In the coming year, planned construction along Highway 93 is anticipated to cause significant disruptions to both automotive and pedestrian traffic for this main campus thoroughfare. An overview of the related project can be found on the University Facilities website, and we intend to use social media including this blog to help keep the public informed with updates and helpful information. If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact project manager Jarred Fleming.
Calhoun Drive will experience its own series of disruptions to allow chilled water piping to be connected to the thermal distribution system planned for Highway 93. The timeline for this work is January-March 2018.
Below is an at-a-glance reference for the various phases of construction along Calhoun Drive. A detailed timeline is available that shows precisely what areas will be blocked off during each phase.
Regarding Highway 93, the timeline for construction will be roughly February 2018 to January 2019. More details will be made available in a future post once a contractor has been brought aboard.
Drone footage was obtained that shows a bird’s eye view of the portion of Highway 93 in which construction is expected to significantly impact traffic. The drone flies approximately from 93’s intersection with Centennial Boulevard to the intersection with Cherry Road.
As with Calhoun Drive, work will take place in phases. Lane closures are expected and Perimeter Road will be the recommended alternative path for campus travel throughout this project.