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Ongoing Construction - Student Union Expansion:

Facilities Planning Design and Construction is working with our current construction partners to ensure that we are working in compliance with Governor Newsom’s “Regional Stay at Home” order issued on December 03, 2020.  The executive order has identified construction workers who support the construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of construction sites and construction projects as essential critical Infrastructure workers.  As a result, we will be continuing construction at the Student Union Expansion project as planned.

Phase 4.2 Construction Coordination - Student Union Lane:


September 20, 2021 – October 1, 2021

In order to complete installation of exterior panels at SMSU North there will be intermittent closures on Student Union Lane as indicated on the attached map.  Please note that Student Union Lane will remain open for the campus service vehicles, SSD carts and Burrtec trucks; contractor safety personal will direct the flow of traffic and their mobile equipment to lesson impact to the University.  SSD Carts will continue to use their original cart routes.

Please note that additional construction phasing plans may be issued as work progresses.
Construction fencing shall restrict unauthorized access into the construction site. Please exercise caution when traveling around the construction site and follow all construction signage.
 
Please reference the attached project map. The Disruption Plan highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths and construction fence placement for Phase 4.2, Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.   
For full details on this and other disruptions, please visit the campus disruptions page.
Please direct any questions to Sam Cost, Project Manager, Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email at usama.cost@csusb.edu, or via phone at 909-537-4381.

New campus disruption map phase 4.2

 


Sierra Hall, Chaparral Hall, and Visual Arts Center Roof Replacements 
 
Please be advised that Roofing Replacement projects for Sierra Hall, Chaparral Hall and Visual Arts Center will commence construction on September 7th with anticipated completion on December 20th. Work on the three buildings will progress concurrently with minor schedule differences. 
All buildings will remain open during construction. Construction activities will take place on the exterior of the building at the roof level with minimal activity happening indoors. 
 
Areas Affected:
·         For Sierra Hall and Chaparral Hall, a temporary fence has been installed around the buildings due to low roof height and no roof parapets. Main entrances will remain open with pedestrian access 'tunnels' for protection. 
·         For Visual Arts, two stair towers will be installed on the exterior of the building, one on the north side and one on the south-east side. 
·         The scope of work affects the entire surface of the exterior roof area. 
·         Main building entrances will remain open during construction.  
·         A material laydown area will be fenced in the vacant lot north of the Yasuda Center. 
·         Contract project manager for any especial access requests. 
 
Signage will be posted to alert building occupants about any temporary detours.  Please follow all posted signage land utilize caution while traveling through this area.
 
Direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email to Carlos Robles (crobles@csusb.edu), or via phone at 909-537-3739. 

Sierra Hall and Chaparral Hall disruption map

Visual Arts disruption mapOngoing Construction - Student Union Expansion:

“Facilities Planning Design and Construction is working with our current construction partners to ensure that we are working in compliance with Governor Newsom’s “Regional Stay at Home” order issued on December 03, 2020. The executive order has identified construction workers who support the construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of construction sites and construction projects as essential critical Infrastructure workers. As a result, we are continuing construction at the Student Union Expansion project as planned.

Phase 4 Construction Fencing:

July 6, 2021 – December 15, 2021

As we progress towards the completion of the SMSU Student Union Expansion (SMSU NORTH) and construction of two additional Shade Structures adjacent to Coyote Walk, the project construction fencing will be reduced significantly. With the ability to add additional shade structures along Coyote walk a small portion of Coyote walk will be fenced, access will be maintained; directional signage is posted, the new access road to the Library loading dock will be available. SSD Carts will be able to return to using their original cart routes.

Please note that additional construction phasing plans may be issued as work progresses.

Construction fencing shall restrict unauthorized access into the construction site. Please exercise caution when traveling around the construction site and follow all construction signage.

Please reference the attached project map. The Disruption Plan highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths and construction fence placement for Phase 4, Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.

For full details on this and other disruptions, please visit the campus disruptions page: https://www.csusb.edu/facilities-planning-management/campus-disruptions.

Please direct any questions to Sam Cost, Project Manager, Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email at usama.cost@csusb.edu, or via phone at 909-537-4381.

Ongoing Construction - Student Union Expansion:

“Facilities Planning Design and Construction is working with our current construction partners to ensure that we are working in compliance with Governor Newsom’s “Regional Stay at Home” order issued on December 03, 2020. The executive order has identified construction workers who support the construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of construction sites and construction projects as essential critical Infrastructure workers. As a result, we are continuing construction at the Student Union Expansion project as planned.

Student union phase 4 fencing

Campus Disruptions

"Ongoing Construction - Student Union Expansion:

Facilities Planning Design and Construction is working with our current construction partners to ensure that we are working in compliance with Governor Newsom’s “Regional Stay at Home” order issued on December 03, 2020. The executive order has identified construction workers who support the construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of construction sites and construction projects as essential critical Infrastructure workers. As a result, we will be continuing construction at the Student Union Expansion project as planned.