Main Campus Utility Shutdowns and Facility Service Disruption Notifications & Bulletins

2021 Campus Walkway Restoration Work May Until September

Download the campus map detailing the locations and timeframes of work


May 2021

May 7th Building 072 Chilled Water, Hot Water, Stean, Heating and Controls

May 7th Building 049 Conduit Work

May 6th Until 11th Building 232 Lighting

May 6th Building 180, 125, 129 and 066 Essential Power

May 6th Buildings 170, 185 and 199 Fire Alarm Testing

May 6th Building 031 AC6

May 4th Building 140 AC3 and AC4

May 4th Building 137 Fire Alarm Testing

May 4th Building 002 Basement Sprinkler System

May 3rd Until 7th Building 158 Sewer Drain Work

May 3rd Until 6th Elevator EL45 and EL46 Unavailable
 

May 3rd Building 140 AC2 for Inspection
 

May 3rd Building 073 Smoke Detectors
 

May 3rd Building 073 AC6 Air Supply

May 3rd Until 14th Building 068 Exit Sign Replacement

May 3rd Building 172 All Water

On-going Shutdowns and Service Disruptions

April 26th Until July 31st Access Behind Building 011 and Part of Parking Lot P51 Restricted

April 14th Until July 31st Sidewalk Access Restricted Between 072 Mountain Hall and 159 Thornbourough Building

April 12th Until May 28th Building 072 Chilled Water 

April 1st Until July 30 Building 072 Heating, Hot Water and Glycol System

March Until September University Centre Renovations


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.
 

Electrical

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 douglas@pr.uoguelph.ca.

Standardizing Shutdowns

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 snyman@pr.uoguelph.ca