LSU gates being relocated, reconstructed
BATON ROUGE – LSU's gates, located at the corner of Nicholson Drive and West Chimes Street, are being relocated.
According to university officials, the gates are being relocated and restored as a part of the Nicholson Gateway Project.
The Lemoine Company began taking down the two entry gates to relocate and reconstruct them on new foundations at a safer distance from the street, officials say. The project is to improve and protect the original gates.
The new entry gates are scheduled to be completed in August.
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