Brief Electrical Shutdown for Some Buildings December 20

Due to some maintenance work NYSEG plans to perform at a power station, the campus will be switching to a back up feed which will involve a brief electrical shutdown lasting no more than five minutes between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. on Saturday, December 20.

Only the following buildings are affected:

  • Administration
  • Admissions Center
  • Anderson Center
  • East Campus Housing- all buildings including C4
  • Fine Arts
  • Events Center
  • Science V (please note, Science V will remain fully functional)
  • Physical Facilities
  • West Gym

Emergency generators will provide power for life/safety equipment during the shutdown. NYSEG plans another brief shutdown December 23 but we do not yet know the time frame. I will share that once we have it.

Contact Sandy DeJohn with any questions at sdejohn@binghamton.edu or 777-4017.

Service Drive Closure-Crane Work at Health Services December 23

The service drive to the Health Services and Harpur's Ferry buildings will be closed from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, December 23 for crane operations to place a concrete cap on a new electric vault. Health Services and Harpur's Ferry will remain open and pedestrian traffic will be maintained. Patient parking during the service drive closure will be available in lot P. Emergency and EH&S vehicles will also be parked in dedicated spaces in lot P during the closure. If emergency vehicle access is needed to Health Services or Harpur's Ferry, the sidewalk may be used. Staff who work in either building may park in their normal spaces prior to 9 a.m. However, they will not be able to leave until the crane has completed work at 11 a.m. Contact project coordinator Don Whittemore with any questions at dwhittem@binghamton.edu or 777-5464.

Operation Clean Up January 9

This is the time of year Physical Facilities reaches out to the campus community to make a special effort to assist any departments/areas dispose of unwanted/obsolete equipment, files or other items. Operation Clean Up will take place on Friday, January 9, 2015. Physical Facilities will support this effort with extra dumpsters, recycling receptacles or confidential shred bins. Service requests for Operation Clean Up should be submitted to the Customer Service Center by January 6. More details about the effort and the guidelines that should be used can be found on our web page.

Final Flooring Work on Tuscarora Bridge Corridor December 15

The balance of the floor work at the Tuscarora bridge is scheduled for Monday Dec 15. The work will take a few hours to complete and the corridor between Tuscarora and Iroquois Commons will be closed for the entire day to allow the adhesive to set. Contact Mary Ann Fletcher with any questions at mfletch@binghamton.edu or 777-5074.

Propane Tank Installation November 24-January 2015

Site work began today to prepare for the installation of an additional propane tank adjacent to the Central Heating Plant. The site work involves some tree removal with delivery and placement of the 30,000 gallon tank anticipated next week. The additional tank will be located with the existing tanks. The propane tanks ensure the campus has a supply of gas in case of emergency. Work will be complete by the end of the year. Contact project coordinator Don Whittemore with any questions at dwhittem@binghamton.edu or 777-5464.

Connector Road Closed Until Spring

The Connector Road through the Nature Preserve is now closed until spring.

Center of Excellence Door Closure

The door adjacent to the overhead door at the Center of Excellence will be closed through December 31 while a connecting link and stairs are constructed as part of the Smart Energy Research and Development Building project. Signs will be posted to guide users around this work. Contact project coordinator Lisa Sklener with any questions at lsklener@binghamton.edu or 759-8276.


 

Last Updated: 12/18/14