Piper Hall demolition to impact campus starting Dec. 12

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Piper Hall demolition to impact campus starting Dec. 12

Piper Hall
Craig Chandler | University Communication and Marketing
Piper Hall is scheduled for demolition during the university's winter shutdown. A construction fence is scheduled to be in place starting Dec. 12 and may block pedestrian traffic between 16th and 17th streets. The work will also impact parking on the east side of the building.

The demolition of Piper Hall will impact the University of Nebraska–Lincoln community starting Dec. 12.

Piper Hall is located on 16th Street at the southern end of Neihardt Center. A construction fence will be installed around Dec. 12 and is expected to block the east-west walking path that extends from 16th and S streets to campus buildings and parking along 17th Street.

Members of the campus community should plan to use an alternative path (north to Vine Street, or south to R Street) to cross 16th and 17th streets during finals week and the winter shutdown.

The work will also impact parking in the lot east of the building. Contact Parking and Transit Services for more information.

The demolition, which will take place during the university’s winter shutdown, is part of a larger renovation of Neihardt Center. To facilitate the work, the Center for Advocacy, Response and Education, and Student Advocacy and Support will relocate to the second floor of Pound Hall. They will remain in the temporary space until the Neihardt Center renovation is complete, which is scheduled for fall 2024.

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