LETHBRIDGE: The recovery process continues at the University of Lethbridge, after significant flooding last Wednesday night closed the University Centre for the Arts and the Library.
Both facilities were re-opened Monday, with the exception of level nine of the library, which still requires quite a bit of work.
Dr. Andy Hakin with the university went over the list of things crews are working on, "There's a lot of restoration work taking place, drywall removal in certain areas where water flowed through, some ceiling tile damage. Basically taking our time, assessing all damage very carefully for insurance purposes and making sure nothing is left out."
Hakin added that while they expect to have everything back up and running by the fall semester, summer sessions two and three will be relocated for the entire summer to allow restoration crews full time and access to work.
He also noted that they still haven't determined the full damage estimate.