Lot 35 to close permanently due to construction starting May 6


Remaining employees parking in Lot 35 will be relocated

On Monday, May 6, the construction project currently underway to run chilled water lines from the new chilled water plant on Charles Katz Drive to the existing plant on the Greehey Academic and Research Campus, will expand to the grounds of the Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies.

On May 6, construction fencing will be placed in Lot 35 and in the landscaped area next to the Barshop Institute, located on the corner of Floyd Curl Drive and Charles Katz Drive. The construction will require the permanent closure of Lot 35. The remaining employees parking in Lot 35 will be relocated. Options for relocation include Garage G and lots 17 and 30. Barshop Institute lot permit holders can contact the parking office for further information.

Once the construction fence is placed, the entrance to the stairwell door of the Barshop Institute Building on the corner of Charles Katz Drive and Floyd Curl Drive, will not be directly accessible. Employees will need to walk around to the front of the Barshop Institute building towards Garage G and enter through the building’s front door or continue around the building to the stairwell. This phase of the project is scheduled to end on August 16.

Below, please find a map of the area where construction will take place beginning May 6.

A separate area adjacent to the north side of the Barshop Institute Building will have a later start date of  June 6. This phase of the construction at the Barshop Institute is scheduled to end on Sept. 30.

For more information about the road closures or parking during this project, please email the parking office at parking@uthscsa.edu or call 210-567-2800.


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