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Campus Disruptions

Center for Global Innovation Utility Installation Parking Lot N

Notification Date: June 18, 2018
Timeline: June 18, 2018 through August 31, 2018
Location: Parking Lot N
Disruption: Accessible Parking Spaces Relocated

Disruption Plan:

Beginning Monday, June 18, utility installation work will begin for the Center for Global Innovation project in Parking Lot N. A portion of the parking lot N will be fenced.  Temporary accessible parking will be relocated.  Portions of the electrical charging stations and pay spaces will be closed. 

Areas affected: College View Dr., Courtyard between Sierra Hall, Administration Bldg. & Chaparral Hall, Performing Arts’ Loading Dock Area, and north side of the Bookstore.

College View Dr. will be closed to all vehicles. Vendors, visitors, staff, and faculty will temporary need to park in Lot C in designated and/or assigned areas.

Vehicular Access around the fenced area will have detour signs and travel ways clearly marked.

Pedestrian access will have detours around the fence clearly marked.

Mobility Cart services will not be impacted.

Please reference the project map below. The diagram highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths, construction areas and any detours. Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.

Please direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction via phone at 909-537-5136.

Center for Global Innovation Utility Installation Parking Lot N

Notification Date: June 18, 2018
Timeline:June 18, 2018 through August 31, 2018
Location: Parking Lot N
Disruption: Accessible Parking Spaces Relocated

Disruption Plan:

Beginning Monday, June 18, utility installation work will begin for the Center for Global Innovation project in Parking Lot N. A portion of the parking lot N will be fenced.  Temporary accessible parking will be relocated.  Portions of the electrical charging stations and pay spaces will be closed. 

Areas affected: College View Dr., Courtyard between Sierra Hall, Administration Bldg. & Chaparral Hall, Performing Arts’ Loading Dock Area, and north side of the Bookstore.

College View Dr. will be closed to all vehicles. Vendors, visitors, staff, and faculty will temporary need to park in Lot C in designated and/or assigned areas.

Vehicular Access around the fenced area will have detour signs and travel ways clearly marked.

Pedestrian access will have detours around the fence clearly marked.

Mobility Cartservices will not be impacted.

Please reference the project map below. The diagram highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths, construction areas and any detours. Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.

Please direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction via phone at 909-537-5136.

Utilities Infrastructure Upgrade Project – Underground Sewer Line Upgrades

Notification Date: June 13, 2018
Timeline: June 18th through September 14th, 2018
Location: College View Dr., Courtyard between Sierra Hall, Administration Bldg. & Chaparral Hall, Performing Arts’ Loading Dock Area, and north side of Bookstore.
Disruption: Temporary fencing along existing vehicle and pedestrian pathways.

Disruption Plan:

As part of the Utilities Infrastructure Underground Sewer Line Upgrades, several pedestrian access pathways will be temporarily channeled around construction fencing for exterior circulation entering and exiting Administration Bldg., Chaparral Hall, Sierra Hall, Performing Arts’ Loading Dock Area. Construction detour signage will be posted as required to direct pedestrians around the construction site. Some construction work will be performed during off hours to minimize disruptions to pedestrians and vehicular access, but construction activities will also take place during regular hours.

Areas affected: College View Dr., Courtyard between Sierra Hall, Administration Bldg. & Chaparral Hall, Performing Arts’ Loading Dock Area, and north side of the Bookstore.

College View Dr. will be closed to all vehicles. Vendors, visitors, staff, and faculty will temporary need to park in Lot C in designated and/or assigned areas.

Vehicular Access thru College View Dr. will be affected during construction. Access behind the bookstore will be limited to construction vehicles. Steel plates will be used to keep roads open.

Pedestrian access pathways will be temporarily channeled around construction fencing for exterior circulation entering and exiting in areas around Administration Bldg., Chaparral Hall, Sierra Hall, Performing Arts’ Loading Dock Area and/or heading to other destinations on campus.

Signage will be posted at any affected sidewalks and crosswalks. Detour signs will also be posted at any closed paths. Please utilize caution while traveling through this area and follow displayed detour signage. Please refer to the disruption map for consideration on other alternate traveling pathways. Building entrances will not be impacted, except north entrance to Administration Bldg.

Mobility Cart services provided at Chaparral Hall by the Office of Services to Students with Disabilities will be temporary relocated to the south of Chaparral Hall. ADA access to the Administration Bldg. will be located at the north side of Administration Bldg.

Vehicular access will not be impacted

Please reference the project map below. The diagram highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths, construction areas and any detours. Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.

Please direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email to Al Salgado or via phone at 909-537-5136.

Campus Map Notification Plan - Palm Desert Campus ADA Parking Lot Modifications

Notification Date: May 24, 2018
Timeline: May 29, 2018 through September 1, 2018
Location: Palm Desert Campus Lot A Accessible Parking Areas
Disruption: Parking Space Closure – Accessible & Regular Parking Spaces

Disruption Plan: In an effort to create more accessible parking and to bring existing accessible parking areas and curb ramps up to current code, the Campus will be regrading and constructing new accessible concrete parking areas, curb ramps, new signage, new striping and adding a parking permit dispenser.    

Areas affected:

Phase I – The parking lot east of the Rogers Gateway building, including the accessible parking spaces, will be fenced off during the construction of the new lot. Temporary accessible parking spaces will be provided just south of the existing accessible parking during the lot closure.

During Phase II of the project, the lot east of the Rogers Gateway building will be reopened while the accessible parking areas south of the Indian Wells Academic Center will be fenced off during construction. 

Vehicular Access: Intermittent disruptions to the flow of parking lot traffic may occur while equipment and/or materials are being delivered.

Mobility Cart services provided by the Office of Services to Students with Disabilities will not be impacted.

Pedestrian Access will not be impacted.

Please reference the project map below. The diagram highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths, construction areas and any detours. Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.

Please direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email to Dan Filadelfia at dfiladel@csusb.edu or by phone at 909-537-3147.

Einstein Bros. Bagels and Convenience Store Project

Notification Date: April 11, 2018
Timeline: April 16, 2018 through, August 31, 2018
Location: Social & Behavioral Sciences Bldg
Disruption: Construction fencing adjacent to Social & Behavioral Sciences Bldg. and Breezeway

Disruption Plan:

Areas affected:

As part of the Einstein Bros. Bagels and Convenience Store project, an area adjacent to the Social and Behavioral Sciences building and breezeway will be fenced for construction. In addition, a construction staging area will be fenced in the vacant land north of the Yasuda Building. Some construction work will be performed during off hours to minimize disruptions to pedestrians and vehicular access, but construction activities will also take place during regular hours.

Pedestrian access: As part of the Einstein Bros. Bagels and Convenience Store project, an area adjacent to the Social and Behavioral Sciences building and breezeway will be fenced for construction. In addition, a construction staging area will be fenced in the vacant land north of the Yasuda Building. Some construction work will be performed during off hours to minimize disruptions to pedestrians and vehicular access, but construction activities will also take place during regular hours.

Please utilize caution while traveling through this area and follow displayed detour signage. Please refer to the disruption map for consideration on other alternate traveling pathways. Building entrances will not be impacted.

Mobility Cart services provided by the Office of Services to Students with Disabilities will not be impacted.

Vehicular access will not be impacted. A remote construction staging area will be fenced in the vacant land north of the Yasuda Building.

Please reference the project map below. The diagram highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths, construction areas and any detours. Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.

Please direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email to Carlos Robles or via phone at 909-537-5136.

Utility Infrastructure Upgrades Phase 3 

Notification Date: June 13, 2017
Timeline: June 16, 2017 - Until Further Notice
Location: Parking Lot B - Electrical Substation
Disruption: Parking Lot B
Disruption Plan:

Areas affected by Phase 3:

Phase 3 of the Utilities Infrastructure Project will focus on the replacement and relocation of the campus main electrical substation. The new campus electrical substation will be constructed on campus, adjacent to Parking Lot B. Some parking spaces in Lot B will be impacted during construction and restored when the project is complete in Fall 2018.

Vehicular Access will experience some impact in Lot B. Some parking spaces will be utilized by the contractor.

Pedestrian access will not be impacted.

Mobility Cart services will not be impacted.

Intermittent work at various locations across campus will take place throughout the project duration as crews verify existing utility locations.

Please reference the project map below.

The diagram highlights pedestrian paths, vehicular paths and construction fence placement for Phase 3. Further construction notices will be shared as the project progresses.

Please direct any questions to Al Salgado, Project Manager, Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email at asalgado@csusb.edu, or via phone at 909-537-5136.

Utility Infrastructure Campus Electrical Substation Phase 3