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Project Advisories

May 2018 

Intersection – Webcor will be placing the curb/gutters, as well as completing the city water tie in. This scope is anticipated to take two weeks (5/14-5/25). The majority of work after 5/16 will be along the shoulders. The traffic signal will however be flashing for the entire duration.

Pedestrian Path – Webcor will be running utilities through the temporary pedestrian path from to the campus. Blue Light operation will maintain as well as 5 foot pedestrian access at all times. There will be no pedestrian impact during this work. This scope is also anticipated to take two weeks (5/14-5/25).

Pump House – Webcor will be running a storm drain near the pump house. This will require blocking access to half of the road loop. They will have trench plates available for emergency need, as well as plate at night to maintain fire access. Access to the pump house will remain. This work is anticipated to take one week (5/14-5/25)

Construction starts on new student amenities

On December 16, 2017, the Lake Lot 1 and Lake Lot 2 parking lots closed to enable the construction of a student wellness center,  a student enrollment center and multiple recreation fields.  Those facilities are currently scheduled to open in Fall 2019 and Fall 2020.  

During construction, all lower campus parking will be accommodated in the Bellevue Lot which is accessible from the Bellevue/Lake intersection and Northbound Lake Road.  A temporary, 700-foot paved, accessible and lighted path will connect the Bellevue Lot to Scholars Lane during the course of construction. During construction, bicycle access will continue along Lake Road to Scholars Lane. Please visit the bicycle advisory page for latest details.   A permanent bicycle access route that will become fully operational in Fall 2020 is being developed as part of the campus expansion. 


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