From Saturday (3/7) early morning and continuing through Wednesday (3/11) late afternoon, soil testing will occur at various locations in and around the Woody Hayes Drive corridor. Equipment will sit atop each location and collect soil samples at various depths. The exact schedule and order of drillings will be variable because of access, weather, and rate of progress. Some locations may require temporary short-term parking space closures and/or lane restrictions.
Continuing through Monday (4/20) additional short-term utility work will occur at various locations.
The Ohio State University is making investments in sustainability that are leading to tangible change and beginning to move the needle toward overall energy reduction goals.
“We are focused on building and maintaining more efficient facilities,” said Mark Conselyea, associate vice president of Facilities Operations and Development (FOD). “We must be good stewards of our resources and energy conservation measures help drive Ohio State toward achieving its long-term sustainability goals.”
A 50-year partnership with Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP), a consortium of ENGIE North America and Axium Infrastructure, is helping the university operate more efficiently. In the summer...
While America is facing an unprecedented skilled labor shortage, the university is investing in its own staff to create a pathway to career development.
“We need to find creative ways to recruit and retain skilled trades workers,” said Mark Conselyea, associate vice president of Facilities Operations and Development (FOD). “The new Facilities Maintenance Associate Trainee Program aligns with this goal as well as a commitment to provide professional development opportunities.”
In summer 2019, FOD, and the Office of Student Life, in partnership with Ohio State’s Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE), launched the Facilities Maintenance Associate...
Columbus Business First recently wrote about a pair of projects set to seek full or partial construction approval from The Ohio State University Board of Trustees.
The outlet wrote that planners are seeking trustee approval this week to start work on the $161.2 million Dublin outpatient center and $132.3 million for the first phase of the larger west campus complex, which joins an also advancing interdisciplinary lab in the new Innovation District laid out in the unviersity's latest master plan.
The university will also seek full construction approval on a $237.5 million Interdisciplinary Research...
The Ohio State University will seek Board of Trustees approval this week for construction, and the remaining balance of design services, for an Interdisciplinary Research Facility to be located in the heart of its new West Campus Innovation District.
“This is truly an exciting time at Ohio State as we make an unprecedented investment in building the campus of the future and begin to realize our vision for an Innovation District,” said Mark Conselyea, Ohio State’s associate vice president of Facilities Operations and Development.
New renderings provide a sneak-peek at the proposed five-story, approximately 305,000-square-foot laboratory...
“Our patients want the best and most convenient care,” said Dr. Hal Paz, executive vice president and chancellor for Health Affairs at Ohio State and CEO of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. “These outpatient care locations, with state-of-the-art health services,...
Rainwater and water from vehicle washing and over-irrigation flow into storm drains located in parking lots, streets, and gutters. These drains are connected through a series of underground pipes that carry water directly to our rivers, lakes, and streams.
Unlike the sanitary sewer that carries water from the drains in your home to the wastewater treatment plant, the storm sewer system carries untreated water straight to the river. Everything that goes into a storm drain is discharged into our waterways.
More than a year has passed since Mark Conselyea took over as associate vice president for Facilities Operations and Development (FOD) on January 1, 2019.
Looking back on his first year at the helm, Conselyea reflected on what he’s learned and on his vision for the future:
“It has been a great year, and it has gone by very quickly. I’ve spent a lot of time this past year learning and listening, particularly when I’ve been able to visit shops and shadow staff. I’ve also tried to quickly understand what FOD’s goals were for this...
UPDATE Feb. 13 - Beginning Monday (2/10) early morning and continuing through Thursday (2/13) late afternoon, 19th Avenue near Fontana Laboratory will be closed to accommodate utlity work. Alternate motorcycle parking is available north of Stillman Hall and at Arps Garage. Alternate ADA parking is available at Arps Garage. Pedestrians will be detoured to the west side of Celeste Laboratory and to the east side of Evans Laboratory.
Northbound traffic on Fred Taylor Drive, just south of Ackerman Road, will experience lane restrictions from early morning to mid afternoon to accommodate utility work by Columbia Gas. All lanes will reopen during off-work hours. This schedule is subject to change.
Wednesday (2/5) through Friday (2/7) - reduced to one lane northbound, accommodating left turns, straight traffic, and right turns. Monday (2/10) through Friday (2/14) - reduced to two lanes northbound, one lane accommodating left turns and one lane accommodating straight traffic and right turns.
Commuters should plan ahead, allow extra travel time and expect delays.