13 Sep St. Luke’s Construction/Road Closure Updates
Below are updates from various construction projects near the St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center. Please share these updates with your networks, neighbors and friends. Thank you!
Bannock Corridor will be closed to vehicles for week of Sept. 16
- Construction crews will return to Boise’s Bannock Corridor early Monday, Sept. 16, to finish concrete and other work along the corridor and near main entrance to the Center for Breast Imaging.
- Please watch for detour signs near the Bannock Corridor while crews finish their work.
- The Bannock Corridor, the one-block stretch between 1st Street and Avenue A in front of the downtown hospital, will be closed to vehicles Monday through Friday, Sept. 16-20, from approximately 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bollards will be in place to block vehicles.
- Crews plan to limit the noisiest construction work to before or after regular business hours.
- Landscaping crews will also be working in the corridor throughout the week to plant trees and flowers.
- The main entrance into the Center for Breast Imaging will be closed Monday, Sept. 23, to allow crews to finish concrete work. The center will remain open. Staff will be on hand to help patients navigate alternative routes to the center.
FitOne is almost here! Please plan for race participants near your neighborhood
- St. Luke’s FitOne 5K, 10K and Half Marathon may be coming to your neighborhood Saturday, Sept. 28, with various road closures from 5 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
- Please see attached neighborhood notification map to see how your neighborhood may be impacted.
FMRI’s new downtown location
- Family Medicine Residency of Idaho is currently moving out of its location near the St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center, and will begin seeing patients in its new location at 325 W. Idaho Street in downtown Boise on Monday, Sept. 16.
Concrete work near Boise hospital
- Concrete pours near the Boise hospital will take place on about Oct. 2, 7, 9 and 16, and also each Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the next few months.
- Construction crews expect to pour concrete for the new Central Plant/Patient Parking Garage and the Shipping and Receiving facility being built between 1st and 2nd streets and State and Bannock streets. Crews will work to minimize noise and impact on the neighborhood.
- Please continue to watch for detours in the area.
Have a great weekend!
|Daniel Mediate, MS
St. Luke’s Health System