January 29, 2014
The University of Notre Dame announced Wednesday (Jan. 29) the largest building project in its 172-year history, integrating the academy, student life and athletics with the construction of more than 750,000 square feet in three new buildings attached to the west, east and south sides of the University’s iconic football stadium, at a projected cost of $400 million.
TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION LAUNCHES IN MARCH
Over the past several months, Notre Dame has announced the addition of several buildings to support the University’s aspiration to become a preeminent research university with a distinctive Catholic mission and an unsurpassed undergraduate education.
To prepare for future construction of these new buildings, work will begin on the campus infrastructure in March to prepare the underground utilities systems for future expansion.
WHAT’S THE PURPOSE OF THIS WORK?
Several major building construction projects have been announced during the 2013-14 academic year including Jenkins and Nanovic Hall, housing new social sciences and international institutes; the new facility for the School of Architecture; the Campus Crossroads Project; Phase 1 of a new research complex; and two new undergraduate residence halls. Work will begin in March to extend utilities to these future building sites.
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After a more than $30 million renovation and expansion, the Morris Inn at the University of Notre Dame reopened to the public Sept. 1 (Sunday). The hotel had been closed since the project began in October.
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