Electrical and HTHW Shutdown July 2 - July 4
As part of renovations underway at the Central Heating Plant, there will be an electrical and high temperature hot water shutdown affecting various buildings and services on campus from Saturday, July 2 through Monday, July 4.

An electrical shutdown affecting the following buildings will take place from 7 a.m. July 2 to 3 p.m. July 4.

-Central Heating PlantGarage
-McGuire Building

Power for emergency lighting and signs will be available during this period for those buildings.

A high temperature hot water shutdown affecting the following buildings and services will take place from 7 a.m. July 2 to 3 p.m. July 4.

-Academic Complex (A&B)- no heat
-Administration Building- no heat, no hot water, no air conditioning
-Anderson Center- no heat or hot water
-East Gym- no heat
-Engineering Building- no heat, no hot water
-Events Center- no heat, no hot water
-Fine Arts- no heat, no hot water
-Garage- no heat, no hot water
-Lecture Hall and Student Wing- no heat, no hot water
-Library- no heat, no hot water
-Physical Facilities- no heat, no hot water
-Science I- no heat, no hot water
-Science II- no heat, no hot water
-Science III & Greenhouse- no heat, no hot water, no cage washer
-Science IV- no heat, no hot water, no cage washer
-Science Library and classroom addition- no heat
-Science V-no steam for cage washer
-Technology Hub (formerly Computer Center)- no heat
-West Gym- no heat, no hot water

Contact project coordinator Don Whittemore with any questions at dwhittem@binghamton.edu or 777-5464.
Murray Hill Road Partial Lane Closures June 29 - July 15
There will be partial lane closures on Murray Hill Road between the ITC access road and intersection with Route 434 between 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Wednesday, June 29 through Friday, July 15. The partial closures are related to work to install sidewalks, curbs and ADA access ramps in the area. Please use caution traveling through this area during this period. Contact project coordinator Lisa Sklener with any questions at lsklener@binghamton.edu or 759-8276.

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule Update-Parking Lot J1 Space Re-locations June 28 - July 8
Work in this area will take a little longer than originally announced and is now expected to wrap up July 8. 

A disability parking space will be relocated from parking lot J1 to J2  and some reserved spaces will be relocated within lot J1 from Tuesday, June 28 to Friday, July 8 due to installation of new light poles and bases. Signs will designate the temporarily re-located spaces. Contact project coordinator Lisa Sklener with any questions at lsklener@binghamton.edu or 759-8276. 

Crane Operation at ITC July 5- July 11
Crane operations near the Center of Excellence loading dock will create some noise and vibration disturbances affecting primarily the C pod labs and student rooms on the first floorTuesday, July 5 through Monday, July 11.  Contact project coordinator Lisa Sklener with any questions at lsklener@binghamton.edu or 759-8276.

Schedule Update-Pedestrian Safety and Circulation and Traffic Circle Project Begins June 20-West Drive Affected

The contractor has updated schedule information and work on the pedestrian safety and circulation upgrades project as well as the main entrance circle renovations will begin Monday, June 20. The pedestrian safety and circulation upgrades work is taking place on West Drive between the Academic Complex and Visitors Parking Lot. Initial activity will focus on drainage work, curbs, and sidewalks and portions of West Drive will be reduced to one lane traffic during the next three weeks. Beginning around July 5 there will be a two week period where West Drive will be closed between the Lecture Hall and the Visitors Parking Lot while speed tables are installed. Traffic will be rerouted using the Connector Road during this closure and this part of the project should be complete by the end of July. 

Work at the entrance circle is not expected to significantly affect traffic patterns. However, there may be occasional delays as materials or equipment are delivered. The projects are anticipated to wrap by the middle of August. Contact project coordinator Gary Bendert with any questions at gbendert@binghamton.edu or 777-4715

University Union/Engineering Building Pedestrian Circulation Improvements
Work to improve pedestrian circulation and safety in the area between the University Union and the Engineering Building is underway. University Union doors exiting to this area will be for emergency exit only during the project which will install new sidewalks and some landscaping. The UU dock will remain open during the work, however access is only via the Library/TechnologyHub/Engineering Building loading dock area. Also, following completion of the project, access for the UU loading dock through this point will be restricted to large tractor trailers only. A gate will be installed to control access. All other vehicles will have access to the UU loading dock through the Library/Technology Hub/Engineering Building loading dock area. Work is expected to wrap up around August 17.

June 6. The drives will remain open during the work and there will be a mini excavator and some other machinery on site. The drives will not have lighting at night during this work. The project should wrap up at the end of June, weather permitting. Contact Tom Seidel with any questions at tseidel@binghamton.edu or 777-4468.

Last Updated: 7/1/16