Parking lot 8
Parking lot 8, UTSA 1604 Campus

Update: 1604 Campus gas testing, road construction

By Tim Brownlee
Assistant Director of Public Affairs

(July 19, 2006)--The gas systems in some UTSA 1604 Campus buildings will be tested July 22, but all buildings will remain open during the testing.

  • Gas will be shut off for testing required by the state fire marshall's office from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, July 22 at the John Peace Library, Main, Business, Multidisciplinary Studies, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science, Biosciences, Engineering and Arts buildings and the parking garage at the UTSA 1604 Campus. The buildings will remain open during the testing. For more information, contact Facilities Work Control at (210) 458-4262.

Part of parking lot 6 near the Science and Biosciences building will close July 31 for construction work.

  • The north portion of parking lot 6 adjacent to the Science and Biosciences buildings, 1604 Campus, will close July 31 for construction of a thermal energy plant. The lot will remain closed until construction is completed in early 2008. The south portion of parking lot 6 will remain open during construction. For more information, visit the Parking and Transportation Services Web site.

A portion of James Bauerle Road at lot 8 will close July 24 for construction work. For more information and maps, visit the Parking and Transportation Services Web site.

  • Construction of an extension to James Bauerle Road at the 1604 Campus begins Monday, July 24. Part of Bauerle Road will be closed through December. Detour signs will be posted at the site. Bauerle Road runs on the east side of parking lot 8, south of the Arts Building.
  • In preparation for the construction project, Rhoderick Key Boulevard will close at 5 p.m., Friday, July 21; the short street and lot are accessed from Bauerle Road. The small parking lot is on the south side of the Arts Building. The Rhoderick Key lot will re-open from lot 8 only on Monday, July 24. Access will remain available to authorized personnel through the Service Drive from Fred Cook Drive. Fred Cook Drive runs from the north to the Humanities and Social Sciences Building.
  • Bauerle Road from O'Neill Ford Avenue to the construction area, formerly a one-way street, will be two-way beginning July 21. The lot 8 entrance drive to the Rhoderick Key Boulevard intersection also will become two-way. Parallel parking no longer will be permitted on Bauerle Road.

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