NASHVILLE, TN — According to Vanderbilt University, starting from June 17 to 20, parts of West End Avenue in Nashville will be closed due to the removal of a crane.
There will be a removal of a 20-story construction crane that was used to finish the exterior and masonry work on the West End Tower. This tower is linked to Nicholas S. Zeppos College. The area that will be closed is between 24th and 25th avenues of West End Avenue, Nashville.
The purpose of blocking 24th and 25th avenues is to securely remove the crane from the construction site. The closing will begin at 7:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 17, and will continue until Sunday, June 20.
Furthermore, during the construction crane removal, Layton Construction will be the one in charge of having some traffic control officers. These officers will be positioned in the area to guide traffic to alternative routes. Residents are expected to be aware of the traffic for these four days.
West End Avenue is located in Nashville, TN. Many of the city's most interesting restaurants and boutique businesses are located in the quiet neighborhood surrounding Vanderbilt University. The posh area is home to various alumni and university faculty members due to its near proximity to the school.
Not only restaurants and boutiques, West End Avenue also has several comfortable living area, such as homes, condo buildings and townhome developments. This living area starts at 16th Avenue North near Downtown Nashville and it ends near Whitland Avenue close to Montgomery Bell Academy.
Due to the crane removal, some activities might be affected. So, for more information and questions or concerns, you can contact Campus Planning and Construction at email@example.com.
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