Takin’ it to the streets

The water line work on Stadium Drive at Berry Street is complete and the contractor will begin patching the concrete Friday, July 20 at approximately 8 a.m. During this work, the northbound lane of Stadium Drive from Berry Street to Bellaire Drive North will be closed. Detour routes will be clearly marked. The water line work on… Read more »

TCU to test emergency notification system July 11

On the afternoon of Wednesday, July 11, TCU will test the TCU Alert emergency notification system, which includes phone, text and email communication, as well as indoor and outdoor loudspeakers and emergency lighting on campus. These tests are routinely conducted to ensure the system functions as intended and that all audiences are familiar with it…. Read more »

We’re heading south this summer

TCU’s plans to develop the south side of campus and build a new Administration building are progressing. The city of Fort Worth has approved the privatization of Bellaire Drive North from Rogers Avenue to Stadium Drive, and TCU will take ownership of (or relocate) utilities in this area to support construction of the new building…. Read more »

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes…that’s what you can say about the landscape at Texas Christian University as work progresses on capital projects and other campus initiatives.

Worth the wait Construction of the final four fraternity residence halls in Worth Hills is nearing completion. Furniture will be installed in July as we prepare for occupancy this fall. Also, site work is underway for two new residence halls scheduled to open in fall 2019. This work includes deep foundations in preparation for building… Read more »

Preparedness training, parking and paving

Joint emergency preparedness training planned for May 16, 18 TCU Police, in conjunction with MedStar Mobile Healthcare, the Fort Worth Fire Department and Fort Worth Police Department, will conduct training exercises using an active shooter scenario at Martin-Moore Hall (in Worth Hills) May 16 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. The training may include role-playing of injured… Read more »

Pomp and Circumstance, Colonial FedEx Cup and construction

This academic year is almost over, and summer activities will soon begin. Commencement TCU’s Spring Commencement is scheduled for May 12 in the Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena, with the first ceremony at 9 a.m., the second at 1 p.m. and the third at 5 p.m. Visit commencement.tcu.edu for additional information. A reception for all… Read more »

Relocating utilities and running for the rhinos

TCU to meet with city of Fort Worth to discuss plans for new administration building In 2016, TCU shared its Facilities Master Plan with faculty, staff, students, neighbors and the city of Fort Worth. The FMP is a tool to demonstrate campus potential that aligns with the university’s strategic plans. The FMP is based on four… Read more »