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March 30, 2018

(Note: The weekly construction update highlights only projects with new developments. Comprehensive updates are distributed monthly. For the most recent comprehensive update, click here.)
These are among the construction activities scheduled April 1-7 at the University of Wyoming:
Colder Weather Advisory (UW Operations) — UW Operations asks building occupants to assist with ensuring buildings and facilities are safe and secure. Make sure all windows and doors are completely closed with windows latched at the end of each day, and report any doors or windows that you are unable to close and secure to the Service Desk (766-6225).
Snow Removal (UW Operations) — Crews will remove snow as needed throughout the season. Watch for snow-removal equipment; be careful and safe during snow events. Call the Service Desk (766-6225) to report icy spots and problem areas.
Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory Isolation Building (Big Horn Roofing, Laramie; June 2018) — The contractor will begin mobilization the week of April 9 for replacement of the roof over the entire building, weather permitting. Please use caution near this area, and be aware of equipment and materials adjacent to the project site.
Willett Pit Pumping Station/Willett Drive (UW Operations) — UW Operations will replace the sidewalk at the Willett Pit Pumping Station early the week of April 2, finishing the project from the earlier repairs to the steam condensate lines. Please be cautious near the crews.
Mick and Susie McMurry High Altitude Performance Center (Construction manager at risk GE Johnson Construction Wyoming LLC, Jackson; June 2018) — Within the existing facility, metal stud framing, drywall, mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-ins are underway. All access to and egress from the Rochelle Athletics Center will be limited to the west weight room doors across from the Fieldhouse North. Traffic control, signs and barricades will be in place at the building interior and exterior during this process. Please use caution when …

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