In photos: Continued progress of Administration Building demolition
Crews continue to work on project that will make way for new campus gateway
Demolition of the Administration Building at Bowling Green State University is well underway — and moving quickly.
Removal of the aging building is part of the University's plan to revitalize the western edge of the Bowling Green campus, which will be home the new Campus Gateway.
Construction on the gateway will begin in Spring 2022 and is scheduled for completion in Fall 2022. Sustainability is a key part of the project, as much of the material that comes from the Administration Building will be recycled and more trees will be planted to replace those that were removed.
Photos show the progress in the first week of demolition.
The Administration Building as shown on Wednesday, Nov. 10, the first day of demolition.
The wrecking ball begins to break through the top floors of the Administration Building on Wednesday, Nov. 10.
The Administration Building, at the corner of Thurstin Avenue and East Court Street, will make way for BGSU's new campus gateway, which is scheduled to be completed in 2022.
Construction crews continue to demolish the Administration Building on Friday, Nov. 12.
A drone photo shows the continued progress on the Administration Demolition on Saturday, Nov. 13.
One side of the Administration Building has come down on Monday, Nov. 15.
The Administration Building, or what remains of it, as shown on Tuesday, Nov. 16.