By Diane Torian Keaggy What did the concrete worker at Washington University in St. Louis say to his buddy? “This job is getting harder and harder.” Indeed, since last July, some 20,000 cubic yards of concrete have been poured at the East End Transformation of the Danforth Campus. And another 25,...
Joe Angeles, director of photographic services, takes us on a pictorial journey through the first six months of the East End Transformation. All photos by Joe Angeles/WUSTL Photos
Great progress is being made on the East End Transformation of the Danforth Campus. Watch this video to view the sights and listen to the sounds of the first six months of construction.
Beginning Saturday, December 16, east end work will impact access to the Sam Fox School and Kemper Art Museum.
East end flaggers Marjorie Lindsay and Danyeal Crittendon don’t just keep us safe: They make us all a little happier.
With the excavation phase nearing an end, here are some fast facts about the first three months of the East End Transformation.
On Monday, Oct. 30, the interior sidewalk between the engineering buildings and the east end construction fence will close between Brauer and Whitaker Halls.
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In September, the East End Transformation crew completed its excavation work. To mark the end of this phase, the project team gathered on the site to share their insights on the progress to date. Watch the video.
Alumnus Ryan Moss, BSBA ’01, BSCE ’01, is serving as project director for McCarthy Building Companies, overseeing the major transformation of the east end of the Danforth Campus.