Spring semester classes for the Washington College of Law’s 1,478 students will begin at the new campus on January 11, 2016.
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Law school faculty and staff expect to begin moving their offices to the new campus starting in November. The former law school on Massachusetts Avenue will house administrative offices – and potentially retail.Read more
If you ever wondered if American University actually monitors whether its contractors are following parking restrictions in the neighborhood, we found some proof they do as we drove by the future home of the Washington College of Law this morning. Two vehicles parked on the 4100 block of Warren Street had paper notices plastered to their windshields and driver-side windows alerting theirRead more
by Megan Goodman Check out these side by side comparisons of three current locations under construction and what they’ll look like when complete. Atrium Construction, Aug. 22, 2014 Atrium Rendering Nebraska Wing Construction, Aug. 22, 2014 Nebraska Wing Rendering Construction of Walkway Between Nebraska and Yuma Wings, Aug. 22, 2014 Walkway Between Nebraska and Yuma Wings Rendering ThisRead more
The two cranes towering over the American University Tenley Campus are visible signs that construction of the new Washington College of Law has moved into its next phase. Excavation of the site is complete, and the Whiting-Turner Contracting Company is now conducting concrete work. Currently construction workers are installing under slab utilities for the lower parking garage level, as well asRead more
The final American University Community Liaison Committee (CLC) meeting of 2013 ended the year on a high note. Focused primarily on providing updates on current construction at the Tenley Campus and planned construction at the East Campus, David Dower, Assistant Vice President of Planning and Project Management, said that both projects are proceeding on schedule. “Things are moving along very quickly” atRead more
Structural demolition at the American University Tenley Campus began this week as construction of the new Washington College of Law moved into the next phase. According to the university, Congressional Hall, Federal Hall and Constitution Building will be torn down, while the historic Dunblane House and Capital Hall will be preserved and integrated into the new law school campus. Dunblane,Read more