Construction Notes is designed to keep the Loyola community updated on the progress of major facilities projects taking place on campus. This information is provided by the Physical Plant department, which oversees all maintenance, renovations, and new construction. View the Campus Master Plan here (pdf).
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Loyola University New Orleans recently completed a major renovation of Thomas Hall, one of the university’s original buildings, which served as a residence and chapel for Jesuits of the New Orleans Province until 2005. To celebrate the renovation’s completion, the … Continue reading
Please note the message below, sent out to all campus mailboxes earlier today: To: The University Community From: Paul C. Fleming, Assistant Vice President for Administration Date: July 22, 2010 Subject: Construction-related Delivery at Thomas Hall, Saturday July 24th On … Continue reading
Please note the following announcement, which is also being sent to all campus mailboxes: To: The University Community From: Paul C. Fleming, Assistant Vice President for Administration Date: June 16, 2010 Subject: Parking and traffic restrictions on campus Saturday, June … Continue reading
On Saturday, June 12, 2010, a crane will be working next to Thomas Hall to remove construction debris. This will necessitate closure of the horseshoe in front of Marquette Hall from 6:00 am until approximately 2:30 pm. We apologize for … Continue reading
Please be aware of the following parking restrictions as outlined in a campus email this morning: Date: March 24, 2010 Subject: Parking Spaces Beside Monroe Hall (South Side) The renovation of Thomas Hall will begin in earnest on Monday, March … Continue reading
We thought it would be a good idea to post an excerpt from Fr. Wildes’ campus update in which he details the status of several current projects: “The contract has been signed for the renovation of Thomas Hall, and work … Continue reading
Landis Construction was the winning bidder for the renovation of Thomas Hall. The project is now ready to move into high gear, with construction set to begin by the end of this month.