After delay, project in full swing
Contractors began working on replacing Carlson Hall’s roof on Oct. 24. The project is estimated to take six to eight weeks.
The entire rooftop will be replaced with a new, more water-tight roof. The project is “a $100,000 investment into Carlson Hall,” according to an email sent to Carlson residents by Chris Woelfle, Carlson Hall’s resident director.
The contractors work between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. every weekday. An extra construction dumpster has been added to the Carlson alleyway, and a trash chute now runs down the building along the east bathroom windows. A portion of the alleyway has been blocked off, and the entire alleyway and east parking ramp may be closed at times.
The project was originally slated to begin on Oct. 10, but it was delayed.