Campus Construction Updates

West Campus Construction Update ( 7/11/14)

The West Campus construction project is officially underway.  All parking on Koshkonong Drive will be suspended until construction is complete with the exception of the northern bump-out as indicated on the attached diagram.   Please note the location of the fencing materials and the remaining parking spaces available during the duration of the project.   Resident staff parking for Arey, Lee and Bigelow halls will be moved to this bump out.  The 6 ADA parking spaces,  which were located in the other two sections, will be shifted to Lot 8 east of Benson hall.  Visitor and Parking Services will begin moving the signage tomorrow.  They will be covering the meters on the west side of Koshkonong as well.  In addition, the northwest corner of lot 8 will be fenced off for construction worker vehicles.  Permits will be issued to them.

Please click HERE for a detailed map of the construction area.

Partial sidewalk closure at northwest corner of Drumlin (4/9/14)

Starting April 14 and lasting up to 2 weeks there will be a partial shutdown of a section of sidewalk off the NW corner of Drumlin Hall to install chilled water system taps.  The sidewalks extending from Lee and Bigelow to Drumlin may be blocked during this time.  All entrances to Drumlin however will remain open.  Fencing will be installed by the contractor.  There will be no impact to other utilities on the west side of campus.  Please share with anyone you feel will be impacted. 

Contact person is Ken Kramer @ or 262-472-6706.

Whitewater Area Construction Updates 

Road work: Getting to campus during Main Street construction (4/18/14)

Beginning May 1, and expected to last until Sept. 20, road construction will close a portion of Main Street, directly east of downtown Whitewater. Travelers are encouraged to follow the detour route in the map below. - See more at:

 UW-Whitewater Facilities Planning and Management

The Mapplication:

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's Geography and Geology department and specifically Pangea studios have worked to map the university campus and located each barrier to individuals with mobility needs.

The current tool is a mobile only application and can be seen at CLICK HERE

The tools url is