UW Advises Some Disruptions Due to Construction Activities
April 15, 2013 — University of Wyoming officials advise pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists to be cautious of possible disruptions caused by increased construction activity on campus.
Mark Collins, UW interim vice president of administrative operations, says the volume of activity will increase significantly due to work on several major projects. This includes work that will start soon at Half Acre Gym and that is under way now at the Fine Arts Center; Enzi Stem Facility at Lewis and 10th streets; a new Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center at the intersection of Grand Avenue and 22nd Street; the Education Annex facility; and the Biological Sciences Building.
"We appreciate everyone's cooperation and patience as we move forward on these and other campus improvement efforts," Collins says.
Weekly updates on campus construction projects can be found at http://www.uwyo.edu/uw/news/ and scrolling to the campus construction update found under “This Week at UW.”
Students walk past a fenced-off zone near the UW College of Education. (UW Photo)