Paving Update 6.19.18
Work to repave the drive to Campus Pre School and the parking lot in front of the Institute for Child Development will take place from Monday, June 25 through Wednesday, June 27. Access will be maintained to Campus Pre School and lot E1.
Parking lot F in front of the Events Center will be closed for milling and paving from Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29.
Bearcat Boulevard will be paved from Wednesday, June 27 through Friday, June 29. Traffic will be reduced to one lane during the paving so there will be delays accessing parking lots adjacent Bearcat Boulevard (lots F1, F2, F3, lot H) during this work.
Milling of the area between Academic A and B is expected to take place Wednesday, June 27. Pedestrian detours will be in place.
Contact Jim Barnum with any questions at email@example.com or 777-6014.
The contractor is reviewing the schedule for other work areas on campus and an update will be shared once available. Other work areas include the following:
- Academic Complex Walkway Adjacent to Student Wing
- Appalachian Walkway- complete
- Old Digman/Old Rafuse Walkways
- Walkways below Paid Parking
- Visitors Parking
- Walkway Adjacent to Bingham
- Hinman Service Drives
- Lehman Courtyard
- Walkway North of Events Center/Bearcat Sports Complex
- West Drive from Academic Complex to Engineering Building
- Drive to Campus Pre School and ICD Parking Area
- Bearcat Boulevard
- Parking Lot F
- Visitors Parking
Science 3 Demo June 27 Through July 3
Loud demolition work, including jack-hammering, will be taking place from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday, June 27 through Tuesday, July 3 on the ground floor of Science 3. The noise will be heard throughout the building. This is work associated with laboratory renovations taking place. Contact project coordinator Michael Navarro with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-427-3433.
Dickinson Community Data/Power Shutdown June 28 and June 29
As part of work to repair the Dickinson Community storm line, there will be a data shutdown affecting the four residential halls (O'Connor, Johnson, Rafuse, Digman) on Thursday, June 28 and Friday, June 29. There will be an electrical shutdown affecting only O'Connor Hall Thursday June 28 and Friday, June 29. All services are expected to be restored by Friday evening, June 29. Contact Gregg Konnick with any questions at email@example.com or 777-2598.
No RO Water Service Greenhouse/Science 3/Science 5
There is currently no RO water service for the Greenhouse, Science 3 and Science 5. No word yet on when service will be restored. Contact Chuck Paffie with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 777-2019.
Campus Directory/Directional Sign Installations
Campus directories (map)/directional signs will be installed at ten locations across campus. The work will involve pouring concrete bases and installing the post/signs. Work should be complete by the end of June, weather permitting. A map with locations of the new signage is available here.Science 3 Loading Dock Closed June 20 - July 2
The Science 3 loading dock will be closed from Wednesday, June 20 through Monday, July 2. The closure is needed due to asbestos abatement for a laboratory renovation project. Two disabled parking spaces are also unavailable during this time. Contact project coordinator Michael Navarro with any questions at email@example.com or 607-427-3433.Old O'Connor Office Renovation Begins May 21
Work on interior renovations in Old O'Connor rooms 164A to 164D will begin Monday, May 21. An existing wall will be demolished and a new wall with additional wing walls will be built to accommodate glass partitions and new furniture reconfigurations. The sprinkler system will also be modified as part of the project which is expected to take two months to complete. Contact Martin Sweeney with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 777-3489.
Campus Mail Services Summer Hours
Campus Mail Services summer hours are now in place. The package pick-up window operates from noon to 2:50 p.m. Monday through Friday. The personal postage window operates from noon to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.Building Temperatures in Cooling Season
A reminder that during cooling season, state buildings are kept at 74 degrees and residential buildings range from 72 to 76 degrees. High humidity can make buildings feel warmer than the set temperature.Consultants in Engineering Building Through Summer 2018
There will be a Physical Facilities architect and off campus mechanical and electrical consultants accessing areas of the Engineering Building from now through summer 2018 to gather information for future renovation work. Contact Heath Weeks with any questions at email@example.com or 777-3793.