Construction and renovation work throughout campus will increase during
the summer months. The following provides an overview of work scheduled
for May through August. For more details on campus projects, see
uvm.edu/~arch. For additional information and updates on the Davis
Dudley H. Davis Center
The remainder of the Davis Centers steel framework will go up over the
summer months. By August, much of the exterior will be constructed,
masonry and window work will be starting, and the final roofing should be
622 Main Deconstruction
Current home to Transportation and Parking and Risk Management, the house
at 622 Main will be deconstructed early this summer and the Davis Center
construction fencing will extend around the site. McAuley Hall on the
Trinity Campus will temporarily house Transportation and Parking and Risk
Management, as well as Military Studies, currently located at University
Central Heat Plant
Installation of steam and chilled water pipelines and equipment will take
place in the areas south and east of the Central Heat Plant (Royall Tyler
building). Work is scheduled to begin July 1, and there may be some
pedestrian detours during construction.
Ira Allen Chapel
Renovation work on the Ira Allen Chapel clock bell tower and roofs will
begin after commencement and is scheduled to be completed in mid-October.
438 College Street
The brick house down the hill from Waterman will soon open as the
administrative headquarters for the College of Arts and Sciences. The main
building and adjacent addition are slated to be completed by July 1 with
faculty and staff moving in shortly after.
University Heights Residential Learning Complex
Crews will push through a final summer of construction at University
Heights to have the south complex ready to open for the arrival of
students in late August. Site work and landscaping for both the south and
north complexes will also be carried out during the summer and continue
into the fall.
This will mark the final summer of work on the multi-phase renovation of
Living/Learning. Building D will undergo a complete renovation and limited
work will also be done on Building C.
Wing/Davis/Wilks Residential Complex
Renovation will continue through the summer on this complex at the far
south end of Redstone. Work in the commons area and landscaping will be
completed before students return in August.
Harris/Millis Dining Area Expansion
Renovation and expansion of the Harris/Millis dining area began this
spring and will continue through the summer. The work will increase the
dining capacity by 150 seats, creating improved space and aesthetics to
make the dining experience better match the quality of newer facilities
such as the University Marche located in the Living/Learning Complex and
future space in the Davis Center. The project is scheduled for completion
before students return for the fall semester. The east entrance of
Harris/Millis will be closed for the summer; building access will still be
available on the west side.
New Track and Softball Field
The womens softball field will be rebuilt west of its current location and
construction of UVMs new outdoor track is scheduled to begin in May. The
track, straight-aways running east-west, will be located at the south end
of the Archie Post athletic fields.
Renovation work on Mercy Hall, including an elevator addition on the south
end of the building, will be completed over the summer. Renovation work
will also begin on Farrell Hall, which will be home to the Vermont Center
for Advanced Computing and the National University Transportation Center,
will also begin this summer and is scheduled for a December 2006
completion. Access to the Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies,
located on the basement level of Farrell, will be maintained throughout
the summer. The Farrell Hall work is scheduled for completion in December
2006. Roofing work will occur on both Delehanty and Mann halls during July
and August. Noise and some disruption to building operations will be
experienced during these roofing projects.