On Thursday, March 22, beginning at 9 a.m. and continuing through late afternoon, 10th Avenue between Medical Center Drive and Westpark Street will be closed for utility work. Traffic delays around the area and service delays on the Martha Morehouse shuttle are anticipated during this time. This effort is in support of the Cannon Drive Relocation project.
UPDATE - Work will continue on Saturday, March 24, to complete installation of building signage. The sidewalk in front of the south façade main entrance of University Hospital will experience rolling blockages. Barriers and a flagger will be in place to oversee ADA access and direct pedestrians. Access to the building will be maintained.
Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP), ENGIE Services and The Ohio State University will begin work April 4 to repair or replace 3,000 feet of aging utilities underneath The Oval.
Multiple phases of fencing are required on The Oval to support safety with configurations likely to change in April, May and August ( see maps ).
Heavier work will take place during the summer and into the fall to reduce impacts this spring. Crews will make every effort to minimize noise. Please anticipate heavy pedestrian impacts on and around The Oval during the project, scheduled to run through...
On March 29, beginning at 7 a.m. and continuing through mid-day, the back parking area, loading dock and back door at Mount Hall and the loading dock and back door at Pressey Hall will be blocked for a crane lift. ADA access via Mount Hall's southwest door will be maintained. Alternative parking is in the Carmack Lots.
Moving day is not far off for the new tenants of Pomerene Hall on the campus of The Ohio State University.
A tour last week reveals that more than a year of construction has turned one of the classic buildings on campus into a modern monument to advanced teaching and learning. Through the clamor of nail guns, circular saws and drills, the renovations are reaching their final stages.
The 2018 Jury of the Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has elevated The Ohio State University’s Bernard Costantino to its prestigious College of Fellows . The Fellowship program recognizes members who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession and made significant contributions to architecture and society. “I am honored to represent The Ohio State University on this elite list of my industry peers,” Costantino said. “This award speaks to the high-quality work performed at Ohio State, and I share this honor with our entire planning, design and construction teams who have contributed to...
Update: This work has been rescheduled to occur on Sunday, March 18. Additional updates will be shared on this page.
On March 17, starting at 7 a.m. and continuing through mid-evening, Cannon Drive between John Herrick Drive and 12th Avenue will be reduced to one lane for a crane lift. Traffic control officials will be onsite to maintain 2-way traffic in one lane. This project is managed by Ohio State Energy Partners and ENGIE Services. Contact .
On March 16, beginning at 7 a.m. and continuing through mid-day, the area west of Baker Systems Engineering will be closed for a crane lift. Pedestrians may use the sidewalk on the east side of Central Service Building. Alternate ADA parking is available at Tuttle Park Place Garage or Northwest Garage. The roadway and Baker Systems loading docks will be blocked, but delivery vehicles may park temporarily at Baker Systems’ south driveway to facilitate short-term drop-off or pick-up.
In partnership with the Undergraduate Student Government and the Council of Graduate Students, The Ohio State University has a goal of helping 22 campus laboratories become Green Buckeye Certified by April 22, 2018 as part of its 22 x 22 campaign. The program includes resource conservation education, recycling waste reduction, energy efficiency, green purchasing and health and wellness. Applications for certification can be found at fod.osu.edu/greenbuckeye . A score of 75% in three out five of the major categories is needed for certification. The first 22 labs to be certified this spring will receive a $200 travel award...
Beginning March 12 at 6 a.m. and continuing through March 16 late afternoon, there will be lane restrictions on Neil Avenue west of Pomerene Hall for installation of a new curb. Two-way traffic will be maintained, but the Campus Loop North and West Campus buses will be rerouted onto 11th Avenue, serving the Baker East, Siebert Hall, and Mack Hall bus stops. The Honors House bus stop will not be serviced during this time.