Just as 721 students were moving into the new Chapman Grand apartments in Anaheim in August, the wood framing for the new residence hall under construction at the corner of Palm Avenue and Cypress Street in Old Towne Orange began to rise from its foundation. Next fall, about 400 students will call the new Villa
Chapman University contractors are scheduled to pave along North Center Street next week. The street improvements will take place between East Walnut Avenue and East Sycamore Avenue on March 19 and 20 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. We advise that you use alternate routes of transportation during these times. The contractor
It looks like Chapman University planners and construction managers missed the memo about those lazy days of summer. From the ongoing construction of the Center for Science and Technology to a major remodeling of historic Reeves Hall, there’s a whole lot of work going on around campus. Here’s an update on the projects. Reeves Hall
On Thursday, June 29th beginning at 11:00 p.m., Chapman University will be replacing an 80-year-old underground water main at the corner of Palm and Grand. The project will be completed by 4:00 a.m. on Friday, June 30th. While most of the project’s work will be executed during the day, a complete shutdown of the water
On Saturday, June 3rd, asphalt will be applied to the south third of North Center Street, near the Center for Science and Technology (CS&T) site, to help mitigate the uneven pavement. This will be done at the request of the City of Orange. Once the CS&T is completed, estimated to be during the summer of
On Thursday, February 16th, CW Driver, the lead construction firm on the Center for Science and Technology site, will have an all-day concrete pour that will exceed past dark and into the evening hours. A City permit was obtained for these additional hours. Also scheduled from March 1-3 is the installation of the tensile fabric
CW Driver, the lead construction firm on the Center for Science and Technology project, will be working at the site this Saturday, January 21st. All work will be conducted between the project’s approved hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.