New Interactive Map Shows Construction Projects on Campus

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A new map by Facilities Management provides the locations and details of highly visible projects around campus.

The interactive map pinpoints several large projects that are ongoing or will soon start, details of the improvements, the construction status, and renderings of select projects. Additional projects are listed below the map with the same information as well as a link to the webcams for select projects.

The map is intended to improve awareness of ongoing campus projects and to help users plan around affected areas and roads on campus. The map can be found on the "Campus Projects" page of the Facilities Management website.

Contacts

Breanna Lacy, communications coordinator
Facilities Management
479-575-6044, bllacy@uark.edu

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