Update 6/5/2020: Bike markings install along 13th Avenue from Agate St to University St have been rescheduled to the week of 6/15 and is dependent on weather. During install the street will remain open but with some minor disruption. All other project related work is complete.
Update 5/21/2020: The repaving of 13th Ave has been completed and the street is reopened for traffic. Due to the need for dry weather the paint striping work has been postponed to this Saturday, 5/23. Western Asphalt Maintenance will perform this work. The City of Eugene will perform their striping work on Tuesday/Wednesday, 5/26-27. Another contractor, JBL, plans to install the thermoplastic bike markings the week of June 1st. Campus users can expect minor disruptions to traffic and some parking restrictions in order to conduct this work. All this work is weather dependent and the schedule may change. The contractors will keep the project manager updated if anything changes.
For the finalized schedule, Wildish Construction will perform the cold plane mill on Tuesday (May 19th) and pave on Wednesday (May 20th). During this time, they will keep one lane open with limited, restricted access, and flaggers. Paint striping/bike street markings will happen afterward on Thursday (May 21st). This portion of work is being contracted separately by UO’s Transportation Services and Design and Construction. All work is weather dependent. The contractor will keep the project manager updated if anything changes.
Project Timeline: Week of May 18, 2020
Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted: 13th Avenue from Agate Street to approximately 200 yards east of University Street.
Details: CPFM Design & Construction is tentatively planning the repaving of 13th Avenue from Agate Street to approximately 200 yards east of University Street. The project involves a partial asphalt mill and overlay to smooth out the street surface. Construction is tentatively planned for the week of May 18th. During this time, the street will remain open but be restricted to limited local traffic, some deliveries, and emergency vehicles.
It is advised that users seek alternative parking and routes, or limit vehicle access to buildings around the project during construction. Campus users can expect to see and hear heavy equipment, trucks, construction workers, possible jack-hammering, and the smell of hot asphalt.
Contact: If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Theo Davis, CPFM Project Manager, 541-346-1012