On November 10, beginning early morning and continuing through early evening, the parking area between Ramseyer Hall and Arps Garage will be closed for a crane lift. ADA parking on the west side of the building will not be affected, but the south ADA entrance will be closed for the duration.
Utility work underneath The Oval is nearing completion. By mid-November, fences will be reduced and all walkways will be open to pedestrians (see map). Temporary fencing and post-and-rope will remain into spring 2019 to protect grass impacted by construction. Everyone is asked to stay off the turf in impacted areas while we restore the campus landmark.
The project, designed to support building heating and hot water near The Oval, continues through November 2018. Please use caution when traveling near construction zones. Pedestrians should continue to plan ahead for travel through The Oval while the temporary fencing and post-and-rope remain...
UPDATE - Beginning October 31 early morning and continuing through November 8 late afternoon (except football Saturday, November 3), there will be some sidewalk closures at The Oval. Signage will direct pedestrians, and traffic control officials will facilitate traffic. ADA pathways will be maintained.
On October 27, from early morning to mid afternoon, areas west and north of Enarson Classroom Building will be closed for a crane lift. The covered walkway south of Tuttle Park Place Garage will remain accessible to pedestrians. The southwest entry to the loading dock will remain open.
Beginning October 22, early morning, and continuing through November 2, late afternoon, the "moat" around Lincoln Tower will be closed for construction in the area. Alternative parking, including ADA spaces, will be available in the Midtower Lot. The loading dock will remain accessible. Work will take place during week days (Monday - Friday), with the area reopened for the weekends.
Columbus Business First recently featured The Ohio State University's Celeste Lab construction project.
Celeste Lab is one of the busiest facilities on the Ohio State's Columbus campus. As Business First reported, renovation for the lab, built in 1986, was approved for $3.9 million in professional services, including design, during the August board of trustees meetings and is included in the school's fiscal year 2019 Capital Investment Plan.
"Celeste Lab accommodates approximately 75,000 credit hours per year and delivers laboratory instruction to approximately 10 percent of the student population," Ohio State spokesman Dan Hedman told the outlet.
Beginning October 15 early morning and continuing through October 21 late afternoon, the parking lot at Orton Hall will be closed for restoration. ADA parking will be available north of the Faculty Club. ADA detour signage will be in place.
Beginning October 15 early morning and continuing through October 19 mid afternoon, John Herrick near the veterinary hospitals will experience lane restrictions, with northbound traffic being maintained in one lane.