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Construction Update: New Science Complex and Towsontown Blvd

The New Science Complex

President Kim Schatzel, along with other dignitaries broke ground on the new Science Complex on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 to mark the ceremonial start of the Science project which is on schedule to be completed in fall 2020.

Progress is currently being made on the construction project as tower cranes are being erected along the north and south edges of the site, and concrete foundations are also being installed. In early June, we expect the first grade concrete slab to begin on the east side of the building site.

During the summer, we expect that there will be lane closures (one lane traffic with traffic control) during the weekdays and temporary road closures during the weekends along Stephens Avenue. These closures will however be coordinated with campus activities.

Towsontown Boulevard

The new sewer pipe installation underneath Towsontown Boulevard is still in progress, moving eastward from Emerson Drive toward Burke Avenue. Lane shifts will continue daily between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the next two months. Drivers and shuttle users should allow extra travel time and consider using alternate access routes such as Stevenson Lane, York Road or Burke Avenue. On commencement ceremony days from May 23 to May 25, the Towsontown Boulevard construction will be suspended and continued after May 25.

We anticipate construction to take place overnight once the pipeline installations get near the Osler and Towsontown Boulevard intersection.

We will continue to share updates and information about construction projects as they become available.

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