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Handrails Replacement

Dear Campus Community,

   

Please be advised that the ADA Handrail Replacement project will commence construction on Monday, October 26th and be completed by November 13th, 2020. To perform this work some areas of the campus will be temporarily closed during construction, please refer to the details below. 

 Areas Affected

  • Stairs and ramp north of Physical Sciences will be closed October 26th- 30th and a work vehicle will be parked adjacent to the work site during construction. Pedestrians will be re-routed through adjacent walkways to get through this area. 
  • Stairs sought of Faculty Office Building will be closed November 2nd – 6th and a work vehicle will be parked adjacent to the work site during construction. Pedestrians will be re-routed through adjacent walkways to get through this area. 
  • Stairs exiting from the recital hall inside the Performing Arts building courtyard will be closed November 9th  – November 13th and a work vehicle will be parked adjacent to the building during construction. Pedestrians will be re-routed through adjacent walkways and other building entrances to get through this area. 

 Signage will be posted to alert pedestrians about temporary closures and detours, please follow all posted signage and utilize caution while traveling through this area.

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

 Direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email to Carlos Robles (crobles@csusb.edu), or via phone at 909-537-3739. 

 

ADA handrail replacement mapping.

Ongoing Construction - Sierra Hall

Dear Sierra Hall Building Occupants,

Please be advised that the Sierra Hall Tenant Improvement project will commence construction on Monday, September 21st and be completed by December 2020. To perform this work some sections of the building will be closed during construction, please refer to the details below.

 

Areas Affected:

  • Access to the lobby at the southern end of the building that leads to the former CEGE suite will be closed for construction. Please utilize other building entrances/exits. A construction barrier will be installed at the two corridors leading into the southern lobby to restrict access to the construction zone, and signage will be posted at the exterior doors.
  • Access to room 101, suite 131 and suite 134 will be closed for construction.
  • The exterior area south-west of Sierra Hall, adjacent to the trash enclosure, will be fenced for construction logistics. Pedestrian access around the fence will be maintained.
  • A section of parking lot B will be used for contractor parking.

 

Signage will be posted to alert building occupants about temporary closures, please follow all posted signage and utilize caution while traveling through this area.

 

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

 

Direct any questions to Facilities Planning, Design and Construction, via email to Carlos Robles (crobles@csusb.edu), or via phone at 909-537-3739.

 

Thank you.

Sierra Hal

 

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 “Stay at Home” order N-33-20 issued on March 19, 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.”

In order to lesson impact to the University this site work has been rescheduled to start and end sooner. Please be advised that additional construction fencing, new temporary roads and sidewalks will be installed in phases to reduce the construction impact of the new Student Union Expansion project to the campus community. 

Phase 3 Construction Fencing:

Starting May 15:

The new Temporary Access road to the Library Loading Dock with adjacent Library Van Parking Stalls will not be available and will be fenced. Fencing at Portion of the Circular Concrete Walkway adjacent to Lawn A , South of the Library, will be installed. Daily deliveries to the library staff will be through CGI service yard and will be hand truck to the library deck east entry door on the 1st floor. Library & ITS vans will park temporary during this phase in parking lot N.

Library & ITS golf carts can park temporary on FPDC service yard during this phase.

 

Phase 3.1 Construction Fencing:

Starting July 3:

Fencing at Portion of the Circular Concrete Walkway adjacent to Lawn A , South of the Library, will be dismantledOne Lane will be closed at portion of the Student Union Lane and will be fenced. SSD Carts Only will be allowed on the other open lane on Student Union Lane during this phase.

Please note that additional construction phasing plans will 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 3. 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.

 

Student Union Expansion disruption