Beginning on Saturday (6/15) at 11 p.m. and continuing through Sunday (6/16) at 3 a.m., power to the North Cannon Garage and to the South Cannon Garage will be shut down for utility work. Parking will be maintained. Entrances will be closed, and one exit gate in each garage will be lifted. Elevators will be out of service. Generators will provide some lighting, and additional security will be onsite. Alternate visitor parking, including elevator service, is available in SAFEAUTO and 12th Avenue Garages. Alternate staff parking is available in any other location where the permit is valid.
On Saturday (6/22) from early morning to late afternoon, parking on the south side of 10th Avenue in front of Graves Hall will be blocked for a crane lift to Meiling Hall. The south sidewalk will be closed, and pedestrians will be detoured to the north sidewalk. Alternative ADA parking is available at Hamilton Hall, west of Starling Loving Hall, or at nearby garages. There will be no access between Graves Hall and Meiling Hall via the connecting doorway.
Beginning Monday (6/10) early morning and continuing through Tuesday (6/11) late afternoon, there will be intermittent and temporary lane restrictions in front of The Blackwell impacting the right turn lane of northbound Tuttle Park Place. Motorists will be able to turn right onto Neil Ave. For the duration of construction, pedestrians will be detoured to the west sidewalk. The lane restrictions will allow for the offloading and onloading of construction equipment.
Beginning Sunday (6/2) and continuing through Wednesday (6/5), from 6 p.m. - 5 a.m. each night, mill and fill roadway work will occur at the intersection of John Herrick Drive and Cannon Drive. Roadway officials will direct traffic accordingly through the intersection. Traffic and CABS service delays are anticipated. This work is required to reopen Cannon Drive, between 12th Avenue and Cannon Drive, in June.
The Columbus Dispatch reported on advancements in The Ohio State University's Arts District following construction approval this week from the Board of Trustees.
As the outlet reported, Ohio State unveiled the latest plans for its future Arts District on Thursday as a committee of trustees approved more than $380 million toward that project, its regional ambulatory centers and other facility projects.
Columbus Business First provided an update on the progress of Ohio State's Ty Tucker Tennis Center. The project sought construction approval at this week's Board of Trustees meeting.
The outlet reported that construction will last from October 2019 to November 2020, and the center will include approximately 450 spectator seats and six indoor and outdoor tennis courts for the men’s and women’s teams.
The development of a new Arts District is drawing closer. In conjunction with Framework 2.0, the university’s long-term planning vision, the project envisions high-quality, modern learning environments for interaction across arts disciplines. Sited between 15th and 18th Avenues, the Arts District will include new facilities for the School of Music and Department of Theatre, which will feature a home for the new Moving Image Production program.
June 1, College Rd., between 18th Ave. and Annie and John Glenn Ave. will be closed in both directions. College Rd., between Annie and John Glenn Ave. and Ohio Union North Garage, will...
The Ohio State University looks to advance three Wexner Medical Center ambulatory sites during upcoming Board of Trustees meetings.
Ohio State is seeking remaining design and construction approval for its planned regional ambulatory location at Hamilton Road and State Route 161 in northeast Columbus, a portion of design approval for a Dublin outpatient care site and funding for two enabling projects for the West Campus Ambulatory Facilities to be located on the Columbus campus.
Beginning Tuesday (5/28) and continuing through mid June, Columbia Gas will install a new gas main for the Ackerman Road complex. Below is an overview of upcoming impacts:
Week of May 28 - Two parking spaces west of 610 Ackerman will close temporarily, and additional contractor vehicles will be present. Week of June 3 - Approximately 20 “A” parking spaces south of 640 Ackerman will close temporarily. The ADA parking spaces will be relocated to a nearby location. Additional parking will be affected. Localized parking space closures will occur, and detour signage will be posted. Beginning Tuesday, June 11...
Beginning Wednesday (5/15) and continuing through mid August, the civic space south of Baker Systems Engineering will be closed for improvement. Signage will be in place to detour pedestrians to south of Dreese Laboratories.