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Work may disrupt travel on Lausen Mall On Dec. 16, construction began on the Lasuen Steam Condensate Replacement project, and people who walk or bicycle through the area should exercise caution in the area, officials said. The work was expected to take about eight weeks but may take longer because of rain delays. The workers will replace deteriorated steam condensate piping in Lasuen Mall from the Clock Tower north to a point opposite the Cummings Art Building. The work area has been fenced off. To provide for vehicle and pedestrian movement, three crossings through the fenced area are being provided. The pipe trench will be covered with steel plates at those locations, according to Lewis Lane, facilities engineer. Walkers and bikers should be careful when going through the area, especially when crossing over the plated trench. In addition, community members are advised to be alert for changes in the fence location as the construction progresses.


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