Campus Construction

Hot Water, Steam Heat Shut Down: October 17 – 19, 2014

Repairs to the steam system require us to shut down the main campus hot water/steam heat system beginning at 9 p.m. Friday, October 17 until noon, Sunday, October 19.  OSHA regulations prohibit persons from occupying any building without hot water for sanitary purposes.

Closed Buildings: Buildings A, B, C, D, E, F, L, M, P, R, T, U and W.

Open Buildings: Avanté, Buildings I, J, S and V. These buildings are served via electric hot water systems and therefore will be occupiable. Facilities will monitor the ambient temperature in these buildings and work to keep them comfortable. The Observatory is not impacted by the steam work.

Thank you for your patience during these necessary repairs. If you have any questions, please contact Facilities Management, 847.925.6350. During off hours, please contact the Harper Police 847.925.6330.

Palatine Trail: 10/6/2014 – 10/20/2014

Installing a crosswalk, solar-powered flashing lights and a sidewalk at the southern corner of Parking Lot 4 to provide access from Lot 4 to the Palatine Park District’s Plum Grove Reservoir, playground and dog park. See Map PDF.

Building H Construction, through January 2015

The Career and Technical Education Center (Building H) is currently under construction. Select areas around the building are closed for construction. See Map PDF.

Parking Structure: Completed

  • All four floors of the structure will be open as of Monday, September 29. The Parking Structure is available for use by anyone who has purchased a parking subscription.
  • Access to campus from the Parking Structure and Lot 6 is available through Building J.

See Map PDF.

For an overview of the long range plans for Harper College, see the full Campus Master Plan.

Building D, the Parking Structure and East Campus Road Construction Projects Wrap Up

August 25 marks the first day of fall 2014 classes and the completion of several construction projects. This was not an easy year to undertake major construction; Mother Nature was not our friend. The polar vortex sent chills through buildings … Continue reading

Aug 24, 2014