Main Campus Utility Shutdowns and Facility Service Disruption Notifications & Bulletins
October 15th Parking Lot P49 Closed
Please be advised that Parking Lot P-49 will be closed on Tuesday, October 15 for the day to accommodate line painting. Should you have any questions, comments or concerns pertaining to this closure, please contact Justin Selby, Manager, Construction Coordination firstname.lastname@example.org
October 15th Gas Line Repair behind 032 Graham Hall
Please be advised that on Tuesday October 15th at 7:00 am the road behind Graham Hall will be closed until further notice to replace the gas main. P36 will remain open during repairs as vehicles will be able to use the exit lane to enter. A notice will be sent out when repairs are completed. Contact Dave Bezanson, Mechanical Shop 519-220-8741 if you have a question or concern.
October 1st East Village Fire Hydrant Flow Test
Please be aware that Physical Resources has retained a contractor to perform a hydrant water flow test on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 8:00am for approximately 5 minutes. The hydrant being tested is located within East Village Residence in the vicinity of Units 98, 99, 121 and 122. Other then the visual distraction of the water, this test provides no disruption to the East Village Residence tenants or the rest of the campus as a whole.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns pertaining to this work, please feel free to contact Justin Selby, Manager, Construction Coordination Office extension 56918 or email@example.com
October 2019 Until March 2021
September 2019 Until October 2019
April 2019 Until August 2020
Future Annual Utilities Shutdowns
To provide the campus community with the opportunity to plan future activities, Physical Resources has developed a standard time frame for the annual electrical and steam systems maintenance shutdowns.
The shutdowns are necessary to perform essential preventive maintenance on these systems.
Yearly campus wide electrical shutdowns will take place each year on the last Saturday in April.
These shutdowns are to do preventive maintenance on our aging electrical infrastructure. The theory of course is that good preventive maintenance on critical equipment will minimize disruptive emergency outages. We ask that departments plan their activities well in advance and avoid these dates. These dates represent the least disruptive window of opportunity to do this work. Buildings will be without regular power for the duration of the shutdown. Emergency lighting, as provided by the campus essential power system, will not be affected. As the shutdown dates approach, we will issue more detailed information. Queries shall be directed to Doug Doel, Manager, Electrical Design, extension 53459 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Standardizing shutdown times will allow departments to plan their activities well in advance so as not to cause undue disruption. In particular, it is important that no major special events be planned during these shutdowns. Arranging temporary power or steam supplies is very expensive and generally will not be provided. If you have any questions or require any additional information please contact Steve Nyman, Director, Maintenance and Energy Services at extension 52014 or email email@example.com