Work on the Dovedale Ave section of the Uni-Cycle Route has commenced. The existing footpath will be replaced with a 3.5m shared path which will impact the on-street parking during construction. The work is scheduled to take 8 weeks, and once this section is completed, the majority of on-street parking will remain.
Works on Ilam Fields have been delayed due to the poor weather but the final section is to be asphalted this week with some line marking and remedial landscaping work to follow.
The entrance to University Drive off Ilam Road is being prepared for a new crossing which will allow cyclists and pedestrians to travel more directly from Ilam Fields onto University Drive. Work on the western side of Ilam Road road will be completed by the end of May. Work on the eastern side will then begin to create the separated facility. All works on Ilam Road are expected to be complete at the end of June.
Work on the western side of Clyde Road is nearing completion with asphalt to be laid this week. This will provide the much needed tie in for pedestrians and cyclists to the new facility on University Drive. Work will then commence on the intersection of Clyde Road and Hinau Street.
Modifications to the intersections along the neighbourhood greenway being built between Clyde Road and Riccarton Bush are underway and will continue until the end of June.
The CCC is looking forward to opening the whole section of this route in early July and thanks everyone for their continued patience.
Following earlier advice about power outages necessary to enable commissioning of new power infrastructure on the Ilam campus, we wish to advise that a further power outage is required this weekend.
Outage Period – 29 April, from 8am – 6pm
Buildings affected are:
Business and Law
Macmillan Brown Library
Te Ao Marama
Fine Arts blocks 1-4
Central Lecture Theatres C1-3
Rehua construction site
Locke and Logie
Students are advised that for the affected buildings there will be NO ACCESS as the buildings will be locked down by Security for the period of the outage and it is recommended that building occupants turn off their computers and area printers last thing before leaving work on the evening before the outage.
While the timing should mean any impact will be minimal, we apologise in advance for any inconvenience. Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
Group Manager Engineering
Phone ext: 95498
Mob – 0274364161
This is notify of a power outage planned for the evening of Saturday 22nd April from 5:30pm until 8:30pm.
We apologise for the short notice, but this is required to repair equipment that failed during the significant campus shutdown last weekend and we are acting to make the repair as quickly and with as little disruption as possible.
The buildings affected are:
Puaka-James Hight Library
Staff are advised that for the affected buildings there will be NO ACCESS as the buildings will be locked down by Security for the period of the outage.
It is recommended that building occupants turn off their computers and area printers last thing before leaving work on the evening before the outage.
Please forward this advice to any affected staff and student building users as appropriate.
While the timing should mean any impact will be minimal, we apologise in advance for any inconvenience.
Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
Int ext – 95501
Ph – (03) 369 5501
Mob – 0274 781 371