Reconstruction of Algoma Blvd and the walking path from Reeve Union to Student Rec will begin on Monday, March 7, unless weather delays the start.
In this first phase of the project, Dorner Inc. will be working on the walking pathway from Reeve Union to the Student Rec and Wellness Center. They will complete the storm, sanitary, water, tree removal and concrete paving work through this area.
This phase of the project is scheduled to be completed in 10 consecutive weeks. For the entirety of the construction, the walkway area described above will be unavailable and use of alternative paths through campus will be required. Pedestrians heading to the Student Recreation and Wellness Center can travel down Osceola Street.
Additionally, High and Pearl avenues will each be closed to through traffic while utility work crosses each road, respectively. At no point will both High and Pearl avenues be closed to traffic at the same time. Access to all campus facilities will be maintained.
We realize that the entire Algoma Boulevard Project, which is expected to continue through November, is going to cause some inconvenience and frustration along the way. We ask for your patience and understanding. It will all be worth it in the end as this major upgrade to the main traffic route running through the Oshkosh campus is long overdue and will enhance our look and traffic flow for years to come. You can learn more about the Algoma Boulevard Project online.
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If you have any questions regarding the construction feel free to call the City of Oshkosh Engineering Division at (920) 236-5065.