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July 13, 2018

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These are among the construction activities scheduled July 15-21 at the University of Wyoming:
Campus Steam Shutdown (UW Operations) — The annual campus steam shutdown will begin next 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.
Central Energy Plant (CEP) (Arcon Inc., Laramie; July 2018) — Construction on a shelter to cover the condensate tank at the CEP will commence July 16. 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.
Mick and Susie McMurry High Altitude Performance Center (Construction manager at risk GE Johnson Construction Wyoming LLC, Jackson; July 2018) — Within the existing facility, interior finishes are wrapping up. All access to and egress from the Rochelle Athletics Center will be limited to the south entry doors. Construction of the north entry is underway. Traffic control, signs and barricades will be in place at the building interior and exterior during this process. Please use caution when near the project, and observe all construction signs.
Physical Sciences Building (MSI; May 29-Aug. 20) — The area between the Physical Sciences and Health Sciences buildings will be closed for storm sewer work. Please be cautious around equipment and crews. See attached map.
Classroom Building, Biological and Physical Sciences Buildings (MSI) — The sidewalk east of the Classroom Building between Biological Sciences and Physical Sciences will be closed for a month due to the storm sewer renovations. See …

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