December 17, 2014
CEU President and Rector John Shattuck hosted CEU Open Campus on Dec. 4, a festive pre-holiday event that brought the CEU community, residents and representatives of neighboring businesses together to celebrate the imminent start of the campus redevelopment project. Attendees got a glimpse of the plans for the new building at Nador utca 15 and examined a scale model plan of the ground floor of the contiguous buildings that will be built or renovated over the course of the project.
December 15, 2014
Video of CEU Renews: Shattuck Thanks Those Involved in Campus Redevelopment
December 8, 2014
http://valasz.hu/itthon/gigaberuhazas-keszul-a-pesti-belvarosban-ilyen-lesz-fotok-107375 - Hungarian news site hetivalasz.hu reported in-depth in its article entitled “A Mega Investment About to be Launched in Pest City – This is What It Will Be Like” about CEU launching a large-scale university campus redevelopment in the 5th district, lasting for at least four years.
December 5, 2014
The Budapest Business Journal reports on CEU's campus redevelopment project. http://www.bbj.hu/budapest/ceu-to-redevelop-its-downtown-campus_89174
December 4, 2014
For over two decades, CEU has served as an intellectual and cultural hub in the heart of Budapest. The University's campus redevelopment– which will break ground in early 2015 – will offer a bold and welcoming public presence, open and interconnected space, with cutting-edge technology, flexible classrooms and collaborative student spaces – encouraging open debate, public engagement and a lively, cohesive campus.
December 3, 2014
Hungarian economic daily Napi Gazdasag reports: CEU announced the redevelopment of its campus, starting January 2015. The redevelopment project has been designed by award-winning, Dublin-based architectural firm O'Donnell & Tuomey in tandem with Hungarian partner M-Teampannon. The project involves the renovation and new construction of approximately 35,000 square meters at the downtown campus. Other items of Hungarian coverage: http://www.napigazdasag.hu/cikk/30045/
December 3, 2014
Budapest, Dec. 3, 2014 – Central European University has announced that it will begin construction on the redevelopment of its campus in January 2015. The redevelopment project has been designed by award-winning, Dublin-based architectural firm O'Donnell & Tuomey in tandem with Hungarian partner M-Teampannon. The project involves renovation and new construction of approximately 35,000 square meters at the downtown campus.
November 18, 2014
Pal Baross, director of CEU’s Campus Redevelopment Office, fellow at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS), and chairman of the board at the Budapest Capital Asset Management Agency (BFVK), the government body handling the real estate belonging to the capital, discusses his move from the private sector to heading a local government body in an interview in the Budapest Business Journal. For the complete interview, see attachment.
November 18, 2014
The Campus Redevelopment Office has announced that all relocations have completed. The Nador utca 13 and Nador utca 15 buildings are no longer available for use. Medical Assistant Marta Verebes, who arranges reimbursement for medicines for students, has moved to Nador utca 11, Room 002.
September 29, 2014
http://www.tervlap.hu/cikk/show/id/3063 - Hungarian architecture portal tervlap.hu reports: Irish architects Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey have been awarded one of the most prestigious British architecture prizes. O’Donnell and Tuomey founded their firm in 1988 in Dublin.