construction: AMUC: Emory student center


 DUC-ling site renovation  

Map of pedestrian traffic detours

Campus Construction. Emory continues to create pedestrian friendly outdoor spaces. The top photo shows  renovation underway to create such a space where the DUC-ling interim dining facility once stood. In keeping with Emory's commitment to sustainability, the major components of the facility were passed on for use by another institution. The map above illustrates the blue and red detour routes for pedestrian traffic as construction moves torward conclusion. Bollards will be installed on Dickey Dr. near Raoul Hall and Dobbs Hall and brick pavers on Dickey near Dobbs and south of McDonough Field. Concrete on the westside of the ESC North Tower will be replaced. Signage will direct pedestrians to the detours represented by blue and red arrows on the map. All work described above will be completed by August 18, prior to the return of students. Click on the map to access a larger PDF image.


Kaldi's Coffee interiorKaldi's Coffee team

Kaldi’s Coffee hosted the grand opening of its Emory Student Center location on July 18, featuring new food selections, cold brew coffee on tap, nitro cold brew coffee on tap, an extensive Firepot Tea selection, comfortable and colorful indoor seating, and a large patio. The coffee company’s other on-campus locations continue to serve the Emory community. Top photo: The comfortable and colorful interior of Kaldi's at the ESC. Bottom photo: Kaldi's general managers Jordan Higgs (left) and Scott Hoffman (right) join Kaldi's owner Tricia Zimmer Ferguson for a brief break during the grand opening.