A number of new green “cap and gown” directional signs have been installed throughout New Paltz, making it easier for visitors to find the campus. Facilities Management, especially Assistant Architect Megan Smailer and Director of Facilities Design and Construction John McEnrue, have worked with the State Department of Transportation on the project.
There is a sign at the “T” intersection
between Route 299 and the
Thruway pointing left to reach the
campus. Other signs clearly designate
South Putt Corners Road as an Alternate Route and mark
the west campus entrance off of Route 208. Old signs have been
Facilities Management will begin renovations to the Haggerty Administration Building (HAB) basement corridors on Dec. 4. In addition to new flooring, ceiling, lighting, paint and a unified interior signage system, other improvements include an upgraded main basement entrance, a new Mail Services window and public area, and a new information hall. The corridor will be off-limits for extended periods between Dec. 7 and Jan. 20 to ensure that the project is completed in a safe and timely fashion.
A series of alternate route to offices located in the basement
have been set up.
To access Computer Services, Telecommunications and
For access to the Print Shop and Mail Services, enter through loading dock entrance on the north side of HAB. Mail Services will set up a temporary window at this location.
To reach the Hudson Heritage Federal Credit Union, which will be closed Dec. 7-13, use the elevator or enclosed fire staircase located at the Welcome Center on the main lobby floor. For alternate credit union locations and information, call (845) 560- 5607.
All other floors can be accessed through the Welcome Center. For more information or directory assistance, please visit the information desk at the Welcome Center. For questions concerning the construction, contact Garry Nack at x3276.
December 4 , 2006
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