Members of the PC community are invited to the
Providence College Science Complex construction site on Tuesday, Aug. 22 for
thetraditional topping-off ceremony, during which construction personnel will
place the topmost steel beam, marking an important milestone in this multi-year
project. The event will take place on the walkway between the Ruane Center for the
Humanities and the work site. Gates will open at 11 a.m., at which time
community members are invited to sign their names to the beam. A blessing and
short speaking program are scheduled for 11:30, after which the beam will be
The granite veneer has begun to be installed along the radial walls at the Huxley/Eaton intersection. Seat wall foundations have been poured around Glay Field. This will be a great place to sit and watch the Friars.
Looking north between Guzman and Glay Field the old Huxley Ave is no longer recognizable. The old Guzman hill is no longer. Looking forward to an improved walk up hill come September.
The Lennon Field is getting a much needed resurfacing. A new e-layer, which provides cushioning , is being placed now before the new turf can be put down.
2/27/2017 - Huxley Transformation Video Update