L Street to Close Over Weekend of Oct. 26-27 for Final Bridge’s Steel

Posted by on Oct 17, 2013 | 0 comments

Now that the Radiation Oncology Center elevators in the Buhler Building/Sutter Cancer Center have been taken out, construction crews are erecting the bridge that will connect the Buhler Building to the Anderson Lucchetti Women’s and Children’s Center. This will be the sixth bridge that links the midtown Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento hospitals together and to the outpatient services and physician offices at Sutter Capitol Pavilion, Buhler Building and Fort Sutter Medical Complex.

On the weekend of Oct. 26 and 27, L Street will be closed in order to deliver the bridge’s steel to the site. The set-up will be similar to when L Street was closed for the construction of the spanning structure, with valet parking for the Buhler Building and Sutter General Hospital flowing in the opposite direction. Traffic will exit through the SGH drop-off lane and turn right on 28th Street.

The sidewalk on the Sutter General Hospital side will remain open throughout the weekend, and all staff and visitors should enter at the main hospital lobby. For those going to the Buhler Building, please cross L Street at 28th Street or walk across the bridge that connects the hospital and Buhler.

The work will be completed by Monday, Oct. 28, and L Street will be back to normal for the workweek.

Here is the map that shows the L Street closure and valet parking reconfiguration on Oct. 26 and 27. L Street is only expected to be closed over that weekend.

Here is the map that shows the L Street closure and valet parking reconfiguration on Oct. 26 and 27. L Street is only expected to be closed over that weekend.

Posted by on Oct 17, 2013 in Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center, Buildings, News, Traffic & Construction Updates | 0 comments

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