Sidewalk between Greenblatt and Kelly buildings being replaced

These pedestrian corridors between the Greenblatt Library and Kelly Administration Building are being removed and replaced over the next five weeks.

On Monday, June 17, crews will begin removing and replacing the sidewalk between the G. Lombard Kelly Administration Building and the Robert. B. Greenblatt, MD Library on the Health Sciences Campus.

The sidewalk improvements are in keeping with the modern concrete sidewalks and brick border patterns that have been established on Laney Walker Boulevard. The existing lighting, benches and bulletin board canopy will be removed, and new LED lighting will be installed.

The work is expected to take about five weeks. It will impact the sidewalk between the buildings and the back door to the Information Technology suite in the Greenblatt Library.

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