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Site Tour: Rehabilitation of Lock 7 on the Oswego Canal

Lock O-7
Oswego, NY 13126
Friday, March 16 2018 - 1:00 PM

Join ASCE for a tour of the ongoing $25M rehabilitation for Lock O-7 in Oswego, NY.  
Please bring your own hard hat, safety vest and wear closed-toe shoes. Extra hard hats and safety vests will be on hand for those that do not have their own. 
Start Time: 1:00 PM 
Approximate Length of Tour: 1.5 hours                  
Where: Lock O-7 (Meeting location & address TBA. Sign up on the events page and the meeting location will be emailed to you closer to the event date.) 
Cost: Free 
After the tour (optional): Join us at The Press Box for an early “happy hour”. 
29 East First Street 
Oswego, NY 13126
The Lock O-7 rehabilitation project is scheduled to be completed over the span of three nonnavigational canal seasons. The work will include mechanical and electrical repairs and replacements, concrete repairs, miter gate replacements, and lock house demolition and relocation, to name a few. This lock was originally built in 1914. 

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