This year, Stanford launched the construction of three new residence buildings, which will house a total of 341 undergraduate students in living environments that will encourage student interaction. Two of the dorms will be located in Lagunita Court while the other residence hall will be in Manzanita Park.
Street parking on Santa Teresa Street, which runs in front of Roble, Lagunita Court and Governor’s Corner, closed for renovation yesterday.
Preparations for the construction of the new Manzanita Park Residence Hall are now underway.
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In Part I of this column, we delved into the cosmetic errors in the Yang-Yamazaki Environment and Engineering Building (Y2E2) and maybe even learned a bit about all the shortcomings of the building process – shortcomings for which Stanford has simultaneously been on the forefront of providing solutions to. I’ve already taken two classes showcasing…
This column is the first part of a two-part series. The next segment will run next week. “Inside any building you’ll find war stories,” Stanford Y2E2 Project Engineer Forest Peterson dramatically delivers in a recent meeting, and this line holds more truth than drama. In the building industry, the story of every building is ripe…
Four-plus more years of building are projected for Stanford Hospital, but Clinics’ Vice President of Construction Bert Hurlbut noted that he and the construction team are going to “push hard to get it done early.”