Time-Lapse Video of Washington University’s East End Transformation

By on July 3, 2018

St. Louis Business Journal:  Washington University embarked on the “most expensive” construction project in the school’s history when it broke ground on the $280 million east end transformation in May 2017.

The university is showcasing the first 13 months of work through a time-lapse video that cameras have captured at the site from three vantage points every 10 minutes since the groundbreaking. Watch the video above.

Transformation of the east end of Wash U’s campus includes eight major components, including three new academic buildings, an expansion of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, two new multi-use facilities, an underground parking garage and the new Ann and Andrew Tisch Park.

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