Monday, May 18, 2015

New TTU Campus Pictures - 5/18/2015

Lot's of construction taking place on campus as summer gets underway here on the south plains.

The group features shots of phase one of the research park, the Jones AT&T Stadium seat replacement project, the new addition to the Jerry Rawls College of Business Administration building, the new Bayer Crop Science Seed Innovation building and greenhouses, the new public art piece near the architecture building, the new Plant and Soil Science addition, and the new campus beautification projects near the main entrance and dairy barn areas.

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

New TTU Campus Pictures - 5/5/2015

I haven't had the opportunity to take many reflection shots lately, but last night's storm gave me plenty of puddles to shoot in today!

Thursday, April 16, 2015

New TTU Campus Pictures - 4/16/2015

This set features shots of both beautification projects on campus (Main entrance and dairy barn areas), the Jones AT&T Stadium seat replacement project, and the new Plant and Soil Science addition.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

New TTU Campus Pictures - 4/7/2015

The tulips may have come and gone, but there is still plenty of color across campus as spring hits full stride.

The Texas red bud trees and wisteria are now in full bloom and the other trees are leafing out as well.

This group of shots features the colors across campus, the new addition to the Plant and Soil Science building, the new campus beautification projects, the seat renovation project at Jones AT&T Stadium.

The fountain near the main campus entrance has been refurbished and is running again. They have re-done they fountain with the same type of stone that you find on many of the buildings across campus.

It looks like new seats will be going into Jones AT&T Stadium soon. Crews are working on the seating bowel prepping it for the new seats.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

New TTU Campus Pictures - 3/25/2015

The tulips are in full bloom across campus as spring as arrived on the south plains. The snow and ice from a couple of weeks ago hurt the early blooms, which caused some inconsistency across campus and not all areas flowered at the same time.