February 3, 2012
Reroute of Traffic Near Central Energy Plant
As part of the Health Science Center’s ongoing commitment to maintain our campus infrastructure to serve the critical mission of our institution, Facilities Management will soon begin a project to replace cooling towers at the Central Energy Plant. This project will replace two cooling towers which were built in the late 1960’s with a much more modern, efficient, and safer cooling tower system.
This project will begin in early February and will continue through May. During this time, it will be necessary to reroute traffic around the Central Energy Plant. All public building entrances and parking lots will remain open and available for use. However, please use caution while traveling within this area and be especially alert for flag persons, construction barricades and traffic signage. Please refer to the traffic diagram below for detour information.
If you have questions or concerns about this project, please contact Jason Lambert, P.E., Construction Project Manager, at 213-8649.
Assistant Vice President for Facilities