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Road work

To prepare the site for construction of the new Green Earth Sciences building at the corner of Samuel Morris Way and Panama Street, underground utility construction is scheduled to start in mid-July and continue until Sept. 24.

Construction of the building is scheduled to begin later this year, according to Lew Lane, construction administrator.

During the utility construction period, Sequoia Lane, Panama Street between Santa Teresa and Via Ortega, and Via Crespi will be affected. The streets will be closed at various stages of work.

While work is under way on Sequoia Lane and Via Crespi, those streets will be closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

During the period when Panama Street is closed, vehicular traffic will be detoured around the construction area via Santa Teresa and Campus Drive. Pedestrian traffic will be permitted, but will be diverted to the Roble/Terman side of Panama Street.

All affected streets and walkways will be reopened as soon as construction operations and safety considerations permit. For more information on this project, contact Lane at Facilities Project Management, 725-3188.


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