DFA Projects Archive
Tenant Improvement Project 2020 | Rooms B42, 352, 354 and 545 will undergo abatement of asbestos containing materials in preparation of a tenant improvement project. During this time, all affected areas will be fully contained and be separated from the public. EH&S will provide oversight and air monitoring during this work.
To help with the loss of parking stalls for the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building (ISEB), parking lot 12B will expand to include an additional 32 reserved parking stalls next to the Multipurpose Science & Technology Building (MSTB). Parking lot 12B will continue to be reserved exclusively for AR permit holders.
The installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Engineering Service Road and East Peltason Drive will improve traffic flow for motorists and bicyclists in the area. Construction will widen the south-bound Engineering Service Road toward East Peltason Drive, replacing the shared turn lane with separated turning lanes. This traffic signal will be synchronized to the campus traffic system, thereby reducing stops and delays experienced by motorists. Bicyclists may also trigger green lights by stopping on one of the in-pavement detection loops installed at the intersection.
The new traffic signal at the intersection of Bison Avenue and Health Sciences Road will improve traffice low and provide safer crossings for pedestrians and cyclists in the area. Additionally, the new signal will help support the campus' expected growth.
The new traffic signal at the intersection of Los Trancos and East Peltason Drive will improve traffice flow and provide safer crossings for pedestrians and cyclists in the area. Additionally, a gate arm will be installed at the entrance to Los Trancos Service Road providing necessary emergency vehicle access to the Engineering and Physical Sciences locations.
A new parking lot located on Bison Avenue and Health Sciences Road providing approximately 1,000 parking stalls for UCI faculty, staff, and students, and 50 electric vehicle charging ports. This lot will help alleviate parking congestion throughout campus which is 10-minute walk to Ring Mall.