Construction at the University of Massachusetts shows no sign of slowing. With several new buildings on the horizon, it appears that the new Integrative Learning Center that is currently in progress will not be the last major project for the University next year.
Campus Planning Director Dennis Swinford acknowledged the opening of the new Commonwealth Honors College and Life Science Laboratories building this fall as well as several new projects that are currently in the design phase.
The Hills and Bartlett buildings, which are both over 40 years old, will eventually be torn down. Swinford pointed out this made more economic sense than repairing the buildings.