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Construction on Campus

Below is an image gallery showcasing the construction in progress on Livingston Campus.

Lea P. Stewart, Campus Dean, and Josh Slavin, President of the Livingston Campus Council, at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Livingston Solar Energy Project.
Lea P. Stewart, Campus Dean, and Josh Slavin, President of the Livingston Campus Council, at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Livingston Solar Energy Project. For more information click here.

Livingston Campus' prominent sculpture, "Education is an Open Book," is temporarily moved in preparation for the expansion of the Livingston Campus Center. The sculpture will be relocated next to the library once construction is done.
Livingston Campus' prominent sculpture, "Education is an Open Book," is temporarily moved in preparation for the expansion of the Livingston Campus Center. The sculpture will be relocated next to the library once construction is done.

Temporary closing of sidewalks will allow the construction of an attractive path from the Livingston Student Center to Tillett Circle.
Temporary closing of sidewalks will allow the construction of an attractive path from the Livingston Student Center to Tillett Circle.

Lucy Stone's two lecture halls getting a complete make over.
Lucy Stone's two lecture halls getting a complete make over.

Lynton Towers getting a facelift.
Lynton Towers getting a facelift.

High temperature water lines get installed to provide for current and future needs of the campus.
High temperature water lines get installed to provide for current and future needs of the campus.

High temperature water lines get installed to provide for current and future needs of the campus.
High temperature water lines get installed to provide for current and future needs of the campus.

Tillett Circle is undergoing major renovation that will include enhanced seating, landscaping, and a water feature. This project is scheduled to be completed in December 2008.
Tillett Circle is undergoing major renovation that will include enhanced seating, landscaping, and a water feature. This project is scheduled to be completed in December 2008.

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