Exterior work on the BJC Institute of Health begins tomorrow (October 5th)

Tomorrow (October 5th) and Wednesday, October 6th, from 7 am to 3:30 pm, a contractor will be on-site working on the exterior of the BJC Institute of Health. In preparation for future work on the exterior of BJC Institute of Health, a contractor will be on-site working from a lift to clean small test areas […]

Revised – sidewalk replacements on Clayton and Taylor Avenues

We have made some changes to the work on the sidewalks on Clayton and Taylor Avenues. Today, we start on section #4 (Clayton Garage / Alley north sidewalk) and the one side of the drive lane (south entry) into the parking area of section #2. Please note, we will place signage to redirect foot traffic […]

Revised – Taylor Avenue will have lane closures starting Wednesday, October 6th

For Ameren to relocate electrical equipment and install new electrical cables, they will close one lane of Taylor Avenue between Duncan and Forest Park Avenues starting Wednesday, October 6th. This work will end by Wednesday, October 27th. During the shutdown, at least one lane of Taylor Avenue in either direction (north and south) will remain […]

Campus renewal contractor to mobilize on site today

Sent on behalf of Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Today, Campus Renewal contractor McCarthy Builders will begin to take over the site from the demolition team in preparation for construction of the 16-story inpatient tower at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Work starting immediately includes the following: Work in Hudlin Park – Starting Oct. 1 Construction trailers housing contractor offices will […]

Mark your calendar for upcoming sustainability events

Farmers Market As part of WashU’s celebration of Food Week, OFMD is bringing HarvestFest to the Farmers Market on Thursday, October 7, from 10am – 2pm! HarvestFest is a celebration of local farmers and fall foods. Stop by to chat with our local vendors and try some fresh apple cider! Free bike tune up In […]

Crane removes pool from Queeny Tower rooftop

Sent on behalf of Barnes-Jewish Hospital. A crane lifted the long-shuttered pool from the rooftop of the 18-story Queeny Tower at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in early April. Demolition contractors spent several days extracting the steel pool from the steel and concrete flooring installed above it after it closed. See more photos.