Tennis courts closed for renovation
The tennis courts will be closed for maintenance from Monday, September 26th, through Friday, September 30th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you!
Germantown Bookstore Renovations to Begin Mid-October
As we all know, Follett Higher Education Group now
manages bookstore operations on all of the Montgomery College campuses. All bookstore areas will undergo renovations
in order to enhance the focus on the needs of the students and faculty. The College is currently receiving bids on the Germantown project. Construction is expected to begin mid-October
and continue for 3-4 weeks. The store, located in the HS building,
will remain open during the renovations. Updated: 09/16/16
Gateway Signage (Corner of 118 and Observation Drive)
The roadway work required in preparation for the new LED gateway signage was completed before the fall semester started. Crews are finishing work on the wall on the East side of the roadway and have begun demolition on the West side of the roadway. Installation of the LED signage is expected to be completed by the end of the year. Updated 09/16/16.
Science and Applied Studies Building Renovations
The Science and Applied Studies Building will be renovated and another floor added starting in the spring of 2016. The south side of the building will be demolished except for the exterior framework and new space will be constructed for Astronomy, Geology, Engineering, Landscape Technology, Physical Science, Physics, etc. (i.e. all of the sciences that could not be accommodated in the Bioscience Education Center. There will be a new and expanded Math Accounting Physics Engineering Learning (MAPEL) Center, a small office suite for science faculty, lounge spaces and two (2) new elevators. These changes will take place in Phase One of the project. Before work can begin on Phase One, however, Phase Zero must be completed.
Phase Zero: Phase Zero is the term used to
describe the consolidation of all occupants in the building on both floors of
the north side. This isolates and protects the occupants during the renovation
of the south side of the building. The relocation of counseling and other
student services from the first floor to the second floor was completed at the
end of May. Financial Aid is expected to move at the end of September and the Admissions Office is scheduled to move at the beginning of October.
Phase One: The Board of Trustees awarded the
construction contract during their May 2016 meeting. The contract has been
submitted to the Board of Public Works for approval, and a notice to proceed is
expected to be issued to Hess Construction + Engineering Services in early October 2016.
While this project is underway, there will be two time lapse cameras outside, aerial photos will be posted, and a dynamic 3D model will be in the making.
Phase One construction has an estimated building opening date of spring 2019.
PG Building Undergoing Renovations During Fall 2016 Semester
The PG Building will remain open while construction is ongoing. Crews will be completing extensive repairs to the exterior of the building including windows, doors, insulation, and exterior wall coatings. Although these repairs will not change the overall look of the building, they will strengthen the structure and cause PG to be a much more energy efficient building.
Due to construction at the PG building, a temporary pedestrian walkway has been constructed to replace the sidewalk behind PG that leads to the High Technology & Science Center (HT). Also, the traffic pattern for the road that leads from Parking Lot #5 (behind PG) to Parking Lot #4 (Behind HT/BE) has been temporarily modified for one-way traffic only.
As with all construction on campus please obey any temporary signage and
other safety instructions that may appear from time to time.
For the Facilities Master Plan see the Planning, Design and Construction website.