Meet the women of Arbolope Studio, landscape architects and Sam Fox School alumni, who are reimagining the East End landscape.
To mark WIC Week, Washington University in St. Louis is profiling women who are helping to transform the east end of the Danforth Campus through their roles in construction.
The past few months have seen a lot of changes to the east end of the Danforth campus. Public Affairs photographer Joe Angeles captured the progress.
These 360-degree videos offer a glimpse into a more connected campus experience and a physical environment that will enhance the university's core missions.
No, the circus hasn't come to town. The giant white tent you see on the East End site will allow landscape work to continue whether rain, snow, sleet or shine.
Washington University women are rolling up their sleeves and getting the job done on the East End construction site.
A special addition to the East End, Wrighton Way, was announced Dec. 7 at a gala honoring Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and his wife, Risa Zwerling Wrighton. The new walkway and court will honor the couple for their contributions to the university during his more than 23-year tenure.
East-end construction progress from July through December 2018 at Washington University in St. Louis is highlighted in this video.
Beginning Friday, Jan. 11, Hoyt Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic for improvements to the north entry to the east end of campus.
A web camera has been installed at the southeast corner of the McKelvey Hall footprint, giving viewers now four webcam options on the East End construction site.