Typical construction management students should expect four to five job offers at graduation this spring, construction management head Allan Hauck said. The economy this year is not like the days before the recession of 2008 hit, Hauck said.
Detours and orange cones were the symbol of Cal Poly’s campus this summer, with multiple construction projects in full swing during the quiet summer months. The almost deserted campus makes expansion of construction zones easy, Joel Neel said, associate director…
California Boulevard remains closed through mid-August while bicycle safety path finishes construction.
Summer construction on campus includes additional road closures, a 1.5 million gallon thermal water tank, and the final stages of expansion for the Recreation Center.
While classes ended for Cal Poly students over the 2010 winter break, construction projects on campus continued as usual and took advantage of the absence of students.
Expect detours on Via Carta, the major pedestrian and vehicle pathway connecting North and South Perimeter roads, for the next three years as construction is completed for the new Center for Science and Mathematics.
Cal Poly’s sustainability grade for the 2009-2010 academic year was a B+ this year, according to the 2011 College Sustainability Report Card published on Oct. 27th.
As construction continues on Cal Poly’s campus, opinions on the construction are shifting from it being a hindrance to a positive thing for the university.
For the duration of the 2010-2011 school year, Cal Poly’s campus will be undergoing some changes in a few of its facilities.
Construction continues on the UU because of an additional expansion that was approved in February.