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The new volleyball facility is coming along great! This 30,000 square foot facility will have seating capacity for 1,400 and will include 4 practice courts, weight training and locker rooms, offices, and a club suite.
Ladies and gentlemen! Homecoming week is upon us and our maintenance guys are doing a great job improving Jayne Stadium for this upcoming weekend! We are all anticipating an exciting Saturday afternoon of MSU Football!
Welcome inside of the Derrickson Agriculture Complex's new residence hall. Each of the 4 individual units in the structure will house 6 students and will include 3 double bedrooms with full size beds, 3 full bathrooms, washer and dryer accessibility, and a kitchen combined with a living quarters.
of the East Parking structure and Dining Hall is officially underway.
Low impact blasting to excavate the site will begin on Thursday, Sept. 10,
2015, and will continue for 6 to 7 weeks.Two low impact blasts
will take place daily between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.; one will occur in the
morning and the other in the afternoon. Three signals in the form of
sirens will go off for each blast. The first is a warning signal which
will be a one minute series of long sounds occurring 5 minutes prior to
the blast. The second is a blast signal which is a series of short
sounds occurring 1 minute prior to the blast, and the last is an “all
clear” signal which is a prolonged sound following inspection of the
blast area. The blasts are extremely low impact and should be barely
noticeable. The existing areas adjacent to the blasting site were
thoroughly surveyed and no damage, cracking, or settling is anticipated
during this operation. Apart from the warning sirens, noise should be
minimal. Additionally, Blasting Zone Signs will be strategically placed
at the following locations: Earle Clements Lane @ Eagle Lake Apartments,
Recreation and Wellness Center, Alumni Tower, the intersection of Earle Clements and Battson-Oates Drive, and the corner intersection of Battson-Oates Drive and University Boulevard.There will be 150 to 200
truckloads carrying rock and dirt from the site every day over this time
period. For every blast, traffic along Earle Clements Lane will be
stopped for 5 minutes before and 5 minutes after each blast. There will
be police and/ or construction personnel at the intersection of Battson-Oates and University Drive to control pedestrian traffic when dump
trucks are running. In order to minimize impact,
blasts are trying to be scheduled to avoid high pedestrian traffic periods on the boulevard.
During Wednesday, August 26th, 2015, beginning at 7:00am, portions of the parking lot behind the west side of Lappin Hall, in front of Lloyd-Cassity, will be closed to parking all day. Geo-Tech Survey will be doing core-drilling in the lot, due to construction of a temporary dining facility.
Below is a link to a map of the affected areas:
Beginning Monday, July 20th, at 8:00am, the steam supply to the Academic Athletic Center, (AAC), will be shut down for two months.
Parking Lot Closure: The parking lot located behind the Bert Combs Building and Water Testing Lab will be closed Wednesday, June 17.
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