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Brief Power Outage on January 11

January 7, 2021

Due to an urgent need, we will be interrupting power to the following buildings on Monday, January 11, 2021 from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. to test critical electrical equipment:

  • Activity Center (AB)
  • Administration (AD)
  • Arts and Humanities Buildings (AH1 and AH2)
  • Edith O’Donnell Arts & Technology Building (ATC)
  • Lloyd V. Berkner Hall (BE)
  • Classroom Buildings (CB, CB1, CB2, and CB3)
  • Central Energy Plant (CEP)
  • North Engineering and Computer Science (ECSN)
  • South Engineering and Computer Science (ECSS)
  • Founders West Annex (FA)
  • Founders North (FN)
  • Founders Building (FO)
  • Cecil H. Green Hall (GR)
  • Cecil and Ida Green Center (GC)
  • Karl Hoblitzelle Hall (HH)
  • Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM)
  • Erik Jonsson Academic Center (JO)
  • North Office Building (NB)
  • North Lab (NL)
  • Machine Shop
  • Eugene McDermott Library (MC)
  • Parking Structure 3 (PS3)
  • Physics Building and Annex (PHY and PHA)
  • Rec Center West (RCW)
  • Residence Hall West (RHW)
  • Science Learning Center (SLC)
  • Sciences Building (SCI)
  • Student Services Building and Addition (SSB and SSA)
  • Student Union (SU)
  • Theater (TH)
  • Visitor Center & University Bookstore (VCB)

For safety reasons, during these outages, no one will be allowed in the effected buildings. Occupants of these buildings are strongly encouraged to turn off computers and other sensitive equipment. To access the above buildings, please contact UT Dallas Police.

Sidewalk and Lot Closures Around the Bioengineering Science Building and Callier Center Richardson Through February 2021

November 16, 2020

Sidewalks around the Bioengineering Science Building (BSB), the Natural Science and Engineering Research Lab (RL), Callier Center Richardson (CR) and the Callier Center Richardson Addition (CRA) will be closed as part of the Campus Landscape Improvement Project.

On the south side of CRA, a temporary sidewalk will connect the building’s south entrance to the sidewalk along North Loop Rd.

Several parking spots on the west end of Lot N will be closed, and the northwest entrance to CR will be blocked, but a temporary wheelchair ramp will added near the center of that lot.

This project is expected to be finished some time in February 2021.

South Rutford Ave. Closure Through May 2021

November 10, 2020

A section of Rutford Ave. between Karl Hoblitzelle Hall (HH) and Engineering and Computer Science North (ECSN) will be closed between November 10, 2020, and May 2021.

Another section of Rutford Ave., between Engineering and Computer Science West (ECSW) and Engineering and Computer Science South (ECSS) extending down to Franklyn Jenifer Dr., will be closed between November 15, 2020, and May 2021.

A pedestrian path crossing Rutford Ave. on the north end of this construction zone will open on January 19, 2021.

A pedestrian path between HH and ECSW leading to the east entrance of Karl Hoblitzelle Hall will remain open during the construction.

Green Hall Sidewalk Closures Through May 2021

September 10, 2020

Sidewalks to the east and south of Cecil H. Green Hall (GR) will be closed in three phases as part of the Campus Landscape Enhancement Project between now and May 26, 2021.

Phase I

Phase I of this project will be closed first. During this time, visitors parking in Lot A should use the lot’s southern exits and come over the bridge to reach Green Hall.

Phase II

When Phase I work is completed, Phase I will open and Phase II will be closed off. During Phase II, the east doors of Green Hall will be blocked; You will need to use the north and south entrances during this phase of work.

Phase III

When work is completed on Phase II, it will open and Phase III will be closed.

This project is expected to be finished sometime in May 2021.

Central Rutford Ave. and Surrounding Land Closure Through May 2021

August 19, 2020

A section of Rutford Ave. and the surrounding land on both sides of it will be closed as part of the Campus Landscape Enhancement Project. The affected area extends between Classroom Building 2 (CB2), Arts and Humanities 2 (AH2), Classroom Building 3 (CB3), the Energy Plant (EP), the Science Learning Center (SLC) and Lloyd V. Berkner Hall (BE).