The construction of the new Davies Center and the demolition of the old Davies Center are continuing at UW-Eau Claire.
Right now, work crews are in the process of removing asbestos from portions of the old Davies that are uninhabited.
Complete deconstruction won't be able to begin until staff can move into the new center.
The move is expected to take a few more weeks, at which point the deconstruction process can be completed.
The university says once the old Davies Center is torn down, the area where it stood will be turned into green area and the Little Niagara Creek will be freed to run through campus.
At the same time, we were able to get a sneak peak at the new Davies Center.
The 170,000 square foot building has features like a movie theater, a new alumni room, a large ballrom, and an outdoor terrace.
The 48.8 million dollar building is expected to be open at the end of July.