An update from Salem State University regarding on-going and planned projects:
Library and Learning Commons
The contractor has finished installing the geothermal units in the area between Meier Hall and the library and learning commons. Weather permitting, landscaping will continue in the enclosed area in preparation for final landscaping in spring of 2014. The area will remained fenced in until final landscaping complete.
Deconstruction of the Existing Library Building
The deconstruction of the former library building is complete. The deconstruction contractor will demobilize, and the landscaping contractor will mobilize next week. The landscaping contractor will begin as much preparation for final landscaping as possible, weather depending. Final landscaping will be complete in spring 2014. The site will remained fenced in until final landscaping complete.
Utility Relocation – Phase I
Full mobilization for phase I of the utility relocation has begun. The contractors will be installing drainage and sewers next week as well as some electrical work as well as prep work for the phase II access road.
Salem State Construction Blog
Salem State’s Marketing and Communications department has developed a blog around active and planned university construction projects. Click the following link to view the blog http://campusconstruction.salemstate.edu/. Updates on active construction projects will continue to be available at http://www.salemstate.edu/construction.
As always, contact the emergency hotline 24 hours a day/7 days a week at 978.542.6111 to report urgent issues regarding construction.
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