Photo Gallery: 2015 Summer Construction, Renovation and Maintenance Across Campus

August 4th, 2015 by 


A crane lifts air conditioning parts onto Dinand Library. Photo by Tom Rettig


New bricks are installed outside the front of Dinand Library. Photo by Tom Rettig


New bricks are installed outside the front of Dinand Library. Photo by Tom Rettig


Blasting during construction of the Thomas P. Joyce ’59 Contemplative Center in West Boylston, Mass. Photo by Tom Rettig


Blasting during construction of the Thomas P. Joyce ’59 Contemplative Center in West Boylston, Mass. Photo by Tom Rettig


Clark Hall receives masonry repairs. Photo by Tom Rettig


Statues near the Jesuit Cemetery are cleaned. Photo by Tom Rettig


Academic Services and Learning Resources, located in Dinand Library, undergoes renovation. Photo by Tom Rettig


Academic Services and Learning Resources, located in Dinand Library, undergoes renovation. Photo by Tom Rettig


The Registrar's Office undergoes renovation. Photo by Tom Rettig


The Chapel receives an upgrade to its heating system. Photo by Tom Rettig


The Chapel receives an upgrade to its heating system. Photo by Tom Rettig


Lehy Hall gets reroofed. Photo by Tom Rettig


Renovations are done to the Dinand Library roof landscape. Photo by Tom Rettig


Renovations are done to the Dinand Library roof landscape. Photo by Tom Rettig


Renovations are done to the Dinand Library roof landscape. Photo by Tom Rettig


Hogan 519 is gutted and renovated. Photo by Tom Rettig


Career Planning Center, located in the Hogan Campus Center, receives a face-lift. Photo by Tom Rettig


Career Planning Center, located in the Hogan Campus Center, receives a face-lift. Photo by Tom Rettig


Career Planning Center, located in the Hogan Campus Center, receives a face-lift. Photo by Tom Rettig

While the buzz of students and faculty has receded across campus for the summer, the buildings and walkways have instead been filled with the sounds of power tools and bulldozers.

With more than 45 projects reaching all corners of campus, crews have been working throughout the summer to ready the residence halls, academic buildings, offices, and recreational facilities for the return of students in just under a month.

These projects have ranged from fresh coats of paint in Hanselman Hall, to new flooring and railings on the Hogan Campus Center’s main stairway, to a renovated landscape on the roof of Dinand Library. Additionally — while not on our immediate campus — demolition and construction of the new Thomas P. Joyce ’59 Contemplative Center in West Boylston, Mass. is well underway.

As a result of the great care of our campus, both during the academic year and over the course of the summer, the College was recently ranked No. 8 in the country on Best Choice Schools’ list of “The 50 Most Beautiful Urban College Campuses.”

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