Welcome to the CSE Renovation Projects web page. This page has been created to enable the CSE Community, the JSOE Academic Department neighbors, and visitors to view important timelines and information pertinent to all renovations scheduled in the CSE building (EBU III-B). The form to the right is the main source for submitting feedback on issues dealing with noise, safety, and access problems. Your suggestions and/or observations regarding any other internal or external issues related to the renovation projects are also welcomed.
To submit feedback, please complete the input form to the right. A response should be received within 24 hours.
Your CSE Renovation and Expansion team’s goal is to keep all occupants and visitors in the CSE building informed and safe with minimal disruption to their daily activities.
Onward and Upward,
Consultant to CSE MSO and Chair
Some of the planned physical projects that may impact users in the CSE building are listed below:
- 2111, 2113, 2115, 2121, 2123, Kitchen, and surrounding area -- Completed -- conversion to Rosing Lab and Office
- 2154 (classroom) -- Completed -- replace Audio/Visual (general refresh of room put on hold for now)
- Master's Commons -- 2nd floor, end of north wing -- March 28 2016 - mid-June 2016 -- the existing end of the north 2nd floor wing will be converted to a working space for Master's students, replacing the current APE lab rooms.
- 2236 and 2238 (old APE labs) -- to be scheduled -- re-purpose (students will use new Master's Commons area, see above)
- 3154 (Chez Bob) -- Completed
- 4170 (Ramamoorthi lab) -- Spring 2016 --
- 4262 (Conference room space) -- Completed
- Building addition and renovation project -- April 2016 - January 2017 -- CSE building, North wing: exterior, interior, added space on first floor, basement renovation. Affected areas will include the West hallway and adjacent courtyard, and basement. Contractors are now on-site (as of April 25). The Student Affairs intake office will be off the CSE building lobby for the duration of the project. The basement labs will remain usable although access will be through contractor-provided walkways.