Aren’t Construction Areas For Constructing?

I always thought that construction areas were for construction, or at least for destruction. Either way works, as long as there are people actually working I don’t have a problem with it. But whenever I walk by the construction areas on Winthrop’s campus, I never see anyone working.

Granted, I don’t always pay too much attention to what’s going on in there. And I don’t go by these construction areas unless I’m going somewhere else. But you’d think that there would be someone working every once in a while.

The problem isn’t that people aren’t working. I’ve gotten used to that driving by road construction that lasts far longer than it needs to. It’s that almost every construction area on campus is in a spot where people are forced to either take the long way to get somewhere or are squeezed into an area that is barely wide enough for two people across to fit, let alone the five that try it.

The biggest problem is the area around Peabody. I have not seen anyone doing anything in there since the fence was erected except for a few people standing inside talking and holding clipboards. There might be something going on inside the building, but I haven’t heard anything either.

How are the construction areas effecting you? Do you wish that the work would just get done? Wouldn’t it make sense to finish one project before starting another?


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