Beginning as early as Monday (3/25), construction fencing will be installed around the southeast corner of Neil Avenue and 11th Avenue to accommodate construction of the new Optometry Clinic and Health Sciences Faculty Office Building. Sidewalk closures will occur adjacent to the construction site.
A lane closure will occur on Neil Avenue to accommodate a covered walkway for detoured pedestrian traffic. On 11th Avenue, a temporary crosswalk will be added between the Fechko Alumnae Scholarship House and the 11th Avenue Garage. Pedestrians will be directed to use the north sidewalk on 11th Avenue. Pedestrian access on the west side...
March 22 is World Water Day! Below are some tips for how you can conserve water on campus and at home.
Turn off the water tap while tooth brushing, shaving and face washing. Clean vegetables, fruits, dishes and utensils with minimum water. Don’t let the water run while rinsing. Run washing machine and dishwasher only when they are full. Using water-efficient showerheads and taking shorter showers. Learning to turn off faucets tightly after each use. Repair and fix any water leaks.
UPDATE - Beginning Wednesday (3/13) early morning and continuing through Saturday (3/16) late afternoon, a crane lift will require parking restrictions for authorized staff west of Central Service Building. Access to the service area at McCracken will be blocked.
A limited pedestrian walkway will be maintained south of Enarson Classroom Building. Public parking continues to be available in Tuttle Park Place Parking Garage or in the surface lot south of the Maintenance Building.
Beginning Monday (3/11) and continuing through Monday (3/25), road repair will require lane restrictions at (1) John Herrick Dr. at Woody Hayes Dr. and (2) Woody Hayes Dr. by the entrance to the Agricultural Administration Building parking lot. Work will take place from approximately 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Anticipate delays.
The development of West Campus, west of Kenny Road and south of Lane Avenue, has been a long time coming, university board members said on Thursday at a meeting of the Master Planning and Facilities Committee of the Board of Trustees.
Ohio State University has set its sights on its next frontier: “The western lands.”
The development of West Campus, west of Kenny Road and south of Lane Avenue, has been a long time coming, members of the OSU board of trustees’ Master Planning and Facilities committee said at a meeting Thursday.
Ohio State University’s board of trustees members heard plans for the proposed west campus "innovation district" on Thursday, as well as ideas for an improved Olentangy River trail and centralized recreation fields.
The master planning and facilities committee reviewed plans for two buildings that would anchor this district.
One is the Interdisciplinary Research Facility, which would include research labs, meeting spaces and cafes. The other is an Energy Advancement and Innovation Center for a technology commercialization partnership with energy management company Engie.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center will open a new outpatient center in Dublin. This is the third clinic Ohio State has announced as part of an expansion of its ambulatory care network.
"The services that we've selected are about taking care of people before they get sick," says Dan Like, executive director for ambulatory services at the Wexner Medical Center. "So really investing into primary care, mental health services, so really preventative services."
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center continues to expand its ambulatory care network with a new, large outpatient care center planned for Dublin.
Pending approval by university trustees this week, Ohio State will continue the process to acquire 34 acres of land owned by the city of Dublin near State Route 161, State Route 33 and Shier Rings Road. Dublin City Council will hear the first reading on this proposed land purchase during its March 11 meeting.
“Demand for our nationally ranked, high-quality care continues to grow. By investing in new facilities around the outerbelt,...
A proposed innovation district on Ohio State’s west campus is gaining momentum through two proposed buildings that will support research and technology commercialization.
Next week, Ohio State’s Board of Trustees Master Planning and Facilities Committee is expected to review a pair of projects proposed for the university’s west campus – located west of Kenny Road and south of Lane Avenue. Framework 2.0 , the university’s long-term planning vision, identified this area for a future innovation district.
The Interdisciplinary Research Facility, originally planned on Columbus’ midwest campus, is now targeted for west campus. The project will deliver an...
Neighborhood redevelopment initiatives Ohio State University has led extend beyond High Street and 15th Avenue, said Trudy Bartley , associate vice president for community relations with the school’s government affairs office.