CUB interior demolished in preparation for remodeling















(Photo above: Food service area in CUB Lair torn down.)

Early demolition work has begun on the CUB, in preparation for future remodeling. Work currently includes tearing out sheet metal, venting, shelving, carpets, asbestos, etc.

The CUB officially closed May 8. Demolition work is being conducted by Hoffman Construction. 



(Photo above: Hoffman crews clear out demolished materials.)

The two-year project will completely renovate the building. The shell and exterior facades will be largely retained, but all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, conveyance, glazing and finish systems will be replaced. New elements include a north stair and elevator tower with an associated pedestrian bridge and relocation of the student bookstore (Bookie) into the CUB.



(Photo above: CUB Auditorium with bare floors.)

Hoffman, general contractor/construction manager for the project, has mobilized for the project by setting up an office in the vacated portion of the Public Safety Building across from the CUB.



(Photo above: Tom Wilson of Ming Surveying, surveys the north side of the CUB.)

The $86M renovation of the largest building on campus is scheduled for completion in August 2008. Wilson Road will be closed to public traffic for the duration of the renovation.

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