Asphalt is scheduled to be replaced on Main Entrance Drive and Laboratory Sciences Drive starting August 23. The work should be completed by September 15. Construction signage and markers will be placed along the road. Timeline:
-August 21 – 22: Road construction signs placed for notification.
-August 23 – 31: Removing asphalt surface, preparing binder course, and concrete work.
-September 5 – 12: Paving surface of roadways.
-September 13 – 15: Striping roads and restoration.
The Main Entrance Drive will have the inbound, north lane replaced and is closed to traffic. The inbound, south lane was replaced last summer and is open to all vehicular traffic. For people that turn onto North Circle Drive, you would be better off to travel down Main Entrance Drive and drive past Theatre Hall.
The Laboratory Sciences Drive work will involve replacing the inbound lane from South Circle Drive. This lane will be closed to all traffic. You will need to access Laboratory Sciences parking lot from the eastern section of the road in front of Facilities Management. Laboratory Sciences Drive, in front the Laborartory Sciences building, will only be open for one direction of travel (west to east). The section in front of Facilities Management will be open to both directions of travel. Please do not try to travel against traffic.
In case you missed the memo last week, here is a reminder that UW-Green Bay will be eliminating the fleet vehicle program through Facilities Planning and Management effective August 31, 2017. Like other campuses which have eliminated the fleet program, Facilities Management has witnessed a decline in use of the vehicles. Staffing reductions have affected the ability to maintain vehicles and administer the program. At the discretion of the budgetary authority within each division, travelers will have the choice of using their own personal vehicle for University business or renting a vehicle through one of the companies with a contract with the State of Wisconsin. You will still need to be a UW-Green Bay authorized driver for both personal and rental vehicles. To access these contracts please go to UW TravelWIse under “Discounts/Contract Car Rentals.” Reservations can be made through Concur. The contract booking tool is accessible through UW TravelWIse. Contract vehicle rental rates are automatically applied when reservations are made in Concur. (You will need to login with your UWGB campus login and password to access the discounted booking codes used for university employees). Reservations will continue to be honored through August 31, 2017.
This week, drive cautiously as some of the campus roads will be repaired. The areas include North Circle Drive by the Shorewood Golf Course parking lot entrance, Weidner Center parking lot (Section B), the west entrance of Studio Arts parking lot, some areas of Leon Bond Drive by the Kress Center and Leon Bond Drive leading up to Bay Settlement Entrance. If you travel these areas, please slow down and be aware of the asphalt truck and on-coming traffic.
Summer 2017 campus parking lot and road repair work begins today (June 26). Due to a mild winter, a smaller amount of repairs are needed than past years. The schedule below is tentative and weather dependent.
June 26, 27, 28 – Weidner Center Administrative Office Parking lot and front canopy
June 29, 30; July 3, 5-7 – Kress Events Center Lot, Union Visitor Lot, Wood/University Union/Theatre Hall Dock and Instructional Services/Lab Science Dock
July 10-14 – East Housing Lot, Apartment Parking Lots and Residence Life Community Center Court
July 17-21 – Residence Life Courts (Downham, Thompson, Schaefer and Lenfesty)
July 24-28 – Shorewood Golf Course, Cofrin Main Entrance Circle and Lambeau Cottage Driveway
July 31-Aug 4 (or as filler throughout the summer) – Weidner Center B, C and D lots, depending on shows and space.
Additional closures, dependent on scheduling outside contractors, may be needed for road repairs on Lab Sciences Drive, Main Entrance Drive and the back parking area of the Kress Events Center. Parking lots with pylons, ropes and barricades blocking access are closed and it will be necessary to park in an alternative parking lot. Facilities Management and the Parking Office thank you for your flexibility during the construction season.
Excuse the dust. Campus improvement projects have started this week near Laboratory Sciences, Environmental Sciences and Instructional Services. Watch for heavy equipment and sidewalk barricades for safety. The work will consist of cutting all of the concrete panels along the bridges, along Instructional Services and Rose Hall. New handrails, cement coating and exterior pocket improvements will finish the project. The project will last through the summer and into September.
August 14-August 19 is floor care week. This means Operations will be on second shift, working to refinish all the main hallway floors, among other projects. Please adhere to all signs, closures and potentially wet areas. Any questions may be directed to the Operations, extension 2241.
When it is complete, the new air-handling unit lifted by crane on top of UW-Green Bay’s Studio Arts building will blow 5,900 cubic feet per minute, heat up to 221,000 btu’s and cool up to 177,000 btu’s. The unit itself weighs more than 5,200 pounds, says UWGB facilities Planner Jeff Schulz. Miron Construction is the general contractor and crane provider, Hurckman Mechanical is the HVAC subcontractor and is installing the unit. The entire project entails “gutting” the band and vocal labs and installing new acoustics, lighting and interior finishes, while providing a new sound recording lab on the second floor.
Summer campus parking lot repainting & repairs will begin at 7 a.m. Monday, May 16. In addition, the main Residence Life lot will be closed for reconstruction for most of the summer. Please see your inbox for specific times and repairs.
The consulting firm SEH will present a short slide show describing the plans for the new soccer stadium complex and its location on the UW-Green Bay campus. The intent of the open forum is to hear public comments about the Environmental Impact Assessment for the complex – Phase 1. The forum will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 28 in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall Room 208. The Facilities Planning and Management website also has resources available at www.uwgb.edu/facilities.
Main roads were plowed, parking lots were being cleared and most campus paths have been swept as of 7:15 a.m. today (Tuesday, Dec. 29) on the UW-Green Bay campus, although much work was still under way. Caution is advised for pedestrians: surfaces are very slick and not all surfaces have been sanded or salted yet. Main city streets to campus were plowed and passable this morning. (The National Weather Service at Austin Straubel in Green Bay registered 13 inches of snow as of this morning.) As always, UW-Green Bay’s winter storm policy directs individual students and employees to make their own decisions about travel, as conditions vary across the region. Employees should communicate with their supervisors and arrange to use vacation time if necessary.
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