Beginning July 23 and continuing through August 17, crews will paint the university light poles along Woody Hayes Drive between Kenny Road and Olentangy Bridge, between 6 a.m. and mid-afternoon daily. One lane eastbound and one lane westbound will be maintained. Traffic control personnel will be on hand to direct pedestrians.
Associate Vice President of Facilies Operations and Development, Lynn Readey, was recently featured in Columbus Business First. Readey's path to Ohio State was a unique one. She started off working with pilots in the Air Force in the 1970s. Later she began a career in business litigation after earning a law degree from the University of Dayton. In 2005, she joined Ohio State, moving over to FOD in 2009.
UPDATE - Beginning June 30 early morning through late evening, and again on July 14 early morning through late evening, there will be a minimal sidewalk impact on the southeast corner of Neil Ave. and Annie & John Glenn Ave., for utility work.
A groundbreaking ceremony Friday, June 29, launched construction of the new venue for OSU Extension’s cutting-edge research and community engagement in Franklin County.
The 10,500-square-foot Kunz-Brundige Franklin County Extension Building is the first of three new facilities planned for Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory on The Ohio State University campus. This new building is made possible thanks to an $11 million gift from Patricia Brundige, which will also support two endowed Franklin County 4-H educator positions and an endowed Franklin County support fund.
Beginning July 9 at 7 a.m. and continuing through mid October, fencing will be in place on Hagerty Drive between the Faculty Club and Orton Hall to facilitate work on the Oval Reconstruction project. During the work day, flaggers will maintain 2-way traffic in one lane. After work hours daily, the fencing will be pulled back to accommodate traffic in 2 lanes. Temporary pathways have been constructed to accommodate ADA passage along the east sidewalk.
A project by Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP), ENGIE Services and The Ohio State University.
Third-Shift Staff Parking on Friday Evening (July 6) Third-shift staff with West Campus permits arriving after 6 p.m. on Friday should park in the 9th Avenue West Garage . Garage gates will be raised at 6 p.m. to allow vehicles to enter the garage. Staff holding permits with garage access may continue to park in any available staff garage. Staff Parking on Saturday (July 7)...
Beginning July 2 at 7 a.m. and continuing through July 20 late afternoon, between the hours of 7 a.m. through 5 p.m. daily, a lane restriction will be in place on College Road at Annie & John Glenn Avenue, for utility work. During this time, traffic control officers will be on hand to assist with traffic flow, as follows, with traffic resuming its normal operations in the evenings and overnight:
Northbound College Road traffic may continue north, but not turn west onto Annie & John Glenn Avenue. Eastbound Annie & John Glenn Avenue traffic may turn only south onto...
Beginning June 29 at 1 p.m. and continuing through July 1 evening, and again beginning July 6 at 1 p.m. and continuing through July 8 evening, the drive area east of Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute will be staged for a crane lift and construction materials and vehicles. Access to the Doan Hall loading docks will be maintained.
UPDATE - In July, utility work will begin in the Buckeye Village area for the Covelli Center for a new gas line to support the Covelli Center. Some of this work will take place from north of Mahoning Court to southwest of the Recreation Hall (locations are proximate and subject to change). A minimum of five holes will be dug as access points to install a new gas line. Safety is our top priority, and each location will be surrounded with chain link fencing at all times. Crews expect the holes to be uncovered for two weeks before being backfilled...
Construction of the new Austin E. Knowlton Executive Terminal and Aviation Learning Center at the Don Scott Airport is almost complete. Columbus Business First published an article about the project, which is set to finish up in August 2018. The facility includes a new terminal and space for learning for aviation students, all in one. Previously, there were multiple buildings serving the different needs.