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All posts tagged "construction"
- SAC renovation will not remove the ramp
By Shelby Brown– In a change from original construction plans, the SAC ramp will not be removed, saving upwards of $800,000. In Tuesday’s SGA Senate meeting, Director of Student Involvement Tim Moore said chill water and steam lines run...
- Posted April 12, 2017
- Brief: Classes canceled due to power outage
By Brooke Moody– All classes were canceled Thursday evening due to power outage across campus resulting from construction on the new academic building. “A contractor working on the new academic building inadvertently severed the power lines. No one was injured...
- Posted February 2, 2017
- University breaks ground on academic building
By Kyeland Jackson — U of L prepared to welcome its newest construction project Monday. U of L officials celebrated the groundbreaking of the $80 million academic building, a project geared towards undergraduates. Acting President Neville Pinto, SGA President...
- Posted October 17, 2016
- Construction transforms U of L’s campus
By Andrew Hebert– The University of Louisville held a groundbreaking event for the Student Activities Center renovations on Aug. 31. The construction will take nearly two years and cost more than $40 million, but is just one...
- Posted September 7, 2016
- Administration worries more about expansion than student needs
By Ryan Hiles Construction is a word we don’t often think about on any kind of deep level. It’s used ubiquitously as a blanket term for any project in which we see jackhammers, orange cones and traffic....
- Posted August 26, 2015
- Construction delays make Ekstrom renovations overdue
As students return to campus, dust and noise will still be in the air at Ekstrom Library, which is currently undergoing first floor renovations. The renovations, which are the first changes to the first floor since 1981,...
- Posted August 19, 2015
- Are summer classes worth the hassle?
By Annie Moore — Students enrolled in summer courses have faced many obstacles this term, leaving some feeling that getting a leg up isn’t worth the hassle. Construction has taken over the Belknap campus, making it much more...
- Posted August 4, 2015
- PHOTO: New ramp connects campus to Third Street
After being under construction for most of the school year, a new ramp allows for easier driving access from the Belknap campus to Third Street. In the future, it will connect to the Belknap Research Park. ...
- Posted June 10, 2015
- East End Crawls as Construction Comes Up
Cars and pedestrians beware. Campus’ East entrance is getting a facelift at the expense of road congestion. On Jan. 22, construction began on Brook Street as part of a new project to hide utility wiring underneath the...
- Posted January 23, 2015
- PHOTOS: Iconic silos fully demolished
Photos by Laurel Slaughter / The Louisville Cardinal
- Posted September 14, 2014