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Demolition

Montebello

Morgan State University recently announced it will begin demolition of the Montebello EWing, Morgue, Boiler Plant and Garage. These buildings are located near Parking Lots Y and Z, to the south of the Montebello Building.

On or about the week of May 9, 2013 fencing was placed at the perimeter of the buildings to be demolished. Hazardous material abatement will commence on or about the week of May 13, 2013. A Hazardous Material Abatement Plan has been submitted to the University and all abatement will be completed in accordance with OSHA, USEPA, and COMAR regulations. Buildings under going abatement will have all openings/ducts covered to avoid contamination of outside air and adjacent structures.  Pedestrian and Vehicular flows of traffic will receive minimal impact.

A temporary ADA ramp will be constructed to the north side of the Alumni House during the demolition of the tunnel. Additionally, there will be contractor parking of approximately 12 cars at the far south end of Lot Y.

The demolition project is projected to be complete by mid-November.

Morgan apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact Kim McCalla at 443-885-4370 or by e-mail at kim.mccalla@morgan.edu. If she is unavailable, you may also contact Julie Wilson, Project Manager for the Demolition Project, at 410-868-5890 or by e-mail at julie.wilson@morgan.edu.

We will continue to keep you posted on construction work which will impact your paths of travel and access to buildings and parking. We hope you are enjoying the transformation of this wonderful campus.

Morgan State University wishes to thank you for your patience and continued cooperation as work continues on these exciting projects.

— Kim I. McCalla, Assistant Vice President of Design and Construction

Morgan Faculty Survey

Faculty Survey

 At the Faculty Institute in August, we made a presentation on the Morgan Community Mile, an initiative that President Wilson has envisioned. This university-community partnership is a model where residents, businesses, public officials, and other stakeholders come together with Morgan’s faculty, students, and staff to make our community a better place.

The MCM committee would like to know if you have had or are currently working with any community group, school, church, or organization within our Morgan Community Mile boundary.

We are interested in a wide range of activities associated with teaching and learning, research and scholarship, creative activity, or outreach and service that you have been engaged in as a faculty or staff member.We would appreciate your participation in this inventory survey.

Please visit this link to take the survey.