ZIRC Geotechnical Shallow Drilling Advisory 1/29/2020

Begin:  Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 8:00 am

End:      Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 5:00 pm

Building or Area Impacted:  Area around ZIRC

Scope:  A geotechnical investigation will be performed to gather subsurface information around ZIRC.  A trailer-mounted drill rig will be used to complete two shallow borings.

Services Impacted:  Access to the parking lot, street, and sidewalk, with the potential to affect parking in the highlighted area below.

Extra Notes:   Work will be performed by GRI.

ContactColin Brennan, Owner’s Representative, 541-346-8242 or 541-654-2972

Huestis Hall Exterior Washing 12/28/19 – 12/30/19

Begin:  Saturday, December 28th, 2019 at 8:00 am

End:      Monday, December 30th, 2019 at 10:00 am

Building or Area Impacted:  Huestis Hall Building Exterior

Scope:   Complete washing of building exterior

Services Impacted:  Please be aware of the lift staging area.  Walkways may be partially blocked, but will not interfere with ADA entrances.

ContactKevin Farthing, Assoc. Director Facilities Services Environmental Services at 541-346-2857

Onyx Bridge and Klamath Hall Loading Dock Access Advisory 12/18/19

Begin:  December 18, 2019 at 8:00 am

End:    December 18, 2019 at 12:00 noon

Building(s) Impacted:  Onyx Bridge and Klamath Hall

Scope:  A 53′ tuck will be parked at the loading dock for Onyx Bridge and Klamath Hall to unload a large delivery of furniture systems for the Willamette 100 classroom renovation project.

Services Impacted:  Loading dock access.

Contact:  Martina Oxoby, Owner’s Representative, 541-346-5880

 

 

McKenzie Hall Renovation Advisory Notice for North End of Second Floor 12/13/19 – 1/5/20

12/13/19 DATE REVISION:  Date should have read as 12/13 instead of 12/20

 

11/21/19 Original Notice:

On Friday, December 20th, 2019 December 13th, 2019, beginning at 12:00 noon, through Sunday, January 5th, 2020, renovations will take place on the north end of McKenzie Hall, on the 2nd floor.  Work will be done on rooms 240A and 240C but contractors will be using the north end of the building and, at limited times, the exit and ramp on the east side and the main entrance on the south side.

Power may be shut off to the rooms, but it will be localized as much as possible and for short periods.

The affected area will be off limits to students and staff during winter break, including the foyer area in between the rooms, extending to the exit on the east side, down the ramp, and along the sidewalk to the dumpster.

On January 2nd and 3rd, furniture delivery will take place from the south main entry, along the main hall, to rooms 240 A, B, and C.

Work will be performed by Preferred Construction, Rubenstein Carpet Contractors, PMG, Hyphn, and UO Facilities Services.

For questions or concerns, please contact Luke Helm at 541-346-8216 or lhelm@uoregon.edu.

Carson Hall Landscape Noise Advisory 11/29/19

On Friday, November 29th, at approximately 9:00 am to 11:00 am, landscape bark will be blown in amongst the trees and sidewalk strip along 13th Ave, on the north side of the street.  Noise will affect Carson Hall and possibly Huestis and Deschutes Halls.

Work will be performed by Lane Forest Products.

For questions or concerns, please contact Jane Brubaker at 541-912-5147 or jbru@uoregon.edu.

Huestis Hall Exterior & Window Washing 11/2/19-11/3/19

On Saturday, November 2nd, at 10:00 am through Sunday, November 3rd, at 5:00 pm the exterior of the building and the exterior windows will be washed at Huestis Hall. Due to the use of a lift, the walkways will be partially blocked, but will not interfere with ADA entrances.

There will possibly be exhaust from the power washer; U of O Facilities Services will work with the contractor to minimize this by positioning the power washer away from building air intakes

Please close all exterior windows on these dates.

Work will be performed by DDJ.

For questions or concerns please contact Kevin Farthing at kfarthin@uoregon.edu or 541-346-2857.

Event Closes Kincaid and 13th Ave to Alder Street Impacting Traffic, LTD, and Parking 10/25/19

Campus Community,

Due to the 2nd Annual Community Welcome block party on Friday, October 25, street closures in west campus will impact travel and parking. Starting at 6:00 a.m. and extending until 10:00 p.m. on the 25th, Kincaid Street between 12th and 14th will be closed as well as 13th Avenue between Alder and Kincaid.  Throughout the day, the South Kincaid LTD station will be relocated to 14th Avenue, and the North Kincaid station will be relocated to 12th Avenue.  LTD will put signage out indicating the temporary relocation.  Parking along Kincaid Street and 13th Avenue will be temporarily closed.

This event is encouraging the community to use public transportation on Friday, October 25th, due to street and parking closures.

For questions, please contact Larissa Ennis, Assistant Director of UO Community Relations 541-346-2054 or email lennis@uoregon.edu.

 

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.

Franklin Blvd Golf Carts and Grounds Equipment Crossing 8/16/19 – 8/19/19

All Operators of Golf Carts or Grounds Equipment,

Due to construction, operators need to use Agate Street as a crossing for Franklin Boulevard.  Agate Street can be accessed by going out the back gate of CPFM compound.  NO Golf Carts or Equipment can be driven on Franklin Blvd. – Crossing Only

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Scot Campbell at 346-2300 or scambel@uoregon.edu.

Per notice from 8/12/19

Parking Closures 8/16 – 8/19

Parking Lots 12A and 12B will be closed. Pedestrian, bike and cart detours will be in place as shown on the attached map.  Lots are closed to allow for placement and use of a 500-ton crane that will set supply air units and exhaust fans onto the Klamath Hall rooftop. Friday, August 16th will be used to set up the crane with a second crane. Saturday, August 17th and Sunday, August 18th will be used to crane equipment from trucks in lot 12A onto the Klamath Hall rooftop. Monday, August 19th will be used to take down the crane with a second crane.

 

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Parking Lot #25 and Loading Dock Closure 8/13/19 – 8/18/19

As part of the Tykeson Hall construction project, Fortis Construction and Delta Construction will be pouring sidewalks along Johnson Lane. This will shut down access to, and close, parking lot 25 and the JSMA loading dock between August 13 and August 18.

For questions or concerns, please contact Martina Oxoby at 541-346-5880 or moxoby@uoregon.edu.

 

University Street Road Closure 7/28

Facilities Liaisons,

Transportation Services is performing summer maintenance along University Street North and South Sunday, July 28.

University Street will experience intermittent closures Sunday beginning at 6:15 am.

The street parking will be closed the preceding Saturday for Sunday work.

The street parking will be re-opened as soon as the paint is dry.

Contact:

James McGladrey
Field Operations Manager
Transportation Services
541-346-2676

https://transportation.uoregon.edu/

 

East 15th Avenue Closure 8/5/19 – 8/16/19

On Monday, August 5th through Friday, August 16th, the west end of East 15th Ave will be shut down in order to re-route a sanitary line from the north east side of Knight Law School to Agate Street.  This is part of an early work package for the Hamilton and Walton Hall Transformation Project, and will affect the segment between Agate and parking lot 34A.  (The parking lot will remain open during this time.)  This sanitary line serves the west end of Knight Law School only, and we do not anticipate any building shutdowns required to perform this work.

There will be traffic control flaggers on Moss Street and 15th Avenue, limiting access west on 15th Avenue to local traffic only.  Detour signs will be posted on Agate and Moss Streets.

Work will be performed by Fortis Construction/Delta Construction.

For questions or concerns, please contact George Bleekman at 541-346-2625 or bleekman@uoregon.edu.

Franklin to close overnight for work on Knight Campus bridge starting July 8

Campus Community,

Overnight closures on Franklin Boulevard between Onyx and Agate streets are slated to begin July 8 while crews complete work on a skybridge, an important element of the new Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact.

Starting July 8 at 9 p.m. each evening and running until Labor Day, traffic will be reduced to one lane. At 10 p.m. all vehicular lanes will be closed in both directions, reopening to two lanes in each direction at 5 a.m. Clearly marked detours will guide traffic along Agate Street, East 18th Avenue, and Patterson and Hilyard streets.

The EmX bus and emergency vehicles are expected pass through the job site without being re-routed day and night. Work on the bridge is slated to be complete by Labor Day.
Closures are needed for crews to safely complete elements of the bridge that span the roadway. Signs will be posted on Interstate 5 to re-direct truck traffic bound for downtown Eugene to help minimize truck traffic in neighborhoods adjacent to campus. Other signs will be posted along Franklin Boulevard to address local traffic.

The bridge, which will connect the Lewis Integrative Science Building with the Knight Campus, is comprised of a structural steel frame that uses two butterfly arches and suspension cables. Crews from multiple labor trades will erect the structure one half at a time, gradually increasing the load of the bridge until it is 100 percent self-supporting.

By gradually increasing the loading, crews will be able to frequently test and retest structural integrity along the way. The construction plan underwent an independent third-party engineering evaluation to ensure maximum safety.

A third-party special inspector will provide an independent inspection of all bolted and welded connections as well. At the end of every night of work, the structure will be secure and safe for vehicles to travel under during the following day.

Once the structure is erected, it will then receive finish paint, architectural sheet metal panels, curtain wall glazing and interior finishes such as doors and flooring. The bridge is scheduled to be structurally complete by Labor Day, but will not open until the Knight Campus does, in the late spring of 2020.

Updates, lane closure schedules and detour routes are available on the Knight Campus website’s construction and traffic section.

https://around.uoregon.edu/content/franklin-close-overnight-work-knight-campus-bridge

KNIGHT CAMPUS SKYBRIDGE
The bridge will connect the Lewis Integrative Science Building with the Knight Campus
Width: 14 feet (walking area)/48 feet, 2 inches (arch to arch)
Length: 190 feet
Height: 35 feet (top of walking area)/50 feet, 8 inches (top of arches)
Weight: Approximately 500 tons (bridge itself is 300 tons, concrete footings are more than 200 tons)
Building materials: Structural steel, glass and sheet metal

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

 

13th Ave Road Closure 6/1 – Also Impacting Parking Lot #25

Campus Community,

As part of the Tykeson Hall project, 13th Ave will be closed on Saturday, June 1 from 7AM-5PM between Fenton and Tykeson Halls for asphalt repaving and patch repairs on 13th AVEAs an amendment to the plan, parking lot #25 will also be closed on Saturday for paving.  Work will be performed by Knife River and Fortis Construction.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Owner’s Representative Martina Oxoby moxoby@uoregon.edu at 541-346-5880.

[UPDATE] Closure at Onyx Street & 15th Ave Intersection 5/17 – 5/20

Campus Community,

I just learned that the scope of the work at the intersection has changed and the intersection will not be closed on Friday the 17th. The full intersection will be re-opened on Monday with some temporary paving (crushed gravel) in a portion of the travel lanes. The permanent fix will occur later this summer.

Thank you for your patience.

Michael A. Harwood, FAIA
Associate Vice President and University Architect
Campus Planning and Facilities Management
University of Oregon
maharwoo@uoregon.edu
(541) 346-8267

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

Facilities Liaisons,

As part of the Hayward Field Renovation, the contractor, Hoffman Construction has encountered a field condition related to grades that will require them to pour more concrete than they expected. This will necessitate closing the Onyx Street & East 15th Ave intersection starting at 6:00 am on May 17, removing the concrete in the morning and pouring the concrete in the afternoon. They would re-open the intersection at 6:00 am on Monday, May 20.  Access to the parking lot will not be affected.

For questions or concerns, please contact the CPFM Project Manager:

Michael A. Harwood, FAIA
Associate Vice President and University Architect
Campus Planning and Facilities Management
University of Oregon
maharwoo@uoregon.edu
(541) 346-8267

Hayward construction will cause traffic changes on East 15th

https://around.uoregon.edu/content/hayward-construction-will-cause-traffic-changes-east-15th

AtO March 22, 2019 – 9:31am

Starting April 10, construction on the two-year transformation of Hayward Field and East 15th Avenue will affect access to the Student Recreation Center, UO Psychology Clinic in Straub Hall and Earl Hall.

Access to East 15th Avenue will be fenced off at Onyx Street, and Onyx will have only one lane of traffic heading south.

A portion of the vehicle and bicycle parking on East 15th Avenue next to the Rec Center will be removed as part of the project, but access to the Rec Center’s main entrance on the north side of East 15th will be maintained. Vehicle access to the Rec Center will be via East 15th Avenue and Onyx, while East 15th will be restricted to westbound traffic only. Signs throughout the area will direct pedestrians to detours.

Patrons will be able to enter the psychology clinic via Straub Hall’s main doors on the west side of the building. Residents of Young and Stafford halls within Earl Hall will be able to reach the south-facing doors of those buildings by a fenced pathway that hugs the south side of Straub and Earl. The pathway will not allow access to East 15th Avenue or Onyx Street.

While parking spaces on Onyx Street will not be affected, users will need to access the psychology clinic by following signs around the north and west sides of Straub. Patrons with disabilities will be directed along an accessible route.

The street work will last into Fall May 2020. The East 15th Avenue transformation will progress eastward, allowing access to the Rec Center, Straub and Earl once again from the Onyx Street area, as portions of the project are completed. Access to the psychology clinic should return to normal by late June.

Closures, detours and access details are shown on a project map at the campus map site.

“We’ve pushed schedules and plans to take campus needs into consideration as much as we can, given the demands of the projects,” said Mike Harwood, associate vice president for campus planning and facilities management. “We reached out to the affected users to come up with the best workarounds that conditions give us. Our partner departments have been very helpful in letting us know their priorities.”

“We know this is challenging for users of these buildings,” Harwood said, “but ultimately the transformation of 15th Avenue into a nonmotorized mall is going to be great for all the student, faculty and staff pedestrians and cyclists that use this area so heavily.”

Construction workers and equipment will now enter and leave the site from both East 15th Avenue at Agate Street and the Onyx gate on the west side of East 15th, leaving campus via University Street.

EWEB Agate Street Water Main Replacement Starts 10/8

Campus Community,

Our utility provider EWEB requested we share information about an upcoming water main replacement along Agate Street. The water main is located in the west southbound parking strip. This will require city parking spots along the work zone to be vacated for the duration of the project. Pedestrian sidewalks and crosswalks will be impacted in this area and signage, and detours will be in place. City crews will be working each day from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm.

For questions or concerns please contact EWEB Chris Irvin, P.E. Senior Engineer, Water Engineering at 541-685-7619 christopher.irvin@eweb.org

University of Oregon Contact CPFM Design and Construction Sarah Follett 541-346-8264

This work is expected to start the week of October 8. The main construction will take 3-4 weeks with final disinfection and tie-ins following for a total project duration of approximately six weeks.

2018 Fall Street Faire Road Closure 13th Ave 10/10 – 10/12

Campus Community,

On October 10 – 12, 2018 the ASUO Fall Street Faire will have 13th Ave closed from University Street to Kincaid Street. Activity will begin in this area on October 9. Bike racks will be removed, and parking will be closed along 13th Ave to accommodate vendors.

For questions or concerns please contact event organizer Kylie MacDonald at 541-346-0622 or 541-346-7865

http://uoregon.orgsync.com/org/associatedstudentsofuo/programs_street_faire

Update! ESPN GameDay 2018 Closures and Detours 9/19 – 9/22

This update has been sent to building occupants in PLC and Condon.

Building Occupants,

Due to ESPN GameDay 2018 entry into the PLC north entrance and the Condon South Entrance entry is restricted.  Please use another exit if possible (emergency egress will be allowed).

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Work Control Center at 541-346-2319.

 

https://blogs.uoregon.edu/cpfmnotifications/2018/09/18/espn-game-day-2018-closures-and-detours-919-922/

Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 4:37 PM
Subject: ESPN GameDay 2018 Closures and Detours along Kincaid 9/19 – 9/22

Campus Community,

Starting Wednesday, September 19 at 5:30 am through Saturday, September 22 at 5:30 pm Kincaid Street from 13th ave to 15th ave will experience a northbound lane closure, east side parking closures, and bike rack removals to accommodate ESPN GameDay equipment along Kincaid Street.  There will also be fencing staged in the Quad outside of Condon Hall, Prince Lucien Campbell, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Knight Library, and Chapman Hall.  Please expect increased activity and congestion in this area.

Impacts:

Northbound lane closure on Kincaid from 13th Ave to 14th Ave
East Side parking on Kincaid from 13th Ave to 15th Ave
Several Bike Rack removals along Kincaid
Fencing Staged in Condon Hall, Prince Lucien Campbell, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Knight Library, and Chapman Hall Quad

Contact:  CPFM Work Control Center

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Work Control Center at 541-346-2319.

Riverfront Parkway Lane Closure 8/23

Campus Community,

Our Utility Provider EWEB will be pruning trees along Riverfront Pkwy on August 23, 2018, from 9:30 am – 3:00 pm.  The northbound lane of Riverfront Parkway will be closed during this time.  Signage will be in place to direct pedestrian and vehicular traffic.

Select this (link) to view traffic plan.

For questions or concerns, please contact:

UO  Transit and Parking Field Operations Manager James McGladrey at 541-346-2676.

EWEB contact Chris Hoffman Utility Forester EWEB Vegetation Management Program 541-685-7608.

 

Bean Hall Project Road Closures July 19, 2018

Campus Community,

There are two street closures for the Bean Hall Project on July 19th.

The first is a closure of 15th street between Bean and Global Scholars Hall from 6 AM to 8 AM. We will shut down the street with flaggers to detour traffic, set up the crane and lift the rooftop units.

The second closure will be Columbia Street between Hamilton Hall and the Alumni Center. We will be closing the parking spots in lot 37 as part of the closure. This closure will be from 6 AM – 3 PM. Access to the Columbia Garage will not be affected.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager George Bleekman 541-346-2625.

6/16 – 9/15: Hayward Utility Corridor Project Impacts

Campus Community,

From June 19, 2018 – September 15, 2018 all traffic access on the service road between LLC and Walton will be closed as part of the Hayward Utility Corridor project. For the remaining occupants in Walton wing Adams sewer reroute work will impact the buildings at times and will be communicated with Housing Staff directly.  Utilities have mostly been rerouted in advance to limit impacts during the overall construction dates.  Some additional electrical outages will happen during the summer months but will be coordinated in advance and communicated to Housing and Utilities and Energy.

For questions for concerns related to this summer utility project please contact CPFM Design and Construction Jana Gerow at 541-346-8317 or 970-640-0176.