3 new buildings taking shape as part of South Quad project

The South Quad development of Quinnipiac's Mount Carmel Campus is taking shape — with the residence hall, general academic building and new School of Business rising to new heights. Here's a look at the state of the construction as we prepare for the start of the new academic year.

A beam signed by members of the university community has also been placed into the core of the building.

The new residence hall is on track to open at the start of the 2024-25 academic year, with the two academic buildings set to open by the end of the year.

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A beam gets raised with the clock tower in viewView of the new South Quad from the New Road entrance parking lotThe structural supports of the new south quadThe structure of the new south quad in its structural stateLooking over the construction siteWalls beginning to form on the south quadA view of the inside structure of the new south quadWorkers sit atop the beamsWorker overlooks the foundationThe view from inside the structure looking over the rest of the construction siteA signed beam is built into the structure of the new South Quad buildingsConstruction worker locks eyes with the cameraOverview look at the construction siteBeams hang in front of the clocktower during the South Quad constructionConstruction machines and tools being used to build the foundations of new buildings on the Mount Carmel CampusA crane in front of a newly built buildingThe bottom beams of one of the building in the South Quad constructionConstruction workers build the foundation of a new buildingA construction worker stands on a newly built structureA bird's eye view of the South Quad constructionNewly built beam structures on the South QuadExcavator scoops dirt out of a holeExterior shot of the structural elements of a newly built building\Workers screw in bolts atop a beamCranes place the structure in placeCrane lowers a beam into placeA view of the new South Quad construction project with Sleeping Giant in the backgroundA construction worker carries materials

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