Fenwick Library: Temporary Fencing

Posted: August 29, 2012 at 4:14 pm, Last Updated: August 30, 2012 at 3:27 pm

Preparation for the Fenwick Library addition has begun. There will be temporary fencing to allow for test pitting around the construction site. Below is a schedule and what each phase will entail for pedestrian and vehicular pathways.

Phase 1: Thirteen (13) pits will be tested over 2 weeks. Detours will redirect pedestrians around the fencing in front of Fenwick Library.

Phase 2:Fifteen (15) pits will be tested over 1.5 weeks. The pedestrian pathway behind Fenwick Library will be maintained and not obstructed.

Phase 3: Ten (10) pits will be tested over 1 week. The disabled parking will be maintained and not obstructed.

Phase 4: Fourteen (14) pits will be tested over 1 week. Small fences will be surrounding each test pit on the west side of Fenwick Library, then followed by plates to maintain traffic.

Phase 5: Seven (7) pits will be tested over 1 week. Small fences will be surrounding each test pit on the east side of Fenwick Library, then followed by plates to maintain traffic.

Write to Lori Yi at lalvara2@gmu.edu

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