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Published on April 29th, 2015 | by Editor

University of Texas Construction Update – April 2015 (PHOTOS)

Austin’s construction boom is not just contained within the CBD. The University of Texas has been experiencing its own construction boom lately, and BuildingATX brings you this update on some of the projects underway on and around campus as of April 2015:

UT Austin Construction tower cranes

From a distance, it’s hard to miss the tower cranes in the Med School district.

UT Med School Education and Administration building construction

The Education and Administration building rises at the corner of MLK and the realigned Red River…

Red River realignment construction

… which appears to be almost ready for traffic.

Dell Seton Medical Center construction sign

A sign gives us a glimpse of what the Dell Seton Medical Center will look like…

Dell Seton Medical Center construction

… while the building’s columns rise out of the ground.

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The Research Building is also making progress in the northwest corner of the district.

UT EERC Construction

Not all the action is in the medical district. The Engineering Education and Research Center (EERC) site has a tower crane of its own.

Robert B. Rowling Hall construction

Rowling Hall (the graduate buidling for the McCombs School of Business) will soon be going vertical as well. This is on the corner of MLK and Guadalupe.

Check back next month on BuildingATX as we bring you more photos of the construction around the University of Texas! In the meantime, follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook for the latest.

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Kelly D. is a local engineering and construction professional and the editor of BuildingATX.com. In his day job, he is currently overseeing several construction projects across greater Austin. His postings on this site are his own and do not represent his employer's positions, strategies, or opinions. You can reach him at [email protected]



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