On April 8, from 7 a.m. to mid-afternoon, 10th Avenue between Westpark Street and Medical Center Drive will be closed for the annual Garden of Pinwheels event. Signage will be in place to detour traffic counterclockwise via north on Medical Center Drive to south on Westpark Street.
The are several projects coming to The Ohio State University that are set to enhance the campus' functionality. The Columbus Dipatch published an article covering the university's plan to expand outdoor wireless intervew throughout campus, including at Ohio Stadium and at the Jerome Schottenstein Center. The university also plans to renovate Postle Hall, which is home to the College of Dentistry. Finally, the university plans to add a new commercial hangar for the Don Scott Airport. The proposals are seeking final approval from the university's Board of Trustees on April 6. Read the full story at Dispatch.com. ...
Columbus Business First recently published an article covering Ohio State's desire to build another airport hangar at the University Airport at Don Scott Field. The plan could help the aiport meet increased demand. The Ohio State Board of Trustees will vote on the proposal on Friday, April 6. Click to read the full story.
The Lantern recently published an article about Wi-Fi Ohio State. The university's Board of Trustees will decide whether or not to approve the proposal on Friday, April 6. The plan would bring Wi-Fi to campus as well as Ohio Stadium and the Schottenstein Center. Click to read the full article.
Beginning April 6 at 7 a.m. and continuing through mid-afternoon, the sidewalk between Rhodes Hall and Prior Hall will be partially closed for a crane lift. Signage will be in place to direct pedestrians, and the fence line between the two buildings will leave a path for pedestrians, under the awning at Prior Health Sciences Library.
On April 7, beginning at approximately 7 a.m. and continuing through late afternoon, the southbound lane of Neil Ave. between 8th Ave. and King Ave. will be closed for a crane lift to the Mershon Center. Signage will be in place to indicate traffic detours. Southbound traffic will be detoured east on 8th Avenue, then south on Worthington Street. The northbound lane and northbound street parking will remain open. There will be no street parking on the west side of Neil. Pedestrians will be directed to use the east sidewalk. The Mershon Center will be closed for the day, with...
The construction team will soon be packing up its equipment, as renovations of the historic Pomerene Hall are nearing completion. Late May 2018 is the target date for the new tenants of the building to start moving in. Pomerene Hall will house Translational Data Analytics, the Undergraduate Data Analytics Major and the Department of History of Art. Read more about the project.
Pomerene Hall was featured as part of A&P Communications' video series, Buck-Eye View, which gives the audience an in-depth view of construction projects and historic buildings on The Ohio State University campus. View the...
On Monday, April 9, beginning at 9 p.m. and continuing through Tuesday, April 10, at 6 a.m., the eastbound lane of 10th Avenue between Medical Center Drive and Westpark Street will be closed for utility work. The westbound lane will remain open. 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.
On Monday, March 26, beginning at 9 a.m. and continuing through mid-afternoon, the eastbound lane of 10th Avenue between Medical Center Drive and Westpark Street will be closed for utility work. The westbound lane will remain open. 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.