Millennium Science Complex Coming Along

November 1, 2009 at 7:19 pm 2 comments

sm MSC panorama

I went up to Eisenhower Auditorium this afternoon to see the annual Greek Sing—more about that in a later blog post—and afterward I thought I’d drive up to the roof of the Eisenhower Parking Deck to take a look down on the construction site for the Millennium Science Complex.

The photo above is a panoramic composite of four photos I took of the site. (Click on it to see a bigger version.) You can see Mount Nittany in the background toward the left-hand side of the photo, and the Pollock dorm complex in front of Mount Nittany. At about 2 o’clock in the photo is the Thomas Classroom Building at the intersection of Pollock and Shortlidge roads.

To see how much progress has been made on the Millennium Science Complex, contrast the photo above with this one that I took in July (or this bigger version of that same shot). More dirt back then—more concrete now.

The building is an ambitious one—read more about it here. It should be finished in 2011.

Tina Hay, editor

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