campus Center Garage will be closed starting Tuesday, December 27. It will reopen before the spring semester begins on Monday, January 23.
Construction will begin next Tuesday, December 27 on UMass Boston’s first free-standing parking garage with test pile driving taking place through January 6, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Tuesday through Friday.
The UMass Boston section of the HarborWalk will close on weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for approximately two weeks, beginning on Thursday, December 1 and ending Friday, December 16.