Sidewalk Closures – June 10, 2014

    Sidewalk Closures:

  1. North of the Ice Rink
  2. Southside of COP at 42nd Street

On Tuesday, June 10, 2014, the sidewalk on the east side of 42nd street on the Southside  of College of Pharmacy and the sidewalk north of the Ice Rink will be partially closed from 8:00am to 4:00pm for repair work.

The construction contractor, Thrasher, will be repairing the sidewalks by leveling them out .  See attached photos.  Anyone walking near the construction area should use caution and observe the barricades, warning signs and security fences.

 Scheduled Closures:
Start:  Tuesday, June 10, 2014, at 8:00 a.m.
End:   Tuesday, June 10, 2014, at 4:00 p.m.  (Approximately)

2014 June 10 Sidewalk closing - part 1

Click on photos to enlarge.

2014 June 10 Sidewalk closing - part 2

If you have any questions, please contact  Tom Payne, at ext. 4025-981-7269 or Terry Vail at 402-981-7302.  If you know of anyone that uses these sidewalks, please mention the sidewalk closure to them.

ADMINISTRATION CENTER (ADC)

DOMESTIC HOT WATER  and GAS – SHUTDOWN

On  Saturday, May 17, 2014, the domestic hot water and gas will be turned off in the Administration Center  building (ADC – 426 South 40th Street).   This shutdown will affect:

Gas turned off
This will eliminate hot water for the whole building plus the roof top AHU units.

Domestic water
All water (hot & cold) to the first floor in the ADC building will be turned off.
The hot water to all the bathrooms and kitchens will be off on all the upper levels.

Shutdown Schedule
Commence:  Saturday, May 17, 2014, at 7:00am
Completion: Saturday, May 17, 2014, at 2:00pm (Approximately)                

If you have any questions or concerns, please call  Jason Ray  at 402-681-6029.

 

Medical Sciences Building – Unit 5

ELECTRICAL  POWER  INTERRUPTION (All Levels)

On Saturday, May 3,  2014,  there will be an extended interruption(shutoff) of normal electrical power to the main electrical  switchboard that serves  all levels of  the UNMC/TNMC  Medical Services Building(MSB) –Unit5. During this  time,  normal  power will be disconnected and only items connected to the emergency power supply will remain energized after experiencing several seconds without power and the automatic transfer switches operate.  This will cause an extended outage to all receptacle outlets, computers, lighting, air handling units, supply fans, exhaust fans, fumehoods, motors, etc.  through out the building.

The power outage is expected to last approximately nine(9) hours.  If possible, it is recommended that computers and other pieces of sensitive electrical equipment be shut down prior to the scheduled electrical interruption as a safety precaution.  Additionally, while we have taken measures to verify power will not be interrupted for clinical activities,  occupants are encouraged to remove all food and personal  items  from refrigerators  prior to leaving on  Friday, May 2.

This shutoff  is required to allow  for electrical utilities work associated with construction of  the Fred & Pamela  Buffett  Cancer Center.

Interruption Schedule:

6:30 am                Elevators taken out of  service

6:45 am                Momentary blink as Automatic Transfer Switch                                    (ATS) initiates.  MSB is on Emergency Power.

7:00 am                Electrical outage begins.  ONLY CRITICAL OUTLETS AND EMERGENCY LIGHTING WILL FUNCTION

7:15 am                One elevator put back in operation

3:45 pm                Elevator put on hold

4:00 pm                Work to reconnect normal power completed

4:15 pm                Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) terminated

4:30 pm                Elevators put back in operation

All times are approximate, and are subject to change,  particularly if  the scheduled work  takes longer/shorter than originally intended.

If you have any questions, please contact  Chris Johnson at ext.2-3292, Doug  Stringfield at ext. 2-3460, or Jason Lang with Miller Electric at (402)679-5482.  Since it is vital that everyone working in the affected areas be advised of  this,  please  mention this electrical power interruption to your colleagues.