Summer construction around MU campus

Numerous construction projects will occur around campus during the summer months.

May 2, 2022
Contact: Uriah Orland, 573-882-6212,

Summer is the ideal time to address construction projects due to the reduced number of students, staff and faculty on campus. This summer numerous projects will occur around campus, including utility and road work and building demolitions. Below is a list and map of major projects and anticipated timelines. Completion dates are subject to change based on weather and other factors.

Parking and infrastructure projects
  • Mick Deaver Dr. – Pavement repairs, periodic lane shifts
  • Carrie Francke Dr. – Complete closure May 16 to July 30
  • Service Drive North of Ag Lab – Closed for utility work May 16 to Aug. 19
  • Hitt St. at Read Hall – Closed from May 16 to June 6
  • Tiger Ave. Parking Structure – Closed for structural repairs May 16 to early August
    • Limited spaces for ADA and on-call shift medical providers
  • Turner Ave. Parking Structure – Closed for structural repairs May 16 to early August
  • Conley Ave. Parking Structure – Periodic space closures for stairwell repairs
    • Additional ADA spaces to accommodate Turner Ave. Parking Structure closure
  • Access to WG5 and Child Development Lab – Changed traffic patterns May 16 to Aug. 19
Ongoing projects
  • Football Indoor Practice Facility – Scheduled for completion Summer 2023
  • Children’s Hospital – Hitt St. ongoing closure by new Children's Hospital; scheduled for completion Spring 2024
Strategic space reduction building demolition completion dates (as announced in March 2021)
  • London Hall – October 2022
  • Loeb Hall – October 2022
  • Read Hall – August 2022
  • Curtis Greenhouses 1 and 2 – August 2022
  • Noyes Hall – October 2022
  • Parker Hall – October 2022
  • Old Student Health Building – October 2022
  • Columbia Professional Building – October 2022

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