July 2, 2007

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Saddlemire demolition to begin soon

The Saddlemire Student Services Building has been vacated, paving the way for demolition of what’s commonly been called “the round building” on campus.

The 40-year-old landmark is being leveled to make room for the future Wolfe Center for the Arts. The start date of the demolition is still uncertain, but a required notice to proceed will be issued to the contractors on Tuesday (July 3).

Moving their equipment on site after the notice is issued will be Baumann Enterprises of Garfield Heights, the demolition contractor; Romanoff Electric of Toledo, and Helm & Associates, mechanical and plumbing contractors from Maumee.


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