On Saturday, August 6th, the Center for Science and Technology construction firm CW Driver will be hauling dirt from underground utility trenches, starting at 9:00 a.m. The truck route will be down Glassell, from Katella to Walnut, and after picking up the dirt, the trucks will head down Center Street, take a right on Palm,
EDITOR’S NOTE: Chapman University has so many fantastic programs at the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts that sometimes stories get lost in the shuffle. We wanted to showcase this great piece about our Public Relations and Advertising program from the Spring 2015 issue of In Production magazine because we felt it highlights everything
The City of Orange Public Works department has just informed Chapman University of the city-sponsored Palm Avenue street rehabilitation project and theADA ramp rehabilitation project on Glassell Street, both of which will be taking place August 1st through the 5th. During this time, eastbound on Palm Avenue will be closed from Cypress Street to Olive Street.
C.W. Driver, the construction firm contracted to work on the Center for Science and Technology, will be working this Saturday, July 30, on both underground utilities and electrical at the site. They will be working within the hours permitted by the City of Orange.
Due to paving work by the Gas Company on a city-sponsored project, access in to and out of Lastinger Parking Structure (at Glassell/Walnut) will be impacted on Thursday, July 28 for Chapman employees, students and guests Other parking options The Barrera Structure, Cypress Lot and West Campus Structure are available alternatives for parking this Thursday.
As a result of the recently installed gas line by The Gas Company, the final asphalt restoration for East Walnut Avenue will take place over the next week. As a reminder, this is not a Chapman-sponsored project. Please direct any and all issues to The Gas Company. On Wednesday, July 27th, final paving will be
This morning, July 18th, paramedics were called to the Center for Science and Technology construction site. A construction worker, currently working on the project, felt faint and needed assistance. After the construction worker was evaluated, he was determined to be okay. Thank you so much for your concern.