Part of College Road Closed for Underground Utility Installation

From Monday, August 7, at 6:30 a.m. until Friday, August 11, at 5 p.m., College Road between F lot near Zais Hall and Demeritt Circle roadway to Forest Park will be closed to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic for utility installations. F Lot and Demeritt Circle will be accessible. There will be one-way traffic allowed between Morse and Rudman halls during the week. The Morse Hall loading dock and hi bay area and a portion of Kingsbury delivery access will be closed. There will be limited access to the EOS parking lot. We ask that you notify all delivery personnel (Fed-Ex, UPS, etc) who may be making deliveries to use an alternate entrance to Morse and Kingsbury. Facilities Design and Construction will have UNH police monitor traffic patterns, parking areas and assist any persons who may need directions. Emergency vehicles will be assisted by the contractors to access the area if the need arises. There will be three shifts of operations at the site to complete this job in a timely manner.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions please contact Jim O’Brien 396-4780 or Paul Henry 608-8416.

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