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  1. Lot D Closed for One Week Only
    Parking Lot D will be closed starting Monday, January 20. It will reopen on the first day of the semester, Monday, January 27.
  2. Steel Rising on General Academic Building No. 1
    A crane arrived on the UMass Boston campus this week to start erecting steel columns and beams on the General Academic Building No. 1 site.
  3. Campus Center Garage Closes for Summer on June 3
    The Campus Center garage will close for the summer on June 3 in order for General Academic Building No. 1 crews to build a retaining wall between the garage and the site.
  4. GAB. No. 1 Pile Driving to Resume
    The first of nearly 260 steel piles is scheduled to be driven into the ground on Thursday to support the foundation of the future General Academic Building No. 1.
  5. Test Pile Driving Begins for New Building
    Ten test piles will be driven into the ground at the General Academic Building No. 1 (GAB No. 1) construction site starting April 3.
  6. Ground Broken, Construction Underway on General Academic Building No. 1
    One week after UMass Boston hosted a groundbreaking for General Academic Building No. 1 (GAB No. 1), construction is well underway.
  7. UMass Boston Breaks Ground on $113 Million General Academic Building No. 1
    University’s Second New Academic Building Expected to Open in 2015
  8. GAB No.1 Construction Site at Former North Lot
    GAB No.1 construction site replaces the former North Lot, and UMass Boston Bayside opens as a full service lot.
  9. UMass Boston Bayside Lot Opens For Full-Time Weekday Parking
    Free shuttles will run from the UMass Boston Bayside Lot, located at 200 Mt. Vernon St., weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  10. North Lot Closing for General Academic Building No. 1 Construction
    The North Parking Lot, adjacent to the Campus Center, will close permanently prior to the beginning of spring semester on January 28, 2013, to prepare for construction of General Academic Building No. 1.
  11. New Transportation Services Coming and Construction Happenings
    As UMass Boston students settle in for the start of the fall semester, they will notice some of the exciting changes going on around campus.