Progress, progress, progress

Progress, progress, progress The University has plans to raze four additional University-owned properties on Merida Avenue, Princeton Street and Wabash Avenue. Pre-demolition activities are scheduled to begin this month and are expected to take approximately 30 days to complete. The addresses of these properties are 2900 and 2929 Merida Ave., 2810 Princeton St. and 3067… Read more »

As temperatures heat up, so do the activities at TCU

Pomp & Circumstance The last day of class for the spring semester is May 3 and Commencement is May 13 in the Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena. A reception for graduates and their families will take place Friday, May 12, in the Campus Commons (interior part of campus) beginning at 6:30 p.m. Guests will enjoy… Read more »

Atmos Energy pipe replacement project continues

Atmos Energy has notified TCU of its plans to continue replacing old cast iron gas main and services lines with new polyethylene gas pipe near campus beginning next week. This project will occur in the residential area near Stadium Drive, Odessa Avenue, Wabash Avenue, West Berry Street, Devitt Street and Benbrook Boulevard. While we do… Read more »

Pre-demolition process to begin on north side of Princeton Street next week

Pre-demolition activities, including environmental assessment, utility terminations and abatement, on four University-owned residential properties on the north side of Princeton Street (between Greene Ave. and Parmer Ave.) will begin next week. The addresses of these properties are 2800, 2816, 2820 and 2824 Princeton Street. Demolition of these properties is expected to begin in late February,… Read more »

Water line work on Bellaire Drive

Last summer, the City of Fort Worth replaced water lines along Bellaire Drive North and Bellaire Drive West. While the majority of the project was completed as planned, the city has informed us that a few items remain. The city’s contractor will begin its final work on the project Jan. 16 and will mobilize two… Read more »

Atmos Energy begins pipe replacement project south of Berry

Atmos Energy has notified TCU that it will replace old cast iron gas main and service lines with new poly gas pipe beginning this week. This project will occur in the residential area immediately south of Berry Street and primarily west of Stadium Drive. While we do not anticipate any traffic impact to TCU’s campus,… Read more »

Graduation, Demolition and Patriotism

Congratulations to our graduates! TCU’s Fall Commencement is scheduled for Dec. 17 in the Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena, with the first ceremony at 9 a.m. and the second at 2 p.m. Visit commencement.tcu.edu for additional information. Demolition on Princeton Pre-demolition activities, including environmental assessment, utility terminations and abatement, on five University-owned residential properties on… Read more »

It’s a busy week at TCU

Demolition Activity We will begin the demolition process of five University-owned residential properties on the south side of Princeton Street this week to complement the construction of the new fine arts building and eventually the new school of music. Pre-demolition activities, including environmental assessment, utility terminations and abatement are expected to take approximately three weeks… Read more »