We have confirmation that Anderson Roofing will be working on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th. We have asked that they concentrate on the penthouse roof for all three days, which means radio communication will be shut down for the weekend.
We just received word from the contractor on the PLC Roof project that they will not be working this weekend due to the potential for rain. There will be no radio communication shut down as stated in the description below.
Begin: Monday, June 22nd, 2020
End: Thursday, July 23rd, 2020
Building and Area Impacted: PLC (Prince Lucien Campbell), plus Kincaid Street, just south of 14th Street.
Scope: Removal and reroofing of the top level, and the mechanical room.
A large crane will be placed on Kincaid Street, just south of the intersection with 14th Avenue.
Kincaid Street will be closed per the Traffic Safety plan for at least the first two weeks of construction and possibly into the third week of July 6 – 10.
Vehicular and pedestrian traffic will be impacted, as well as parking.
Penthouse work and therefore radio communications shut downs, will be on weekends only. The weekend of June 27 and 28 July 3rd, 4th, and 5th, and the weekend of July 11th and 12th will see shutdowns. If needed, and if it does not interfere with UO activities, Anderson will work on the penthouse the weekend of July 4, but because this is a holiday they are trying to give the crew the time off.
Extra Notes: Anderson Construction has requested use of a bathroom on the top floor of the PLC. They will provide a portable toilet on the roof and on the street but would like to have access to running water mainly as part of the COVID response. This bathroom would not see a great deal of use. There are two bathrooms on the south side near the roof entrance. Please let me know what you think-we do not want to increase risk of exposure to people in the building.
Work Performed By: Anderson Construction
Contact: Luke Helm, CPFM Owner’s Representative, 541-346-8216
Update 11/22/19: We just learned this morning that the sculpture installation planned for next week will need to be rescheduled. A notice will be sent when the new dates have been determined.
Beginning Monday, November 25th at 7:00 am, through Wednesday, November 27th at 5:00 pm, JSMA will be installing a large scale sculpture in the museum’s north courtyard, with the assistance of a crane. This will affect the JSMA parking lot, bike cage, security entrance, north courtyard, and sidewalk adjacent to the north courtyard.
During September 14th and 15th, Parking Lot 12B, North of Klamath & Streisinger, will be closed while a crane sets ductwork and miscellaneous construction components on the roof of Klamath Hall. This is the last large crane mobilization for the renovation project. Remaining crane work will be contained within the Streisinger Hall loading dock. Klamath Hall occupancy will NOT be effected during the time.
Work will be performed by Lease Crutcher Lewis.
For questions or concerns, please contact Denise Stewart at 541-335-1258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Saturday, 1/12/19, there will be a crane delivery at the University Health, Counseling, & Testing Center to support the on-going Expansion & Renovation Project. The crane will be located within the current construction fence per the attached drawing. On Monday, 1/14/19, the project will begin receiving steel deliveries and erecting the steel structure. Steel activities will continue for several weeks. All steel deliveries will enter the construction area before being unloaded. Steel deliveries will cause some minor traffic disruptions to 13th Ave at Beech Street. Lease Crutcher Lewis will manage these activities and use flaggers to assist with deliveries. The south sidewalk of 13th Ave, adjacent to the Health, Counseling, & Testing Center is closed. Pedestrians should observe the signage and use the north sidewalk along 13th Ave. (adjacent to Oregon Hall) and avoid walking in the street along the construction fence.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Owners Representative Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216.
On November 5 and 6 the Tower Crane at Tykeson Hall will be dismantled onto trucks into Johnson Lane south of Tykeson at the entrance to parking lot 25. Access to the parking lot and JSMA loading dock will be maintained, however, expect delays.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Martina Oxoby email@example.com at 541-346-5880.
On Oct. 1, 2018, from 7:30 am – 9:30 am, parking lot 34A will be partially obstructed by a crane used to lift two Mammoth sculptures from 15th Ave. into the courtyard of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Access to the lot will be very limited. The staging of the crane, flatbed, and flagged control points are shown in the diagram. Please be aware of the activity in this area during this time.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Manager George Bleekman at 541-346-2625.
As part of the Tykeson project, the below logistics map shows the scope of work for the tower crane which will be constructed next Monday, March 5, 2018, and Tuesday, March 6, 2018. This work requires a truck to be parked in the west end of Johnson lane, north of the access lane to JSMA and Parking Lot #25. A truck will be in place the morning of March 5, starting at 8:00 am and in place all day March 6. Access to the JSMA lot will remain open with a flagger to direct traffic.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Martina Oxoby at 541-346-5880.
Due to the Pacific Hall B-2 Renovations, the west side of the south wing will need to be vacated in Pacific Hall on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 5:00 am – 6:00 pm to allow for an additional crane pick to move equipment onto the roof.
This will impact rooms 318 – 323.
For questions or concerns, please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Nick Pritchard 541-346-9139.
As part of the ongoing renovations the Pacific Hall north wing, Cascade Annex west and Parking Lot 12A will be closed due to crane activity from October 6, 2017 starting at 6:00 pm through October 8, 2017 at 4:00 pm . This will impact parking and pedestrian traffic to Lawrence Hall and Onyx Bridge.
For questions or concerns, please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Nick Pritchard 541-346-9139.
Due to crane staging related to construction activities on the west side of Pacific Hall, the entire South Wing will have to be vacated on Saturday, September 9, 2017, from 5:00 am – 5:00 pm to ensure the safety of building occupants. The North Wing will remain open. If any users require access to the building, it must be coordinated with CPFM Design and Construction ahead of time.
For questions, concerns or building entry coordination please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Nick Pritchard 541-346-9139.
On Thursday, August 17th, from 7:00 am until 3:00 pm, we will be placing a sculpture in the new residence hall green space (East of Columbia Street opposite the Olum Center). We will be placing a mobile crane between the new residence hall and global scholars hall. This activity should not impact Columbia Street, but please be aware that this overhead activity will be taking place and use caution. A safety perimeter around the site will be set up, along with flaggers.
Work will be performed by Walsh Construction and Froelick Gallery.
For questions or concerns about how this may affect your area, contact George Bleekman, Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) Design and Construction at 346-2625.
Starting June 21, 2017, and running through July 14, 2017, a Crane will be onsite between the Knight Library and Gerlinger Annex. This work is related to the elevator project. Contractors will be removing a section of the roof and performing demo and removal of existing elevator equipment, installation of steel for new roof system and new elevator equipment. Please review the below map for the Crane staging location.
For questions about this project, please contact CPFM Owners Representative Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216
Due to the installation of new rooftop mechanical equipment on the Knight Library Kincaid Street will be vacated by the City of Eugene the night of 2/28/17 thru 5:00 pm 3/3/17 from just north of 14th to the cul-de-sac south of the Knight Library loading dock. This is necessary to accommodate the crane staging.
3/1 – 3/3 between 8:00 am, and 3:00 pm contractors will be lifting new mechanical equipment onto the Knight Library roof. Rooms located on the west side of Knight Library with windows facing the street and adjacent rooms, must be vacated during this time. Bike racks and pedestrian traffic on the NW side of the Library will be temporarily closed for the safety of the campus community.
For more information on how this may impact your area, please contact Jana Gerow at 541-346-8317.
**This notice REPLACES the previously scheduled February 6 and 7, 2017 crane pick event**
During the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm Tuesday, 2/14/17 all types of traffic; automotive, bike and foot traffic, will be restricted from where vehicles turn off of 18th to the north, to access the Hayward Cell tower construction site. This will also include a 90-foot radius around the tower as shown in the attached drawing.
On either Monday, 2/13 or by 7:00 am the morning of Tuesday, 2/14, (depending on weather and traffic) the crane will arrive on site and be set up. The crane will have a 120’ boom. Trucks with portions of the cell tower will arrive by 9:00 am and stage/park on 18th where hooded meters are located. The tower which currently stands approximately 129 feet from the ground, will have internal antennas placed on the tower, an outer sheath, small antennas put on the south face at approximately 45 feet off the ground and when the assembly is completed will stand 159’ tall. Following the sheath, the crane will be disassembled and removed from the site, either before 7:00 pm on 2/14/17 or the next day 2/15.
** Please honor all traffic control barriers, signs, and flagmen. PLEASE avoid this area of the campus these days as much as possible.**
For questions about this project, please contact Jana Gerow at 541-346-6837.
Due to the installation of a replacement motor for the smoke evacuation system fan on Lewis Integrative Science Complex, the two north-eastbound lanes of Franklin will be temporarily closed on Saturday, January 28, 2017, from 7 am – 5 pm for crane staging and operation. This closure will also affect the pedestrian path under the grand oaks, and the exit from the east fire stair (except during emergency egress). These areas will be monitored to prevent entrance into the work zone. Contractors will be on site providing traffic and pedestrian control. The 4th floor east wing of Lewis Integrative Science Complex will be temporarily closed during the placement of the motor to ensure the safety of the campus community. As part of this work, it is necessary to test the smoke evacuation system which will cause windows and doors to automatically open. These will close when the testing is complete.
For questions regarding this project contact Bruce Budzik at 541-346-8834.
As part of the Knight Library HVAC project, on January 11, 2017, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. contractors will be placing a crane to lift steel beams approximately 20 feet in length onto the Knight Library roof, by picking them off of trucks in the area of the crane. The actual pick time of the steel is scheduled between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. However the crane will be delivered and set up, and steel trucks will be arriving around 9:00 a.m.
This will affect access to the sidewalks east of the Knight Library, the drive behind Gerlinger Annex and the Gerlinger Annex side yard.
For questions or concerns regarding this notice, please contact Jana Gerow at 970-640-0176.
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