Category Archives: Announcements

May 13 Construction Update

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• Work on the underground pipe loop is finishing up behind the IT and BT buildings • Continue to use caution in the area between BT and IT • A walking path is now cleared between IT and the Whatley Center • A temporary sidewalk is being placed behind the Admin building in anticipation of

Construction update for April 29

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• Work continues in the area behind BT and near the welding/auto body shop. • The water leak last week slowed down progress slightly, but the project remains ahead of schedule. • We do not anticipate any major changes to the construction pattern over the next week. • Building construction will kick off in early

April 15 Construction Update

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• Work is currently moving to the area behind BT and near the welding/auto body shop. • The back two doors of the BT building and the parking lot between IT and the welding/auto body shop are closed for the time being. • There will be no through passage between IT and the Whatley Center

Construction update April 7

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There is now a walkway connecting the BT/IT buildings and the Whatley Center. However, please continue to use caution in this area as construction on the underground loop continues. You can follow the construction progress online at www.ntcc.edu/construction. Plan Ahead! The entire parking lot behind UHS around to the SUB will be closed May 16 to June

March 31 Construction Update

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Work continues on the underground loop phase of construction. Work will gradually move between the IT and BT Buildings. Please use caution when crossing the sidewalk from BT to IT. There is currently no sidewalk access from the IT/BT area to the Whatley Center You can follow the construction progress online at www.ntcc.edu/construction. Plan Ahead! The

March 17 construction update

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The construction project remains on schedule as the crews work to lay the underground piping and electrical conduits around campus The area between Student Services (Admin) and the LRC will remain blocked off for the next week While progress is going well so far, weather may continue to be an issue in the coming weeks

March 3 Construction Update

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Power will be cut off in the Administration building beginning at 1 p.m. Friday afternoon Expect to see demolition starting early this Friday between the BT and IT building up to the walkway. Please DO NOT park in the lot between IT and Welding Friday, as demolition will begin sometime tomorrow. Construction will continue from

Feb. 18 Construction Update

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As most of us are aware, it has been a hectic week for construction on campus. An incident Tuesday left much of the campus without power for a short time that morning and the Humanities building has been without electricity since then. We appreciate the patience and adaptability of the faculty, staff and students affected.

Construction Alert

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Northeast Texas Community College experienced a brief power outage in several buildings Tuesday morning caused by a construction related incident. Power was restored in all buildings except Humanities, which remains without power for the time being. Students who have classes in the Humanities building should report to their classrooms as regularly scheduled and new arrangements

Feb. 15 Construction Update

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As you have probably noticed, the underground construction is making its way around campus. Beginning this weekend, crews will move from between Humanities and Math/Science to the plaza toward the Admin/Student Services building. This may impede walking traffic and noise will continue to be a concern. Be careful walking and texting in our construction zones!