WEEKLY UPDATE: May 8 - May 14, 2021
COVID-19 UPDATE
Work continues on essential projects to support critical housing and infrastructure for the campus community. This work continues to be done with close attention to the health and safety of construction workers. All planned work is subject to change based on shelter in place orders.

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WEST CAMPUS
HERRIN DEMOLITION:
  • Please use caution and follow the direction of construction signage and flaggers at Lomita and Roth.
  • Structural demolition of the Herrin buildings is now complete. Work will continue to remove demolition debris from the site.

GATES COMPUTER SCIENCE RENOVATION:
  • Demolition of interiors will continue through mid-May.
  • One lane on Jane Stanford Way is impacted due to debris boxes in front of the building.
  • Wall framing materials will be delivered to the site the week of 5/10.
  • Truck traffic will increase on Jane Stanford Way, Via Palou, and Via Ortega.
  • Use caution when traveling in the area.

CAMPUS DRIVE:
  • Domestic water underground utility replacement work through 6/1. Work hours from 8:30am to 4:30pm. 
  • Traffic will be impacted on Campus Drive with lane adjustments and flaggers. 
  • Expect delays on Campus Drive between Junipero Serra Blvd and Santa Teresa. 

HISTORY CORNER:
  • Utilities replacement project continues through Summer 2021.
  • Work will be done at nights, Mondays through Thursdays from 6pm to 4:30am.
  • History Corner Access Limitations:
  • Buildings 1 & 10: The doors on the north side that lead into the History Corner will be blocked. Occupants will be directed to use the south entrances towards the Church.
  • Buildings 20 & 40: No doors will be blocked; however, access to nearby walkways into the History Corner will be closed. 
  • Buildings 120, 160, 170 & 200: The doors on the south side that lead into the History Corner will not be blocked, but occupants will be directed toward doors that lead to Jane Stanford Way, Lasuen Mall, or Memorial Court. The lower and upper exits into History Corner on the south side should only be used in emergencies.

SAND HILL ROAD WATERLINES REPLACEMENT:
  • Water main replacements on Clark Way and Sand Hill Road.
  • Traffic will be impacted on Clark Way with lane adjustments. Flaggers will be onsite to direct traffic; work hours are from 9:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday.
EAST CAMPUS
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION:
  • Underground utility relocation and site work for the GSE building continues; work hours are 7am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.  
  • Available here is a map of the area under construction, area used for laydown, and the alternate bike and pedestrian paths.  
  • This is phase 1 of many that will be occurring around the GSE Building and Barnum to prep for an upcoming construction project. 

ARRILLAGA HALL PAVER REPLACEMENT:
  • Work to replace missing pavers and landscaping around Arrillaga Hall will continue through the end of May.
  • Use caution while traveling in the area.

ARGUELLO WAY:
  • Sanitary sewer replacement at the intersection of Arguello Way and Escondido Road.  
  • Traffic lanes will stay open while pedestrian paths and bike lanes will be routed around the construction zone; work hours are from 9:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday.

JANE STANFORD WAY:
  • Storm drain replacement at Jane Stanford Way in front of Memorial Hall and Auditorium. 
  • Traffic on the north side of the fountain will be closed and flaggers will be onsite to direct traffic; work hours are from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

GREEN LIBRARY EAST - HOHBACH HALL:
  • Hohbach Hall Green Library East 1st floor TI project.
  • Work hours are from 5:00am to 2:30pm.
  • MEP overhead rough ins.
  • Wall framing.
CONSTRUCTION MAP
Click to view interactive construction map.
SAFETY REMINDERS
  • Avoid using cell phones while walking or biking, especially around construction sites.
  • Pay attention to your surroundings as you walk, run, bike, or drive around campus.
  • Anticipate detours in construction areas and follow the directions of flaggers and signs.
  • If you're riding a bike, follow the rules of the road - stop at signs.
  • Allow a little more time than usual to travel on campus. 
ABOUT US
HEADS UP is a campaign designed to inform the campus community of construction activity and to provide strategies for navigating safely, whether on foot or on wheels.

Look out for HEADS UP signs around campus to warn you of construction-related detours or new circulation behaviors.

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To report disability access concerns related to any construction occurring on campus, 
including disabled parking or path of travel issues, please contact disability.access@stanford.edu