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Construction crews hustle to stay on track

Construction workers finish their work on the side walk next to Nordoff Hall Wednesday morning on the firt week of the Spring semester. (Magaly Barajas / The Sundial)

Eric Licas

February 4, 2016

Construction crews are scrambling to complete the re-piping of CSUN’s campus-wide heating system while attempting to maintain the Chancellor’s mandate to limit the project’s impact upon students. “Contractors are working 10-hour days and Saturdays as scheduling permits,” said Andy Good CSUN...

Construction creates inconvenience for students

Students, faculty and staff navigate around fences blocking off parts of Etiwanda and its east sidewalk. Pipeline construction will continue for the next six to seven months, according to CSUN Physical Plant Management. Photo credit: Raul Martinez

Saffana Hijaz

August 27, 2015

Blue tarp fencing and sandbags line northbound Etiwanda, blocking off the sidewalk students use to get from the B1 and B2 parking lots to Manzanita or Sierra Hall. Students with classes in Nordhoff Hall, Manzanita Hall and other nearby buildings are left walking the minimal sidewalk by the construction...

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