Lancaster – The last of the summer remodeling work is underway at Ohio University Lancaster. Two rooms in Herrold Hall are being repainted and getting new flooring.
"We are updating areas on campus in phases," said Lancaster Dean Jim Smith. "We're replacing flooring based on need and these two rooms need to be addressed."
The rooms are 215 A and 218. One of the rooms is a computer lab where the carpet is bubbling. It is a trip hazard for faculty and students. Both rooms are being painted beige to match the new color scheme that has been selected for campus. The work should be completed in Herrold Hall by the end of next week.
Earlier this summer, the third floor of Brasee Hall had remodeling work done. The carpet was replaced and the walls were repainted. The third floor is where the OUL Information Office and the Student Services Offices are located. The Community and Corporate Learning Office and some faculty offices are also located on the floor.
All the work was done over the summer so as to not interfere with classes. Fall semester at Ohio University Lancaster begins August 26.