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Friday, September 26, 2014

Asphalt Pavement?

UAS Construction Update for 9/26/2014

Asphalt Pavement?

Pathway to Soboleff Building:  We have been scheduled to pave 3 times now, with no asphalt being placed yet.  September in Southeast Alaska does not have the best weather when trying to place Asphalt Pavement.   Paving is one of the last items on a construction project and unfortunately this typically happens in August and September, a couple very rainy months for Juneau.  The only month that typically has more rain is October.  Anytime the weather permits, the paving contractor has been working all over Juneau.  UAS is nearing the top of their list and they are planning on paving tomorrow, Saturday, September 27.  Let’s all cross or fingers that the weather on Saturday is as good as it is today.

 Pathway to Whitehead Building still waiting for Asphalt Pavement.

Pathway

 

 

UAS Site Lighting:

The Contractor installed several of the new pathway LED lights next to the Egan Library walkway.  Look for more of these pathway lights to go up on the pathway to the Whitehead Building and along the sidewalk of Auke Lake Way.

 

UAS Freshman Housing. 

The Contractor has been replacing window hinges in the UAS Freshman Residential suites and finishing punch-list items.  We appreciate the patience of our UAS Freshmen and apologize for the inconvenience this has caused.  Next week we will see a couple of man-lifts working around the outside of the new UAS Freshman Housing while they complete the metal siding around the windows and corners of the building.  This work is expected to take several weeks.

 

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