Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Main Building repair and restoration project will enhance working, learning environment

Main Building repair and restoration project will enhance working, learning environment

MARCH 24, 2022 — The University of Texas at San Antonio is making excellent progress on a highly anticipated, large-scale repair and restoration project for the Main Building. Once completed, these repairs will ensure the building remains in optimal condition for many years to come, providing a top-tier learning and working environment.

The university’s Real Estate, Construction and Planning team is overseeing the project, which encompasses a wide range of repairs, including roof replacement, select window removal and reinstallation, masonry assessment and stucco removal and reinstallation. These repairs and improvements will significantly reduce the risk of water infiltration to the building.

The current phase of the project includes interior repairs on the third and fourth floors. To accommodate this work, offices on the affected floors have been temporarily relocated.


Office

New Temporary Location

President

North Paseo Building, 4th floor

Provost

Remote

Sr. Vice President for Business Affairs

North Paseo Building, 4th floor; remote

Vice President for University Relations

North Paseo Building, 4th floor

Vice Provost for Student Success

Student Success Center

Development and Alumni Relations

North Paseo Building, 4th floor; remote

Bicultural-Bilingual Studies

Multidisciplinary Studies Building, 4th floor


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Questions about office hoteling or room reservations can be directed to Space Management.

A complete list of temporary office relocations is available through Space Management. Main Building office relocations will remain in effect through the end of the current phase of the project.

Hotelled office spaces and conference rooms are available for Main Building faculty and staff affected by the repairs. These spaces can be requested online.

The university anticipates that repairs will be completed in early fall 2022. Planning for the next phase, which will conclude full exterior repairs for the building’s lower three floors, is currently underway.

Elyse Brown



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