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Utility, safety improvements may affect your routes during the next few weeks

This map shows the impact areas of the utility construction in the Cherry Road area.

Utility, safety improvements may affect your routes during the next few weeks It may be a little challenging navigating the Clemson University campus in the next few weeks because of utility and safety improvement projects. Road closings may affect how you travel to graduation or basketball games, so check the closing schedule below and Facilities’ […]

Douthit Hills project moving along, hits construction milestone

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations In the construction world, a topping out ceremony celebrates a milestone in the progress of an ongoing project. The event involves placement of a final structural beam in a building and the raising of a live tree to the top of the building to mark that achievement. While […]

A little pain for a lot of gain


By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations Faculty, staff, students and visitors who come to Clemson this summer will see the future being built right before their eyes. Meanwhile, progress doesn’t come without a little inconvenience. To accommodate the work being done and for the safety of those on campus, Clemson will temporarily close some […]

Clemson builds its future

Watt Family Innovation Center

By Anna Simon, Office of Media Relations As social change in the 1950s and ’60s transformed Clemson College into a university for all students across South Carolina and the world, a surge of campus construction provided modern classrooms, housing and amenities of that era and set the stage for Clemson University to become the respected […]

Water tower to come down

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations Clemson’s skyline will change in a few weeks. The 200,000-gallon water tower that stands next to Clemson House at S.C. 93 and U.S. 123 will be dismantled beginning this week. Built in 1950, the 155-foot structure, according to the university’s Housing and Dining Services department, will take about […]

Construction updates: Fort Hill Street to reopen; Centennial Boulevard to close

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations Fort Hill Street to reopen this week It’s about to get a little easier to travel through the heart of Clemson’s main campus. Fort Hill Street, which closed Oct. 26 to accommodate Core Campus construction, will reopen on Nov. 21, according to James Bonney, associate director of residential […]

Clemson’s core campus project approved


Clemson’s main campus is about to get much-needed improvements. Clemson’s Board of Trustees, the South Carolina Budget and Control Board and other entities recently approved the university’s Core Campus project.