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MLP-10 Parking Garage Renovations Begin

A landdscape view of a parking garage

Photo:  Eric Bock

A view of the Parking Garage Entrance/Exit

Photo:  Eric Bock

MLP-10, the 1,143-space parking garage located behind Bldgs. 31 and 33, has begun major renovations to address structural and plumbing repairs and waterproofing. 

The urgent repairs are taking place in phases to minimize impact to employees, starting on levels 5 and 6. The garage itself will not close. 

No more than 241 spaces will be unavailable at any one time; most often approximately 150 spaces will be affected at one time. Even with the temporary removal of slots, there should still be ample parking available in the garage. 

Inside MLP-10, construction areas will be clearly marked. Signage will assist vehicles navigating around work zones during the beginning of each phase. Alternative handicap and reserved parking spaces will be provided within MLP-10 once existing slots come under repair. 

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