Monday, April 27, 2015

Construction at Andruss Library: Work on Interior Begins Monday, April 6

You’ll have noticed some changes at the Andruss Library.  Fencing for the construction area has been put up, and pedestrians are directed along the walkway between Waller and the Library.

On Monday, April 6, the interior work begins with the building of a temporary wall on the first floor.  This wall will shield the interior space from the active construction on the other side.

Campus and library staff will work to make this go smoothly for everyone, but we also know there will be disruptions along the way and want to keep you informed and let you know how to be in touch with us.        

Study spaces on first and second floors will remain available, but there will be some shifting of the furniture.  Headphones are available at the Circulation Desk if any of the noise affects your study. 

Note that the Andruss Library building will remain open during the construction; the Library’s resources and tools will remain available; and research assistance will continue.  As part of the BU campus construction plans, an addition to house University Police and a data center is being built at the side of the Library that faces the Recreation Center. 

The campus and library staff will work to make this transformation as comfortable as we can for everyone. Please let us know if there are problems during this time; you may contact me directly or let any staff member know your concerns.

Check our website for information about the updates as they occur. 

Charlotte Droll
Director of Library Services
Tel. 570-389-4207

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