Logan Hall Landscaping Project
UNM Facilities Management (FM) will be performing landscape improvements to Logan Hall beginning Oct. 26. Here’s what you need to know:
The project is taking place at Logan Hall located on Redondo Road across from the Art Annex building.
Time and Dates
The work is planned to begin on Oct. 26 and is expected to last approximately 2 weeks. Note: this project is weather dependent and time frames may change should adverse weather conditions occur.
Pedestrian and Traffic Impacts
- Vehicle traffic on Redondo is not expected to be impacted, though drivers should be aware of equipment and crews working in the area.
- The pathway along the west side of the building will be closed as needed throughout the projects and pedestrians may encounter signage to redirect traffic flow.
The west door of Logan Hall will be closed periodically for pedestrian safety as equipment and crews operate in the area, however this will not be for the duration of the project and signage will be posted as needed to guide pedestrians.
Some general noise from trenching equipment can be expected at times, but it should not be excessive or sustained.
Westwind Landscape Construction is the contractor for the project. The project lead for UNM is Rich Schorr, and he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concrete repair projects on north campus - October 2021
During the month of October, Facilities Management (FM) Grounds and Landscaping will be making concrete walkway repairs at various locations on north campus.
Project Areas and Impacts
Novitski Hall - Bldg #249: Repairs will take place on the east side of the building and will require the use of one handicap spot for equipment access. The stairway access to the south will be closed during construction.
Family Practice - Bldg #248: Repairs will be to the ramp northwest of the building. The ramp will be closed during the project.
Domenici Center - Building #200: Repairs will occur on the south side of the building along the pillars to the ramp. The ramp will not be entirely closed.
Gas line maintenance project near UNMH
UNM Facilities Management (FM) would like to inform UNM and the neighboring community that New Mexico Gas Company will be performing gas line repair and maintenance along Frontier Avenue beginning Oct. 4. Here’s what you need to know:
The project is taking place on Frontier Avenue west of Vassar Drive. Equipment will be staged in the road on the west end of the project area (see map).
Time and Dates
The work is planned to begin on Oct. 4 and last for three weeks. Note: this project is weather dependent and time frames may change should adverse weather conditions occur.
- Frontier Avenue is expected to remain open to vehicle traffic throughout the project, however drivers should expect intermittent lane closures, particularly around the equipment staging area or as deemed necessary for safety by the onsite crews.
- Flaggers will be onsite to ensure safe traffic flows.
- Access to parking lots and reserved spaces along Frontier will not be impacted.
Sidewalks on the south side of Frontier will be closed approaching the equipment staging area or as deemed necessary for safety by the onsite crews. Sidewalks on the north side of Frontier will remain open. Pedestrians should use caution if walking in the area.
Area service outages are not planned as part of this project, though individual facilities may require temporary interruptions of service. These facilities will be contacted directly in advance of any planned outages.
Some general equipment noise from boring machines can be expected at times, but it should not be excessive or sustained.
DUB-L-EE, LLC is the contractor for the project. The project lead for New Mexico Gas Company is Tim Duncan, and he can be reached at Timothy.Duncan@nmgco.com or (505) 697-3529.
Walking path changes for north campus
UNM Facilities Management (FM) would like to inform UNM and the surrounding community that scheduled repairs for the drainage system near Bratton Hall will require a portion of the walking path surrounding UNM North Course to be closed for construction from Sept. 20 through mid-November, weather permitting. Here’s what you need to know:
The work will take place adjacent to the New Mexico Court of Appeals and Bratton Hall at the southern most edge of the course (see map below for details).
Normal working hours for the project will be 7 a.m.-4 p.m. The expected mid-November completion time frame may require adjustment should unexpected weather conditions occur.
Closure & Traffic Impacts
In the interest of public safety, the southern portions of Bernalillo Open Space Trail will be closed to trail users for the duration of the project (Sept. 20 through mid-November).
Path users will be redirected to an alternative route along Yale Boulevard, Tucker Avenue, and Stanford Drive. For safety, to maintain course play, and to preserve grounds conditions, path users are asked to respect the detour and not leave the designated path.
Parking Lot Impacts
During the project, approximately six to eight parking spaces in the L-Lot along Tucker Avenue will be occupied by construction crews. Lot users should use caution as there will be construction vehicles and equipment moving in the area.
Altor Construction, Inc. is the contractor for the project. The project lead for Facilities Management is Jesse Hart, and he can be reached at email@example.com or 505-803-4990.
Summer - October 2021
HSC Upper Plaza Project - Beginning 5/18/21 and lasting through September, contractors will be building a new structure for campus users to gather, eat, and rest.
During the construction period, campus users may notice fencing, increased foot traffic, noise and construction vehicles moving in and around the site. Please use caution if traveling in the area.
The construction manager for the project is Kyle Duran with UNM HSC Facilities and he can be reached with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.