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Drainage work in Lot J4 this week

A contractor will be installing a pavement underdrain to fix a subsurface drainage issue in parking lot J4 at the Innovative Technologies Complex beginning Wednesday, Nov. 13. Work is anticipated to take two to three days to complete. During the work, the lower two rows of parking will be blocked by barriers to protect vehicles and pedestrians. The schedule is weather dependent and may shift to start Thursday, Nov. 14. Contact project coordinator Nick Corcoran with any questions at corcoran@binghamton.edu or 777-3199.

Update- Hinman Dining Hall renovation pedestrian path changes

Due to rain this week, the contractor for the Hinman Dining Hall project will likely get to work on fence installation Monday, Nov. 11. The contractor may at times impact traffic along the Connector Road during the work in that area. If lanes are impeded, flag persons will be used to help direct traffic. Fencing work will continue through the week of Nov.11. The fenced area will include the Hinman Quad and will change pedestrian paths from the M lots to the central campus. Pedestrians heading to central campus from the M lots should use the new walkway constructed along the Connector Road to reach destinations. Initial work for the dining hall renovation will involve a lot of utility relocation in the area of Hinman Quad. Pedestrian paths to all the residential halls in Hinman College except Cleveland, which is also under renovation, will be maintained. Signage will be in place to indicate pedestrian path changes. Also a reminder that any area on campus that is fenced for contractor use is off limits to everyone but the contractor. For safety, do not cross fence lines, enter construction zones or remove fencing. Contact project coordinator Gregg Konnick with any questions at gkonnick@binghamton.edu or 777-2598.





Last Updated: 11/11/19