Center Green Campus Parking Lot Resurfacing and Repair Project

Construction Update,

Construction is nearing completion on Phase 2c.  Construction on Phase 2d will begin on Monday 12/4 and will last approximately 3 days.  Phase 2d makes repairs to the entrance drive into CG1 where the parking lot below CG1 (both levels) will be closed during construction.  Obey all traffic control personnel, signs and barriers.

Please click on the <Site Map> that indicates construction phasing.
If anyone has any questions please contact Rob Reid at  rreid@ucar.edu  or x2060. 

On Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 1:59 PM, Brad Pattison <bradp@ucar.edu> wrote:
FMS&S will be repairing and replacing the asphalt parking surfaces at the Center Green Campus beginning October 18. Construction will be completed in five (5) phases to allow parking access to other areas of the parking lot during the project.

Project Phasing

  • Phase 1:  Replacement of the asphalt Parking Lot at CG2.
  • Phase 2a:  Repairs to the West portion of the concrete parking lot (closest to the railroad tracks).  
  • Phase 2b:  Repairs to a portion of the concrete parking lot located in front of Logistics in CG3.
  • Phase 2c:  Repairs to a portion of the concrete parking lot located between CG1 & CG2 (Main Drive).
  • Phase 2d:  Repairs to the main driveway leading into the CG1 parking structure.  The parking structure will be closed on a Friday and reopened the following Monday morning.
  • Please click on the <Site Map> that indicates construction phasing.

Schedule

The entire project is expected to take six weeks to complete.  Phase 1 and 2a of the project are  scheduled to begin on Wednesday, October 18th (after 10:00 a.m.).  All construction schedules are dependent on weather conditions and subject to change. Because of this, subsequent scheduling information will be posted on Staff Notes prior to the start of each phase. 

Other Considerations

  • Please obey all traffic control personnel, signs and barriers and exercise additional caution.
  • Staff will notice some construction noise and minimal vibration during construction activities. 
  • Since parking will be restricted during each phase of the project, we are encouraging staff to use UCAR’s shuttle services whenever possible.
  • The basement level of the parking structure routinely has open parking spaces available.  We encourage staff to use these during construction.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact FMS&S Project Manager Brad Pattison at ext. 2403 or email bradp@ucar.edu  

Announcement Timing: 
Thursday, November 30, 2017 to Friday, December 1, 2017

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