Construction beat 11.15.2012
Despite the recent heat waves, construction on Nasatir and Storm Halls is progressing as scheduled.
Built in 1957, Nasatir and Storm Halls on the west side of the San Diego State campus are receiving a long-awaited makeover.
As vertical construction on the Aztec Student Union continues to make progress, the Associated Students Facilities Board is mapping out details of the interior design.
Last Friday marked a signature event in the construction of the new Aztec Student Union. Roughly 60 truckloads of cement rolled onto campus to fill the first of four quadrants in the basement level of the student-funded building.
Though the semester is still in its early stages for most San Diego State students, construction of the new Aztec Student Union has been in full swing for months.
Several supervisors in charge of construction for the future Aztec Student Union will be available in a forum for students to ask questions about current and future changes.
As early as today, so that students can travel around the site more easily.
The demolition of Aztec Center finished today, making way for the new Aztec Student Union, scheduled to open in fall 2013. The now-demolished building was completed in 1968 and was designed to accommodate 10,000 students, but the new facility will serve 30,000 students.
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