Due to inclement weather conditions anticipated this weekend, the crane lift originally scheduled for Saturday, March 19 has been rescheduled to occur on Saturday, April 2 from early morning through mid-afternoon. The crane lift will occur in the area northwest of Doan Hall. Flaggers will facilitate traffic and EMS access will be maintained. There will be temporary disruption to the loading docks during crane set-up and tear-down.
On Friday, March 18 from early morning to late afternoon, the installation of an underground monitoring well will occur on the northwest corner of the Biomedical Research Tower. The impacted area will be barricaded and pedestrian access will be maintained, however building occupants many notice increased level of noise as the work occurs.
AEP has advised that, beginning March 7, it will be working in the southbound lanes on Cannon Drive between 12th and King avenues. The work will take place between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday - Friday. Work is anticipated to continue through the end of March. No detours to university traffic or CABS impacts are anticipated.
All are encouraged to plan ahead and allow additional time for travel.
Beginning Saturday, March 5 and continuing through Wednesday, May 11, access to the Agricultural Administration parking lot from Fyffe Road will be closed for utility work. Motorists will be directed to access the parking lot via Woody Hayes Drive. Signage will detour motorists accordingly. The parking spaces located directly south of the Agricultural Administration building will be closed during this time. Building access via the west entrance will be closed and signage will direct pedestrians to the east side of the building.
UPDATE - On Feb. 28 through Mar. 4, from early morning to late afternoon, additional test borings will take place to the north and west of Fontana Laboratory.
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Beginning Monday (Dec. 20) early morning through Thursday (Dec. 23) late afternoon, soil testing will be conducted at various locations around Macquigg Laboratory and Watts Hall. Areas will be cordoned off as warranted, with appropriate signage announcing work ahead and indicating pedestrian detours. Building access at the south entrance will be blocked for a limited time.
Cannon Drive - Beginning Feb. 19 early morning through Mar. 6 late afternoon, the northbound lanes of Cannon Dr., between 10th Ave. and 12th Ave., will be closed to accommodate large crane delivery. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the southbound lanes.
12th Avenue - Additionally, on Saturdays (Feb. 26 and Mar. 5), from early morning to late afternoon, 12th Avenue from Cannon Dr. to the northwest corner of Harding Hospital will be closed. The entrance to the Biological Science Building garage and Parks Hall loading dock will remain open, accessible from the east. EMS traffic off...
The City of Columbus will close 9th Avenue, west of Neil Avenue, on Tuesday, January 25 at 9:30 a.m. for roadway repairs due to a water main break that occurred the week of January 17. The road is anticipated to reopen by approximately 11 a.m. on Tuesday, depending on roadway conditions. Updates will be posted on this page. Access to garages will be maintained via Medical Center Drive.
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The City of Columbus required a road closure on 9th Ave. west of Neil Ave. (at the northeast corner...
Beginning Monday (Jan. 17) early morning through Tuesday (Feb. 1) early morning, communications upgrades will be undertaken at three locations: north of Parks Hall, northwest of Cunz Hall, southwest of Norton House. Signage will detour pedestrians around the construction zones as work progresses.
UPDATE - AEP has advised that, beginning Friday (Jan. 14), it will conduct utility work at several locations on Cannon Dr., King Ave., Indianola Ave., East 8th Ave., to add electricity capacity in the area. AEP anticipates lane restrictions as work proceeds from west to east overall but no detours or CABS impacts
During the Cannon Dr. impact, SB traffic will be reduced to a single lane, accommodating left turns, straight travel, and right turns. Additionally, signage will detour pedestrians and cyclists to Cannon Drive's east sidewalk between Herrick Dr. and 12th Ave.