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August 24, 2018

(Note: The weekly construction update highlights only projects with new developments. For the most recent comprehensive update, click here.)
These are among the construction activities scheduled Aug. 26-Sept. 1 at the University of Wyoming:
Animal Science/Molecular Biology Building (Simon Contractors, Cheyenne; August 2018) — The parking lot will be closed through today (Friday, Aug. 24) for repairs. Please use caution in the area.
Engineering Education and Research Building (EERB) (Construction manager GE Johnson Construction Wyoming LLC, Casper; spring 2019) — Construction continues. Eleventh Street will be closed to traffic in both directions for the duration of the project. Please observe all construction signs.
Half Acre Recreation and Wellness Center (UW Operations) — Work on the west-facing entrance is underway. The entrance is closed for demolition, and gym users are encouraged to use the south entrance until work is completed.
Information Technology Center (Arcon, Inc.) — The parking lot north of IT on Sorority Row will be closed Aug. 28-29 to accommodate the crane removing the temporary chiller.
Irrigation Expansion (Triple A; August-December 2018) — Crews will be boring under public roadways and trenching throughout campus. Some roadways will be closed during construction. Expect traffic delays and detours.
McWhinnie Hall (Colorado Hazard Control, Denver, Colo.; August 2018) — There will be active construction in Room 100 and adjoining offices. Please use caution.
Office Annex (Commercial Flooring, Cheyenne, and Cowboy Moving and Storage, Laramie; August 2018) — Work is in progress to re-carpet the main lobby floor and office 128A. Please be cautious in the work area.
Old Main (UW Operations; August 2018) — Remodeling of Suite 318 of Old Main is underway. Remaining task items include moving and cleaning. The work will continue until Aug. 29.
Old Pike Lot on Sorority Row (Knife River, Cheyenne; August 2018) — Work is ongoing to install new lighting. Please use caution in the area.
Ross Hall (Colorado Hazard Control, Denver, Colo., and Commercial Flooring, …

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