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MSU Construction and Improvements

Temporary Parking Change: S Lot near Waterfield Hall area

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Beginning Monday morning, September 22, through Tuesday evening, September 23, the "S" zone gravel parking area adjacent to the Waterfield Hall demolition site will be closed in preparation for the new East Parking Structure/Dining Commons construction project. The civil engineers will need to drill borings for the Geo-Tech Survey as part of the project structural design. Vehicles parked in this lot during these dates will need to relocate to either the US 60 lots or the new Brass Eagle parking lot located on the corner of Main Street and University Boulevard. The “S” lot will reopen Wednesday morning, September 24.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

Construction Update: Parking changes around Alumni Tower

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Please be aware of drilling and construction in preparation for the a new residence hall. Several parking spaces in the parking lot behind Alumni Tower will be blocked off and unavailable beginning Sept. 8. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please be aware that if you are unable to find a space in that area, that you may park in the "overflow" parking lot on US 60; shuttle service is provided Monday - Friday.

Planned water outage July 28 and 30

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The Office of Facilities Management will be shutting off water to the east end of campus at approximately 7:30 a.m. on Monday, July 28, and the west side of campus on Wednesday, July 30, at approximately 9:30 a.m. to install new control valves at various locations throughout our system. The water is expected to be down for 4 to 6 hrs. on the 28th (east end) and 2 hrs. on the 30th (west end).
 
The new valves are a continuation of Phase #1 water valve project that was completed in May. This project will greatly enhance our ability to localize a much smaller area when problems occur to our system in the future.
 
The shutdown on July 28 will affect the following major buildings on campus:
Allie Young, Ginger Hall, Rader Hall, Breckinridge Hall, Thompson Hall, Baird Music, Mays, Cooper, Butler, Cartmell, Rice, Laughlin, Camden-Carroll Library (Tower side), Mignon Hall, East Mignon, West Mignon, Mignon Tower, Nunn Hall, Eagle Lake Apartments, Alumni Tower, Waterfield Hall and Rec. & Wellness Center.
 
The shutdown on July 30 will affect the following major buildings on campus:
Button, President’s Home, Combs, Lloyd Cassity, Reed Hall, Lappin Hall and ADUC.
 
We appreciate your patience during this repair and request you contact John Mahaney at Facilities Management should you have any questions or concerns, 783-2609.

Campus water outage, May 16-22

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The Office of Facilities Management will be shutting off the main campus water system to install new control valves at various locations throughout the system at approximately 4:30 pm on Friday, May 16. The water is expected to be off no longer than six days, May 16 - May 22.
 
The new valves being installed will replace 50 plus year-old valves that no longer work properly. This project will greatly enhance the ability to localize a much smaller area when problems occur in the system in the future.
 
The outage will affect all domestic water in the following major buildings on campus: ADUC, Allie Young, Alumni Tower, Baird Music, Breckenridge Hall, Butler, Button, Camden-Carroll Library, Cartmell, Claypool-Young, Combs, Cooper, Eagle Lake Apartments, East Mignon, Fields Hall, Ginger Hall, Howell-McDowell, Lappin Hall, Laughlin, Lloyd Cassity, Mays, Mignon Hall, Mignon Tower, Nunn Hall, Rader Hall, Recreation & Wellness Center, Reed Hall, Rice, Thompson-Grote Hall, Waterfield, and West Mignon.
 
Major buildings not affected are: AAC, Allen Field, Center for Health, Education and Research (CHER), Eagle Center, Education Services Building, Jayne Stadium, and the Softball Field.
 
To address restroom facility availability, the Office of Facilities Maintenance will strategically locate executive wash rooms throughout campus.
 
Additional information is available by contacting John Mahaney at 606-783-2609.

Campus steam outage, May 16-22

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A campus wide steam outage will occur Friday, May 16 - Thursday, May 22. The Office of Facilities Management will be shutting off the main campus steam line in conduction with the water valve project.

The shutdown will affect all major buildings on campus (ACC, ADUC, Allen Field, Allie Young, Alumni Tower, Baird Music, Breckenridge Hall, Butler, Button, Camden-Carroll Library, Cartmell, Claypool-Young, Combs, Cooper, Eagle Center, Eagle Lake Apartments, East Mignon, Fields Hall, Ginger Hall, Howell-McDowell, Jayne Stadium, Lappin Hall, Laughlin, Lloyd Cassity, Mays, Mignon Hall, Mignon Tower, Nunn Hall, Rader Hall, Recreation & Wellness Center, Reed Hall, Rice, Softball Field, Space Science Center, Thompson-Grote Hall, Waterfield Hall, and West Mignon).  

The outage will affect the heat and the domestic hot water in the facilities.

The Center of Health, Education and Research (CHER) and the Education Services Building will not be affected.

Your patience will be appreciated while the work is being completed.  

Additional information is available by contacting John Mahaney in Facilities Management at 606-783-2609.

Work continues on multi-purpose facility near athletic complex

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Construction continues on Morehead State's new outdoor multi-purpose facility, which will also be used as a soccer practice field.

It is being built in the Breathitt Sports Complex, adjacent to the Academic-Athletic Center and just west of Jayne Stadium. 

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Road closure and traffic detour

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Price Solutions will be relocating the crane at Mignon Hall on Sunday, September 22 from Battson-Oates to Earle Clements Drive . This will require blocking traffic on Earle Clements Drive. The purpose for the relocation is to continue the removal of the precast panels on the south face of Mignon Hall and to install brick. This process is anticipated to take approximately three weeks to complete. 

With the road closure as you travel down the hill on Earle Clements Drive between A.B. Chandler and Battson-Oates Drive, traffic in the residential area will need to detour. Below is a map with a detour route for access to Alumni Tower, Cooper Hall, Recreation and Wellness Center, Nunn Hall, and Eagle Lake Apartments. The detour route is marked in red and the closure marked in yellow.

Also note, there will be NO change to MSU shuttle bus service.
 

Detour - residential area
 

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