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Construction Projects Affecting Parking Lot and Champ Drive

Monday, Nov. 12, 2012

Excavation and the installation of manholes will affect the parking lot east of the new Agricultural Sciences Building andChamp Drive.


Excavation and trenching will take place through the lot beginning Nov. 14. The lot will remain closed through the Thanksgiving break and will re-open Nov. 26 when the academic schedule resumes.


Champ Drive will remain open during construction with the exception of Saturday, Nov. 17.


On that day access to the parking lot south of Old Main will be made possible by temporarily allowing vehicles to enter Champ Drive from the north and 800 East.


Drivers are encouraged to drive slowly and use extreme caution while passing in front of the Taggart Student Center, the Living Learning Center and Widtsoe Hall Chemistry building as this access area will also remain open to pedestrians.


For a map of the area, click on the pdf option below or here.


For information on the project, contact Joe Beck, project coordinator, Utah State University Facilities, 797-3757.

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