Crane work at South Energy Plant will close portion of Goss Lane

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This diagram, provided by the Planning, Design and Construction team in Facilities, shows the area of Goss Lane at R.A. Dent that will be closed temporarily Saturday Feb. 20 for crane work.

An additional section of Goss Lane near R.A. Dent Boulevard will be closed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, for crane work associated with South Energy Plant upgrades. The work is being performed on the weekend to limit interruptions.

The diagram above shows the affected area of Goss Lane (in the black rectangle) on the Health Sciences Campus. Access to the rear of the Carl T. Sanders Research and Education Building (CB) and its Hamilton Wing (CL), as well as the Interdisciplinary Research Center (CA), can be provided through existing construction gates if necessary. Please call 404-682-8408 to request access.

Parking Deck 4 on Goss Lane near the Student Wellness Center will remain accessible via John Wesley Gilbert Drive at the Dental College of Georgia to Spellman Street then Goss.

For the latest information on this and other campus construction projects, please visit the Pardon Our Progress page in Jagwire.

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Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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