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Animal Lab renovation.
LEWISBURG, Pa. — A host of campus construction projects are underway or planned for summer 2006.
Dennis Hawley, associate vice president for facilities, said a number of other minor projects also are underway that address programmed maintenance —roofs, walks, roads, locks, painting, and carpet replacements.
"We are also working on a long list of design, feasibility, and planning projects, all in the thinking and paper stages — no construction at the moment," he said. They include the Campus Master Plan, administrative office building, campus theater, Swartz Hall renovation, energy management, the Rt. 15 entrance project, central chiller plant expansion, and Dana HVAC replacement.
Specific summer projects include:
Renovation of three classrooms — supported by a grant from Air Products
Several minor lab hood improvements
Replacement of about one half of the roof
LC 217 surface-finish upgrade (wallpaper, carpet, and paint)
Samek Gallery Kress Collection room renovation
Minor upgrade to forum-carpet/seat upholstery
Partial roof replacement Animal Lab renovation.
Kenneth Langone Athletic & Recreation Center
Teaching and Learning Center creation
Several small renovations in Research Services, map room and equipment services areas
Gateway Residence Halls
Bucknell West Fields
7th Street House
Posted June 12, 2006