Over the next four to six weeks, construction in front of the Durham Outpatient Center (DOC) will result in sidewalk and lane restrictions. In an effort to ease congestion during peak business hours, the majority of this work has been scheduled to occur over nights and weekends. Drivers and pedestrians are asked to exercise extreme caution and pay attention to posted signage as changes will be ongoing. (Click on photos to enlarge.)
Saturday, Sept. 6: Emile street, Lot 50 and Durham Outpatient Center (DOC) circle drive
Construction of a new skywalk that will connect parking Lot 50 to the second level of DOC will kick off with deep foundation work starting Saturday, Sept. 6. This work requires closure of the south lane of Emile Street and the south sidewalk leading to the intersection of 45th and Emile streets. As a result, pedestrians traveling from Lot 50 to DOC will be required to use the temporary Emile Street pedestrian walkway, shifted just east of its current location. Those traveling from Lot 50 to the Durham Research Center towers will use the northwest stair tower of Lot 50, exiting west of the construction at 45th and Emile streets. Work in this area may extend into the first week of October.
Ongoing: 45th Street
Electrical work in the center lane of 45th Street continues. During this time, two-way traffic will be maintained, as will access to and from Green/Lot 2 Visitor Parking. Work is expected to continue into the first week of September.
Please direct all questions to Mike Faber, University of Nebraska Medical Center Facilities Management & Planning, at 9-4503, or Chris Johnson, The Nebraska Medical Center Facilities Management & Planning, at 2-3292.
Info provided by Mallory Car