Construction Update: Science and Mathematics Complex
Buffalo State College held a ceremonial groundbreaking for the Science and Mathematics Complex on September 25, 2009. Since then, work has been progressing on site preparation, underground utilities, and selective demolition.
The pile driving phase of construction will begin this week, and is expected to last six weeks or less. Pile drivers force support columns into the terrain to form the foundation on which the academic complex will be built. To help minimize early morning noise for residents, this work will be done between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. (other construction work often begins at 7:00 a.m.).
Occupants of buildings near the site will experience some noise and vibration associated with this activity. We appreciate your patience. For more information on campus construction, please visit the construction Web site. Questions about this project may be sent to VPFM@buffalostate.edu.