On Friday (4/3), from early morning to mid afternoon, Millikin Road will be closed for a crane lift to McCracken. Pedestrians will be detoured to the east sidewalk. Vehicle access to the loading dock area at Baker Systems Engineering, from Annie and John Glenn Ave., will be blocked. Alternate ADA parking is available at Tuttle Park Place Garage and at Northwest Garage.
On Saturday (4/4), from early morning through late afternoon, the eastbound lane of 12th Avenue by Postle Hall will be closed for a crane lift to Doan Hall. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the westbound lane with the assistance of traffic control officials. Access to Doan Hall and to the 12th Avenue Garage will be maintained. Signage will detour pedestrians to the north sidewalk.
UPDATE Mar 26 - Beginning Thursday (3/25) and continuing through Tuesday (3/31), crews will be working at five locations to troubleshoot and help remediate issues brought on by last week's rainfalls, resulting in short-term lane restrictions, as warranted.
Service Building Annex area Woody Hayes Drive west of Olentangy River Road Olentangy River Road by the Coffey Road Sports Center Cannon Drive and John Herrick Drive Tuttle Park Place and the RPAC loop
On Thursday (3/26) and Friday (3/27), each morning and each afternoon, College Road at Annie and John Glenn Avenue will experience a lane restriction to accommodate utility work. Traffic will be maintained. The Buckeye Village (BV) CABS route will be rerouted, servicing RPAC and turning back around on Tuttle Park Place to continue its normal route. It will not service University Hall, Arps Hall, Blackburn and Mason Hall bus stops.
While World Water Day comes just once a year, Brenda VanCleave doesn’t limit her water conservation to a single day. Instead, the Facilities Operations and Development (FOD) water resource engineer finds ways to integrate her morale responsibility into her favorite hobby.
“My garden at my house is my getaway,” VanCleave said.
VanCleave has been tending to her garden for the past 15 years and finds that it’s the perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors.
“I have a rain barrel that can feed the garden,” VanCleave said, with an unwavering commitment to sustainability and water conservation....
Beginning Monday (3/23) early morning and continuing through Friday (3/27) late afternoon, westbound traffic on Medical Center Drive south of Dodd Hall will be reduced to one lane to accommodate utility work. Access to the Davis Medical Research Center will be maintained.
Beginning on Thursday (3/19), all Columbus campus academic and administrative buildings will change to restricted access by having exterior doors locked. We are taking these additional steps to support the safety and security of the university community as well as the requirement that all employees who can do so work from home. The Department of Public Safety will perform additional building checks during this time.
In the limited circumstances that your work requires you to access a locked facility, please utilize keycard access entrances, if available. For locked buildings, packages and deliveries from Ohio State’s Stores and Receiving will...
The health and safety of our campus community is our top priority. Facilities crews responsible for academic and administrative space are cleaning high touchpoints daily such as door handles, faucets, elevator controls, handrails and more. We encourage all staff to follow proper hygiene and regularly wipe down surfaces to disinfect their desk and workspace. If you believe your individual office requires professional cleaning, please contact Service2Facilities by calling 614-292-4357.
Our facilities teams have a protocol in place to evaluate all requests and determine appropriate action in accordance with guidance from the CDC and public health officials.