The College of New Caledonia will start work next week on a $1.1 million renovation of its main entrance in Prince George.
The project is expected to last through the rest of the summer and fall, CNC said in a release. As a result, access to the main campus will be via the west entrance, located between the dental building and the gym. That entrance includes amenities for people with accessibility needs.
The renovation will see the replacement of the concrete and brick in front of the main entrance to address water issues, removal of the large concrete arches outside the main entrance, installation of new flower beds and vegetation between the entrance and amphitheatre, and widening of the sidewalk alongside the short-term parking spots.
Signs will help guide students, staff, and visitors around the construction site to alternate entrances and exits.