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Campus Construction Updates – 12/21

For your safety: please stay out of the construction zones

 Allow extra travel time!

We are reaching the home stretch for the majority of the Quad work to be completed! Please see the scheduled closures/openings below: 

Route Changes:

The area between Spencer and Dixon will be closed for paving from 12-20-11 through 12-23-11 (Pink).

The walkway behind Truth to Welcome Bridge and Quad will be closed from 12-23-11 through 01-10-12. (Brown).

The area between Carter Grant Wilson and Truth will reopen on 01-03-12 (Dark Blue).

The walks between Holmes and Jenkins and Welcome Bridge to Tubman/Holmes Hall will reopen fully paved on 01-01-12 (Red Dashes).

The area between Jenkins and Truth/Carter Grant Wilson will be the last area to reopen at the end of January, 01-31-11 (Black Dashes).

All above work is weather dependent.

Have a Wonderful Holiday

Uncompleted work schedule:

Hand rails (March/April) or sooner if weather permits

Planting of oak trees (March/April)

Sprinkler operation (April)

Please refer to the map below for opened routes.

For your SAFETY, PLEASE utilize the routes marked in RED.

Alternate routes to buildings are from the service roads and public streets.

The map below also identifies accessible entrances to the buildings. If you have special needs and require access, please contact Dr. Denicia Fowler at 443-885-3946 or

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me. I can be reached at 443-885-4370 or by e-mail at If I am unavailable, you may also contact Mohammad Saleem, Project Manager for the Academic Quad, at 410-868-3862 or by e-mail at

Thank you for your patience and continued cooperation as we work through this complicated but exciting project.

As with all construction, and particularly this Quad construction, please pay attention to where you are going/walking, and allow for extra travel time. PLEASE BE ALERT IN YOUR TRAVELS. 

We will continue to keep you posted as the conditions change impacting your travels.


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