Segre Road (Sally’s Alley) will be closed during removal of a large eucalyptus tree that is located on the hillside between Building 43 and Old Town Building 14. For more information, contact Dave Dovichi (x2958) or Mike Elizalde (510-812-0671). Lab map >
Those who need custom furniture requiring design assistance must place orders by August 1. Contact Keith Scholz at Staples to schedule an appointment. Those using eBuy for ready-to-use furniture must place orders by August 19.
Concrete placement will require the intersection at Alvarez and Blackberry Canyon roads to be closed to vehicle traffic on Saturday, June 18, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. During this time, vehicles may access Building 90 via Chamberlain Road, which will be controlled by flagging personnel. For questions or concerns, contact Don Beaton at ext. 7109, or Dave Dovichi at ext. 2958.
The crosswalk will be installed just above the Bevatron traffic circle. As a result, Smoot Road will be reduced to single-lane traffic, with flagging personnel directing traffic. For the safety of workers, pedestrians, and drivers, please respect the flaggers.
Alvarez Road and Blackberry Canyon Road (which leads to Pit parking lot) will be closed to vehicle traffic 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. through the weekend to accommodate storm drain repairs. During this time vehicles may access Building 90 via Chamberlain Road, which will be controlled by flagging personnel. For questions or concerns contact Don Beaton (x7109).
To accommodate the pruning of trees near Horseshoe Curve (below Blackberry Gate) this weekend, Cyclotron Road will be narrowed to one lane with two-way traffic controlled by flaggers. Use caution in the area.
Buildings affected include Building 2 and 23 (Guest House) on Saturday only, and 17, 27, 46, 47, 53, 58, 58A on Saturday and Sunday. With the exception of standby generator power, all power, including utilities, will be off. For safety reasons, access will be strictly controlled. Contact Dan Schrantz (x7822) for more information.
The San Francisco Chapter of the AIA “appreciated the restraint of the project, beautifully scaled volumes, and incredible attention to framing the landscape. The care and rigor in its design are readily apparent without any sense of preciousness.” Chu Hall houses the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis. More>
The Facilities Division will participate in the National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction. The event provides an opportunity for employees to focus on fall hazards and reinforce the importance of fall prevention. More>