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 Project Overview

​As part of the Campus Transformation project, Huxley Avenue was closed to vehicular traffic on 5/18/2016.  A new gate entrance has been moved to the northern end of Huxley Avenue while the southern end is prepared for its transition to new pedestrian walkways.


 Huxley Avenue Transformation

 Updates

4/5/2017 - Workers begin the break down of existing stone walls at the southern end of Huxley Avenue along Eaton Street.  Stone that can be salvaged from this demolition, will be saved for use during Phase 2.

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11/14/2016 - New bioretention system and pathways to east campus are now complete as  part of the Huxley A​venue closure.

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8/23/16 - New guard house in place in the circle.


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Granite pavers fill the outer ring of the roundabout circle, and behind the serpentine wall nears completion.

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​A Bioretention system is being constructed that will collect rain water from upper campus. The plantings will be placed  similar to the bioretention systems at Slavin Lawn and the Ruane Center.

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​8/24/2016 - Road heading down to the Arthur & Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies and new traffic turnaround.  This road will have cobblestone divider where buses will pickup students going to and from the campus.  Anderson Stadium south parking lot will accommodate 30 vehicles.


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8/2/2016 - Shepherd hook site lighting for new pathways are on campus for installation.

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​​4/7/2016 -The Huxley Avenue utility relocation project is underway. Workers are digging a trench to relocate new pipe to cross Huxley.
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