A new roadway between the Massachusetts Archives and University Hall will open Monday, August 14. The new roadway is expected to be in place through December.
Eight months after the official groundbreaking, the University of Massachusetts Boston marked a milestone in the construction phase of its first residence hall today with a topping-off ceremony.
Parking Lot D will be reduced by 66 spaces beginning on Friday, June 30. The upper level of the Campus Center parking garage will close Wednesday, July 5 through Friday, July 7. The MBTA bus stop has temporarily moved from Wheatley Hall to the current Campus Center shuttle bus stop.
The Clark Lot will close permanently on Monday, June 26. Handicapped parking spaces will be available in the Beacons Lot, at the Campus Center Garage and at the Bayside Lot near the bus shelter.
University Drive South, the roadway that travels from Morrissey and Bianculli boulevards around campus by the water, is opening to two-way traffic on Monday, June 5.
Crews are preparing to open University Drive South along Savin Hill Cove. Two-way traffic with sidewalks and bike lanes will be open as early as next Monday, June 5.
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.