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Electrical Upgrade Project Update

The contractor for the electrical upgrade project has finished most work on the area between Science 1 and Academic B. They will return to the area in the spring for final paving and site restoration. Detours with signage are now in place between Science 2 and Science 3. The contractor is working in the grass area between Science 2 and Science 3 to construct concrete pads for new transformers. Additional work related to this project will take place in Science building electrical rooms. Contact project coordinator Don Whittemore with any questions at dwhittem@binghamton.edu or 777- 5464.

Physical Facilities Services During Holiday Break

A reminder that Facilities services will be reduced during the holiday break. More information can be found here.

Operation Clean Up January 11

I reminder also that Operation Clean Up will take place January 11. Additional details available here.

Water Shutdowns in Some Residential Buildings

There will be a shutdown of all water service to Hunter Hall from 5 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Monday, December 17. The shutdown is needed to make repairs to a water main.

There will be a shutdown of all water service to O'Connor Hall from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, December 26 to make repairs to a water main.

There will be a shutdown of water service to Cascade Hall from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, December 27 to make repairs to a water main.

Restrictions Regarding Personal Package Delivery to the University

Support Services provided by Central Receiving are for delivery and pickup of packages related only to University business. Official University packages shall be defined as those required for the purpose of the University and are limited to items necessary for the conduct of the sender's official University responsibilities. Since all packages are sorted and delivered through Central Receiving, shipping and receiving personal items to the University is not permitted as state resources cannot be used for personal matters. Additionally, the University cannot assume the liability for receipt of personal deliveries.

Here are some alternatives to having deliveries sent to your office:

· Make arrangements with family or friends to receive your package while you are at work.

· Make alternate arrangements for receiving your packages such as:

  • Customize your delivery with FedEx to other convenient locations that have "Hold at Location" service.
  • Manage your package deliveries through the U.S. Postal Service with its "Informed Delivery" service and request re-delivery of mail you missed receiving.
  • Change your UPS package delivery location both before and after an initial delivery attempt.

Last Updated: 12/13/18