Demolition is now taking place in front of the Haslam Business Building and Stokely Management Center.
Portions of the east end of Volunteer Boulevard will be blocked next week as part of the Volunteer Boulevard streetscape project.
With spring commencement ceremonies concluded, the pace is picking up on construction and road projects across campus.
Several areas of campus will be affected by lane restrictions and road closures this summer as utility infrastructure work takes place before the start of classes in the fall.
A one-block section of Lake Avenue between 18th Street and 19th Street will close April 23 to vehicle and pedestrian traffic, and will reopen in mid-May.
Visible progress continues this spring on several construction and beautification projects, including the second phase of the Student Union and a new classroom and laboratory building.
Students, staff, and current and retired faculty, along with friends of the university, gathered Friday to celebrate the official opening of Strong Hall, UT’s newest state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory building.
All lanes of eastbound Volunteer Boulevard between Pat Head Summitt Street and Lake Loudoun Boulevard will be closed from 6 a.m. to noon Friday for paving.
The campus community is invited to celebrate the official opening of Strong Hall at 3 p.m. Friday, September 8, in the Strong Hall Atrium, 1621 Cumberland Avenue.
UT’s innovative Strong Hall, the university’s first general classroom and lab building in many years, is among several new additions and upgrades awaiting the campus community for the new academic year. The building opened for summer classes in June.
With good weather and fewer people on campus, summer provides the perfect time for UT to tackle campus road projects, and this year is no exception. Almost half of Volunteer Boulevard, which runs through the heart of the campus, will be impacted this summer.
Faculty and staff have begun moving into the new Strong Hall, a state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory building. The facility’s innovative design has already piqued the interest of universities around the country.