Stephenville Campus Construction Update
O.A. Grant Building
Starting Monday, June 16, 2014, Randall Scott Architects will coordinate the delivery and placement of furniture into the new section of the O. A. Grant Building. In an effort to simplify the delivery and unloading process, the east half of parking lot P30 and all of parking lot P12 will be blocked off. Throughout the next two weeks, these lots will be occupied by semis, vans and pickups delivering the furniture and workers involved in this phase of the renovation. Please use extra caution driving in this area.
Nine handicap parking spots will be relocated to Parking Lot P16 along Lillian street across from the Wells Fine Arts Center. Temporary handicap parking signs have been ordered and will be in place as soon as possible.
University police will position barricades designating these temporary parking changes on Saturday, June 14. The scheduled end date for this phase is Friday, June 27.
New Residence Hall
Balfour Beatty closed down a section of Shirley street from Lillian street north to the proposed entrance to Legacy Hall on Wednesday, June 11. Workers with Tri Dal, Meirohoffer, and Northland are installing cable and conduit underground. This construction phase of the new residence hall will continue through July 10.
Starting Monday, Balfour Beatty will start installing the fiber optics in the Student Center. The work is scheduled to last approximately two weeks.
Summer Campers on Stephenville Campus
Tarleton Conference Services Office asks all Tarleton personnel to please be mindful of the construction issues as well as an influx of young people on the Stephenville campus for the week of Monday, June 16 through 20, 2014.
An estimated 1200 summer campers from six overnight camps and two day camps will occupy the following residence halls: Bender, Ferguson, Centennial, Legacy and Legends. Camps starting next week include Physics, Cheer, 4-H Roping, Farm Bureau, and Athletics.
As always, we appreciate your cooperation.
Assistant Vice President – External Relations