Level 6 Utilities – Shutdown
Level 5 – Contractor Access to Rooms/Areas
The construction company, AOI Corporation along with Facilities Management and Planning have scheduled a shutdown to ESH Level 6. This will affect services to the south labs. The work will occur on Saturday, February 14, 2015, from 7:00am until 7:00pm. To do this work, the Contractor will need to shutdown the radiant heat on the south side of ESH. The work will also require the shutdown of all lab gases, including air, gas and vacuum. The RO water system for the entire ESH building will be turned off during this time. The Domestic water will be turned off for 2 hours on Level 5 and 6 only.
The contractor will need to access the south area of level 5:
Corridor 5099B Lab 5007 Surgery 5006
Corridor 5099A Lab 5004 Proc/Cage 5003
Corridor 5099C Office/Fume 5005
If you have any questions or concerns, please call Nick Knopik at 402-350-2067. (click on photo to enlarge)
The sidewalk between Student Life Center and the Lozier Center for Pharmacy construction site is now open for pedestrian traffic.
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Please use caution and observe any barricades and safety fences around the construction area.
Autozero Module Recall / Replacement (All Levels)
Facilities Management and Planning along with the contractor, Siemens Industry, will be working in the Eppley Cancer Institute Building starting Monday, January 5, 2015, from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m… Siemens will need access to several spaces in the ECI building to replace the recalled equipment parts. The technicians will need access to 1 or 2 ceiling tiles by ladder for approximately 45 minutes to a 1 hour per part to be replaced. There may be several locations in one room.
When the technician arrives to do this work and access is not possible at that moment, please inform the technician and work with them to schedule an acceptable time to come back later.
If there are any questions regarding this interruption, please contact Kevin Kvasnicka at 402-619-0233 as soon as possible or Jason Ray at 402-681-6029. Since it is vital that everyone working in the building be aware of the interruption, please mention it to your colleagues.