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August 17, 2018

These are among the construction activities scheduled Aug. 19-25 at the University of Wyoming:
Campus Steam Shutdown (UW Operations) — The annual campus steam shutdown will be complete Monday, Aug. 20, with steam restored by 4:30 p.m. A portable boiler located north of Washakie Dining Hall will be removed by 8 a.m. Aug. 22. Parking will remain limited in the area of the trailer until it is removed.
Agriculture and Engineering Buildings (Summit Sealants, Montrose, Colo.; August 2018) — Painting, caulking and minor repairs to the exteriors of Agriculture and Engineering will be ongoing through the summer, as weather permits.
Animal Science/Molecular Biology Building (Simon Contractors, Cheyenne; August 2018) — The parking lot will be closed through Friday, Aug. 24, for repairs. Please use caution around equipment and crews.
Arena-Auditorium (Arcon Inc., Laramie; August 2018) — Concrete repairs will be ongoing on the west side of the building. Please use caution around crews and equipment.
Centennial Complex (Commercial Flooring, Cheyenne; August 2018) — Flooring removal and replacement will begin on the ground floor of the American Heritage Center in the administrative offices, security office and coat closet. Please use caution around work crews.
Central Energy Plant (CEP) (Arcon Inc., Laramie; August 2018) — Construction of a shelter to cover the condensate tank at the CEP began Aug. 1. Construction fence is set up around the work area. The sidewalk on the west side of 19th Street may be closed; the street will be blocked occasionally. Please be cautious of crews and equipment in the area.
Classroom Building, Between Biological and Physical Sciences (Mechanical Systems Inc., Cheyenne; August 2018) — Work in this area is substantially complete. The sidewalk east of the Classroom Building is open to pedestrian traffic but will remain closed to vehicular traffic through Aug. 24 to allow adequate time for the concrete to cure.  
Corbett Pool (UW Operations) — Crews will be working on the biannual …

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