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Campus Impact Notices

Campus Impact Notices

Campus Impact Notices (CIN) are emailed directly to our CIN distrbution list. If you wish to be included on our distribution list, please email us with the subject line "subscribe to construction impact notices" and include your NETID in the body of the email. We do not rent or share this list with any other company or organization, and you can unsubscribe at any time by emailing FSCCommunications@umass.edu with the subject line "unsubscribe from construction impact notices".

Current Notices

Additional Drilling for Sustainable Engineering Lab

Between April 22 and April 26, Sustainable Drilling LLC will be conducting additional borings in preparation for the new Sustainable Engineering Lab.

There will be a track style boring rig, potentially obstructing pedestrians, in the courtyard area, bordered by south side of Knowles Engineering, west side of Goessmann, north side of Draper Annex and east end of Lot 65. Pedestrian traffic will be able to navigate around the rig.

Work will occur between 7a and 4p. Minimal noise or disruption is expected with this work.  

Project Contact: Blair Nahm 

Preparations for the New School of Public Health and Health Sciences Addition to Totman Begin

Preparations for the new School of Public Health and Health Sciences Addition to Totman Begin Monday, April 29, Fontaine Brothers Construction will start to install the fence line for the new SPHHS addition to Totman Gymnasium. The parking lot will remain open for use until Commencement. Monday, May 20, the parking lot will close for construction work to begin. The project is targeted to finish Winter 2025

Project Contact: Nick Macy


UMass Pavillion Work Starts
Construction and site preparation have begun for the new UMass Pavillion.  The site is to the north of Orchard Hill and Lot 49.

Residents in the area should expect frequent truck traffic on Orchard Hill Drive, especially through Lot 49 where they access the site.

Work is expected to be complete in mid-September.

Project Contact: Kim Jaworski-Bruschi