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$45 million Hudson Building transforms Eye Center

The Duke Eye Center was transformed Monday when the Hudson Building—a four-story, 116,000-square-foot pavilion—was unveiled.

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Fuqua's Thomas Center to add new 5-story guest tower

The R. David Thomas Executive Conference Center is undergoing major renovations and expansion and will reopen in January 2017.

The University is installing air-conditioning in all dormitories on East Campus as the next step in its plan to install central air-conditioning for all freshmen residence halls.

AC coming to all dorms on East

The Class of 2019 now has one less reason to sweat about its first day at Duke.

The University is using the summer to continue construction on some of Duke's most iconic landmarks.

Summer remodeling: Construction update

With several of the University's icons under construction before the 2015-16 academic year, The Chronicle takes a look at the most notable renovation projects—past, present and future.

An addition to Cameron Indoor Stadium will create a bigger lobby into the venue and allow for hospitality services.

Wallace Wade renovations on track as Cameron Indoor addition begins

The first stage of renovations at Wallace Wade Stadium are expected to finish by Duke football's home opener Sept. 12—construction on Cameron Indoor Stadium will continue well into 2016.

Duke's storm water reusage reclamation pond opened May 8 and also features a walking path and amphitheater.

New reclamation pond a first for universities

Duke is the first university in the nation to have a storm water reclamation pond after its opening May 8.

Chapel Drive will be closed throughout the summer as it is re-paved, causing changes to transportation routes around campus.

Chapel Drive shut down until mid-August

In a summer marked by a high volume of construction, Chapel Drive is closed to pedestrians and motorists.

Renovations to Edens Quadrangle began Tuesday and will continue until November.

Edens renovations underway

A large glass entryway and new areas for gaming and fitness are among the additions to the quadrangle.

Worshipers enjoy final Duke Chapel service before renovations

In the final church service in the Duke Chapel before it is closed for renovations, worshipers were encouraged to keep the community spirit strong throughout the restoration period.

Two faculty house are being sold for $1 each to make room for a new Arts Center on Campus Drive. | Special to The Chronicle | Photo Illustration by Lesley Chen-Young

Two faculty houses to be sold for $1 to pave way for new Arts Center

This Fall, Duke will start construction of a new Arts Center that will provide a home for Duke’s Dance and Arts of the Moving Image programs.

Utilities upgrades add construction detours on Towerview

The project is a seven-month process to upgrade and relocate gas and hot water lines and centralizing Duke's power system affected portions of Towerview Road.

Duke has announced the relocation of many events that normally take place in the Duke Chapel while it undergoes renovation until Spring 2016.

University announces relocation of Chapel services during renovations

The Duke Chapel will be closing for renovations immediately following Commencement activities this year.

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Marketplace to undergo renovations in Summer

The Class of 2019 will have to ask each other two questions about where to sit at Marketplace: right or left and top or bottom.

Bryan Center main entrance to reopen in Summer

The new entrance—scheduled to reopen by July 14—will feature a single set of doors and a glass entry mimicking the design of Penn Pavilion.

West Union to open in phases

With the ground floor of West Union on track to open as expected in Spring 2016, the entirety of the building will not be fully operational until Fall 2016.

Mulch ado about nothing: after complaints, path redone with gravel

Duke has abandoned the academic quadrangle's mulch pathway leading to Perkins in favor of a new gravel path.

$53M Science Drive parking garage in progress

The parking garage, located on Science Drive and Cameron Boulevard, is being built to help alleviate the growing demand for parking on campus.

Upgraded Health and Fitness Center reopens

After eight months of renovations totaling $4 million, the Duke Health and Fitness Center will reopen today.

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Bryan Center construction kicks off

Crews spent the last several weeks doing demolition work—tearing down the first set of double doors in the building's main entrance.

The Edge, 'a space for exploration,' opens in Bostock

Welcome to the library of the future—you can write on the walls.

A portion of the Anderson Woods, pictured above, is the site of the new Health and Wellness Center scheduled to break ground in Spring 2015.

New Student Health location raises environmental concern

Since the announcement of the University's plans to develop the area, concerns over the research and teaching values of the Anderson Woods have been raised among Duke faculty and Anderson's family...

The Hudson Center, a new home for the Duke Eye Center, will accommodate more faculty and staff and better address patient needs.

Eye Center expands after decades in small space

The new facility, which started construction in 2012 and will finish July 2015, is being built in the parking lot next to the current Wadsworth Eye Center.

Plans for the reclamation pond began after a severe drought in 207.  The structure of the pond is completed and is beginning to fill with water.

After delays, reclamation pond to open May 2015

After a series of delays caused by "one of the wettest winters in history," the water reclamation pond is on track to open May 2015.

Bostock renovations set to wrap up in November

The first floor of Bostock's transformation into an interdisciplinary research space called "The Edge" is in full force and on schedule.

West Duke reopens following ceiling collapse, renovations

The West Duke building on East Campus reopened in mid-September after initial project delays, and the departments formerly housed in the building have been moving back in over the past several weeks.