Campus water tower gets a facelift

Fresno State’s 57-year-old campus water tower has a fresh look, just in time for the new school year. The water tower got a new coat of white paint and two vinyl logos were applied to reflect the university’s recent branding initiative.

Both logos are 15 feet wide and 10 feet high. On the west side of the water tower is the new campus logo, incorporating the words “Fresno State” with the well-recognized dog-paw symbol. The east side of the tower features the four-paw Bulldog logo commonly associated with the athletics program.

The tower stores the campus drinking water. With fall semester classes starting Aug. 22, students will also notice several other improvements around campus.

Construction projects completed over the past year include: the new Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market, the Foster Farms Poultry Education and Research Facility, smart classroom technology upgrades, a new North Gym multi-purpose room, a bike path and pedestrian walkway on Chestnut Avenue and Bulldog Stadium restroom improvements.

The new 10,726-square-foot Meyers Sports Medicine Facility is also nearing completion and is scheduled to open this summer.

For more information, contact Eddie Hughes at 559.278.4378.

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