Message to Campus Partners Regarding Landscape Protection 9/18/19

All Vehicle Users,

With the fall rains beginning to soften the earth, I’d like to take a moment to remind you that the campus landscape is a valuable asset to the University, one that is worth protecting just as any of our facilities are. A few simple guidelines will help protect our trees, lawns, and plantings for the enjoyment and education of our students and campus visitors alike.

Tips  Did you Know?
Follow driving guidelines Driving, and parking on lawns and landscape beds is permitted only with the approval of Campus Planning and Facilities Management.  Yes, even golf carts!
Use the EMU Scheduling Office
for your outdoor event
They will be able to assist you to make your event successful and avoid damaging practices like driving stakes into the ground and tying ropes to campus plants or fixtures
Contact Facilities Services Landscape Team for advice We are here to support campus activities as best we can, offering advice and guidance on landscape preservation and project planning to minimize your landscape repair costs

Thank you for helping to keep the campus beautiful.

Contact:  Phil Carroll

For questions or concerns please contact Landscape Supervisor Phil Carroll 541-246-0031.

Utility Connections Related to the Black Cultural Center Project Impacting Areas Along 15th Ave 6/18 – 6/22

Campus Community,

As part of the Black Cultural Center project, Andersen Construction will perform underground utility connections from Moss Street east along 15th Ave to the Black Cultural Center construction site. The work will occur between June 18 – 22 from 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM.

The north end of Villard Alley at 15th Ave will be closed from June 18 – 22. Deliveries or access should be rerouted from 17th Ave. The northern end of Moss Street at 15th Ave will be closed from June 19 – 22. Deliveries or access should be rerouted from 17th Ave. The sidewalk on 15th Ave between Moss Street and Villard Street will be closed. Pedestrian traffic will be rerouted to the north sidewalk.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Owners Rep Martina Oxoby at 541-346-5880

 

Survey Site Work at Collier House begins 12/3

Campus Community,

There will be site survey work beginning on December 3rd in the area where the Collier House is located. Crews will be working in the southwest corner area of the intersection of East 13th Avenue and University Street, adjacent to Johnson Hall.

Please contact Gene Mowery, Campus Design and Construction Owner’s Representative at 541-346-5593 or email gmowery@uoregon.edu if you have questions.