Project Schedule: May 10th - August 17th, 2015
Alumni Drive is a thoroughfare on the south side of campus, providing access to the Arboretum, Commonwealth Stadium and other athletic facilities, several parking lots and two residential complexes. The roadway is being reconstructed and will include several new features to move traffic more safely and efficiently, including roundabouts, bicycle lanes, and a multi-use trail. During construction, Alumni Drive will be closed to through traffic from Nicholasville Road to Tates Creek Road; however, local access will be maintained to all facilities along Alumni Drive. The road will re-open in time for student move-in on August 17, 2015. Any questions and concerns may be directed to Keith Ingram at email@example.com or 859-218-1017.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=15
Limestone Park I and II
Project Schedule: Through – Fall 2016
Boyd, Holmes, Jewell, and Keeneland Halls and also the Hamilton House were demolished to provide space for the $83.9 million investment of Limestone Park I and II. These new residence halls are a result of a partnership with EdR and will provide an additional 1,141 beds for UK students as well as 25 active learning rooms.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=21
Project Schedule: Through-Aug 2015
A new dining facility, “The 90”, will open in the fall of 2015. This 1,000 seat facility will include Kentucky Proud products, sustainable design elements, and retail venues. It will also be the home to a Living and Learning support spaces including classrooms and faculty/staff offices. It will also be the home to the Food Connection, the new institute funded with a $5 million investment from Aramark to promote the study of Kentucky food in partnership with the College of Food, Agriculture and Environment.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=17
Project Schedule: May 11th - 29th, 2015
Complex Drive will be closed from University Drive to Sports Center Drive from Monday, May 11 through Friday, May 29. The closure is due to water line work in the area; a portion of Complex Drive, from University Drive to the Johnson Center Loop, will be under construction.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=18
Project Schedule: Through - Before 2015 Football Season
On the outside, the stadium will sport a new decorative exterior and there will be new landscaping around the stadium and parking areas. Inside the facility, the stadium concourses will be widened, making it easier for fans to get to their seats and other destinations. New restrooms and concession stands will be constructed, enhancing the comfort and convenience for all in attendance.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=5
Carol Martin Gatton College of Business and Economics
Project Schedule: Through - May 2016
The existing four story facility was originally built in 1963. In 1991, a three story classroom wing was added. The original building primarily houses office and administrative space while the 1991 addition houses nearly all the teaching/classroom space. The facility has been well maintained but as with most facilities of its age, some of the basic mechanical and electrical components have reached the end of their useful lives.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=3
Academic Science Building
Project Schedule: Through - Aug 2016
The current science building, the Chemistry-Physics building, was constructed in 1963, and is one of the largest and most heavily utilized buildings (2nd highest usage) on the UK campus. The facility serves all undergraduate students wherein they fulfill their basic science (both classrooms and laboratory) requirements. Undergraduate and graduate students spend a significant amount of time in the facility learning the areas of biology, chemistry and physics and conducting research. The new 263,000-square-foot Academic Science Building will be equipped with modern and technology-rich classroom and laboratory space. It is being constructed on the site where Donovan Residence Hall currently sites.
Utility upgrades and construction of the new Academic Science Building will require portions of Washington Avenue and Rose Street to close for an extended period of time. Construction impact will begin in mid-June and extend through the 2014-2015 academic year with impacts concluding by Fall 2015.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=1
University Lofts / UK School of Art and Visual Studies
Project Schedule: Through - 2015
Interior demolition is complete and renovations are underway at University Lofts, the future home of the University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies in the UK College of Fine Arts.
Link directly to this project: http://construction.uky.edu/projects.aspx?ProjID=4