As part of the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex project, the Park Terrace St. East and Park Terrace St. West (A2) parking lots will be permanently closed, starting Monday, March 18. The impacted parking lots are located north of Johnson Hall and Plageman Student Health Center.

SW Park Terrace Place will also be permanently closed north of Plageman Student Health Center. Construction fencing will be placed around the area in preparation for further construction activity.

The map shows the Park Terrace St. East and Park Terrace St. West parking lots, bordering NW Monroe Ave. Both parking lots are marked as closed.


Alternate ADA parking – contact Equal Opportunity & Access if you need further assistance

  • Weinger Hall East Lot – five ADA spaces
  • Memorial Place – Central Campus (west of People’s Park) – two ADA spaces
  • Bates Hall North Lot – four ADA spaces
  • N. 27th St., Arnold Way Lot – four ADA spaces
The map shows available ADA parking spaces in the Weniger Hall East, Memorial Place - Central Campus, Bates Hall North and N. 27th St., Arnold Way parking lots.

Pedestrian impacts

  • A section of the south sidewalk on Monroe Ave. between 26th St. and Memorial Place will be closed for the duration of the project.
    • Pedestrians may cross Monroe Ave. at 26th St. or Memorial Place and use the north sidewalk as a detour.
  • A section of the east sidewalk on 26th St. between Johnson Hall and the CEOAS Administration Building will be closed.
    • Pedestrians may use the west sidewalk and the crosswalk at the CEOAS Administration building as a detour.
  • The walkway between Johnson Hall and Plageman Student Health Center be closed.
  • The walkway south of the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center will be closed.
  • The walkway north of Johnson Hall will be closed.
The map shows a pedestrian detour around the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex construction site. Sidewalk closures are marked on Monroe Ave. between 26th St. and Memorial Place and on 26th St. between Johnson Hall and the CEOAS Administration Building. A detour route is marked on the west side of 26th St. and the crosswalk at the CEOAS Administration Building.

Building access

  • Johnson Hall – enter on the south or west side
  • CEOAS Administration Building – enter on the west side
  • Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center – enter on the north or east side

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Project Manager Dustin Sievers at (541) 760-6240 or Construction Manger Jason Lundy at (541) 270-0193.

As part of the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex project, the intersection at SW 26th Street and NW Orchard Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic on Friday, January 5 to allow for construction activity.

The north-south crosswalk on Orchard Ave. will be closed for pedestrians. The sidewalks in the area will remain open, except for a section of sidewalk on the east side of the intersection, directly in front of Johnson Hall. The loading dock north of Johnson Hall will be closed except for pre-arranged deliveries.

Bike lanes in the area will be closed.

The map shows an intersection closure at NW Orchard Ave. and SW 26th St.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Project Manager Dustin Sievers at (541) 760-6240.

This is an update to a previous notification.

The intersection at SW 26th St. and NW Orchard Ave. will remain closed through Wednesday, December 20.

The map shows an intersection and crosswalk closure at NW Orchard Ave. and SW 26th St., near Johnson Hall.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Jason Lundy at (541) 270-0193.

As part of early work for the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex project, sidewalks on the north, south and east sides of Johnson Hall will be closed to pedestrians from Monday, December 18 through January 5, 2024.

Sidewalks closed on the south, north and east side of Johnson Hall from December 18 until January 5.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager  Jason Lundy at (541) 270-0193.

As part of the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex project, the intersection at SW 26th Street and NW Orchard Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic on Monday, December 18 and Tuesday, December 19 to allow for construction activity.

The north-south crosswalk on Orchard Ave. will be closed for pedestrians. The sidewalks in the area will remain open, except for a section of sidewalk on the east side of the intersection, directly in front of Johnson Hall. The loading dock north of Johnson Hall will be closed except for pre-arranged deliveries. The concrete walkway on the south side of Johnson Hall will also be closed.

Bike lanes in the area will be closed.

The map shows an intersection and crosswalk closure at NW Orchard Ave. and SW 26th St., near Johnson Hall.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Jason Lundy at (541) 270-0193.

As part of the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex project, a section of the west sidewalk along SW Park Terrace Place will be permanently closed to allow for ongoing construction activities. The closure will begin Thursday, November 30. The impacted sidewalk section is located just north of Johnson Hall. This will be a permanent closure as the area undergoes construction related to the Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex.

The east sidewalk will be open for pedestrians. Other possible impacts include noise, dust and mud near the work site.

The map shows a sidewalk closure on the west side of SW Park Terrace Place, just north of Johnson Hall. The east sidewalk is marked as open.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Project Manager Dustin Sievers at (541) 760-6240.

As part of the Jen-Hsun & Lori Huang Collaborative Innovation Complex project, soil sampling work will occur around and near the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center from Monday, June 26 through Wednesday, June 28. Multiple parking spaces on the north end of the A2 parking lot west of the building will be closed. The rest of the parking lot will remain open. The work will require periodic closures to the Center’s patio area. The sidewalks bordering NW Monroe Avenue to the north and SW Memorial Place to the east will not be impacted. The sidewalks on the west and south sides of the Center may be temporarily unavailable due to equipment needs. Other possible impacts include noise near the work site.

The image shows the area surrounding the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center. Potential impacts to sidewalks are marked on the west and south sides of the building. Parking space closures are marked on the north side of the parking lot to the west of the Center. Locations for drilling sites are marked throughout the lawn and patio area. A text box states the drilling locations will be taped off while work is being done. A text box states that the patio will experience periodic closures and will be taped off during work.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Scylise Little.