June 29, 2018
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These are among the construction activities scheduled July 1-7 at the University of Wyoming:
Core Campus Steam Shutdown (UW Operations) — The annual campus steam shutdown will begin the morning of Monday, July 16, and will continue through Aug. 20. Most campus buildings between 22nd and Ninth streets, and Ivinson and Lewis streets will not have hot water or steam during the shutdown. A portable boiler located north of Washakie Dining Hall will remain on-site until Aug. 20.
Engineering Education and Research Building (EERB) (Construction manager GE Johnson Construction Wyoming LLC, Casper; spring 2019) — Installation of the stone veneer; exterior and interior metal stud framing, drywall and paint; mechanical/electrical/plumbing rough-ins; elevator commissioning; and roofing are all underway. Eleventh Street will be closed to traffic in both directions for the duration of the project. The ADA sidewalk ramp on the southeast corner of the Michael B. Enzi STEM Facility will be closed through July 6 for utility tie-ins. ADA access is still available on the southwest ramp, and no exterior building doors will be blocked. Please steer clear of heavy equipment, overhead conveying and delivery trucks parked on city streets. Please observe all construction signs.
Engineering Building (UW Operations, Electrical Shop) — Transformer replacements for old Engineering will begin today (Friday) from 6 a.m.-5 p.m. Contact has been made with all parties that will be affected by the outage. Heavy equipment will be assisting with the replacement in the drive between Engineering and Earth Science (north of Geology, south of Energy Resource Center). Please be cautious in this area.
Science Initiative Building (Site clearing and demolition contractor Stonehouse Inc., Laramie; summer/fall 2018) — Franchise utility disconnects and relocations started the week of June 25. Asbestos abatement in …