Huestis Drain Line Break Impacting Rooms 116, 120, 120 A-H and 130

Building Occupants,

There has been a break in the drain line that services Huestis Rooms 116, 120, 120 A – H and 130. Safety and Risk Services has tagged the sinks out of service until repairs can be completed.

Please do not use the sinks in these rooms or allow for anything to go down the drains until further notice. CPFM will work to resolve the issue as soon as possible. Contractors are expected to be onsite late afternoon 9/29.

If you have any questions or concerns due to the weekend CPFM Work Control is closed, please contact UOPD at 51-346-2919. UOPD can reach SRS and CPFM Duty Administrators.

EWEB Agate Street Water Main Replacement Starts 10/8

Campus Community,

Our utility provider EWEB requested we share information about an upcoming water main replacement along Agate Street. The water main is located in the west southbound parking strip. This will require city parking spots along the work zone to be vacated for the duration of the project. Pedestrian sidewalks and crosswalks will be impacted in this area and signage, and detours will be in place. City crews will be working each day from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm.

For questions or concerns please contact EWEB Chris Irvin, P.E. Senior Engineer, Water Engineering at 541-685-7619 christopher.irvin@eweb.org

University of Oregon Contact CPFM Design and Construction Sarah Follett 541-346-8264

This work is expected to start the week of October 8. The main construction will take 3-4 weeks with final disinfection and tie-ins following for a total project duration of approximately six weeks.

2018 Fall Street Faire Road Closure 13th Ave 10/10 – 10/12

Campus Community,

On October 10 – 12, 2018 the ASUO Fall Street Faire will have 13th Ave closed from University Street to Kincaid Street. Activity will begin in this area on October 9. Bike racks will be removed, and parking will be closed along 13th Ave to accommodate vendors.

For questions or concerns please contact event organizer Kylie MacDonald at 541-346-0622 or 541-346-7865

http://uoregon.orgsync.com/org/associatedstudentsofuo/programs_street_faire

Parking Lot 34A Closure Due to Crane Placement 10/1

Campus Community,

On Oct. 1, 2018, from 7:30 am – 9:30 am, parking lot 34A will be partially obstructed by a crane used to lift two Mammoth sculptures from 15th Ave. into the courtyard of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Access to the lot will be very limited. The staging of the crane, flatbed, and flagged control points are shown in the diagram. Please be aware of the activity in this area during this time.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Manager George Bleekman at 541-346-2625.

Willamette Hall Heating and Hot Water Shutdown 10/9 – 10/10

Building Occupants,

Due to repairs to the heating water and heating water return the hot water and heating water will be temporarily shut down on 10/9 at 9 am through 10/10 at 4 pm while crews work on the hot water system.  Facilities anticipate this will impact the SW corner of the building on all floors.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Facilities Services Plumber Andrew Silvius at 541-654-2926.

Klamath Hall Fume Hood Shutdown Due to Flow Issues 9/26

Safety and Risk Services reported occupants are experiencing fume hood flow problems in Klamath Hall Facilities Crews need to do an emergency shutdown Wednesday, September 26 from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm (noon) to adjust and replace belts on exhaust fans on the north and south roof.

All hood sashes need to be closed prior to 8 am and experiments terminated.  Containers in hoods and on benches containing chemicals need to be capped.

If you have any questions or concerns or are unable to accommodate this deadline, please contact Hallie Hoskins Laboratory Safety Manager & Biosafety Officer, (P) 541-346-3476

 

 

Reminder About Seasonal Building Steam Management

Building Occupants,

A standard operating procedure (SOP) has been established for systematically managing steam serving specific buildings on a seasonal basis. This process has substantially reduced thermal comfort complaints by minimizing overheating in late spring. Certain building spaces have had issues due to radiant heat emanating from active steam lines within the building footprint. The whole building (or a space within a building) may not be calling for heat, but the steam piping is still active up to the main control valve. The specific list of buildings include: Chapman, Collier House, Condon, Deady, Esslinger, Friendly, Gerlinger, Hendricks, Lokey Education (east), Lokey Education (west), Music (radiators only), Mac Court (radiators only), Susan Campbell, and Villard.

As springtime temperatures moderate, Mechanical Shop personnel systematically turn the steam off to each building when the nighttime outside air temperature is above 50 degrees for five (5) consecutive nights AND the daytime temperature is above 70 degrees for five (5) consecutive days.

Conversely, as fall temperatures get cooler, steam will be turned on to each building when the nighttime outside air temperature is below 50 degrees for five (5) consecutive nights AND the daytime temperature is below 70 degrees for five (5) consecutive days.

Contact:  Work Control Center  541-346-2319

Klamath Hall Fume Hood and HVAC Air Supply Shutdown 10/6

Building Occupants,

On Saturday, October 6, 2018, there will be two shutdowns in Klamath Hall between the hours of 6:00 am – 6:00 pm. Fume hoods in rooms B20, B83, 05, 109, 118, 169, 171, 189, 215, 215E, 292B, 305, 307, 311, 381, 390A, 390B and 390D need sashes to be shut down Friday, 10/5 for preparation.

The first portion of work (approx. 6-10am) will impact the supply air for the north half of the ground floor and the south half of the first floor. During this time the flow of supply air will be reduced.

The second portion of work (approx. 10am-6pm) will impact select fume hoods connected to exhaust fans 3 & 4 which will be shut down. Again, impacted fume hoods are in rooms B20, B83, 05, 109, 118, 169, 171, 189, 215, 215E, 292B, 305, 307, 311, 381, 390A, 390B and 390D need sashes to be shut down Friday, 10/5 for preparation

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Manager Denise Stewart at 541-335-1258.

 

 

Prince Lucien Campbell Hall SE Entrance Closure 9/27 – 10/4

Building Occupants,

Contractor CTS will be working on the rooftop at PLC requiring a lift to be staged at the SE Entrance of PLC. This requires a shutdown of the SE entrance. This work is necessary to install rooftop equipment improving campus communication reception.

For questions or concerns please contact  CPFM Jeff Madsen jmadsen@uoregon.edu or I.S. Eric Fuller at efullar@uoregon.edu

ESPN GameDay Equipment Staging at CPFM 9/21 – 9/24

ESPN will be staging four forklifts, scissor lift and a pallet of plywood in the Back 40 behind Central Power Station through Monday, September 24, 2018.  The rental company will be picking the equipment up sometime on the 24th.

There will also be four golf carts staged at the gate entrance to Campus Planning and Facilities Management on Saturday, September 22.

For questions or concerns please email Kevin Farthing kfarthin@uoregon.edu

Temporary Installation of Access Road Requires Stopping Water Flow in Millrace for Vegetation Removal 9/27 – 10/8

The Knight Campus project will be temporarily stopping the water flow in the Millrace in order to install a temporary construction access road. We are currently targeting the first week in October for this shutdown. The shutdown of flow will last approximately one week, at which time it will be returned to normal. The installation of this access road will include the removal of vegetation from the south side of the Millrace between Riverfront Parkway and the previous pedestrian bridge about halfway to Onyx. Please expect congestion and noise in this area.

Actual renovation work to the Millrace will not occur until next summer.

For questions or concerns please email CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Darin Dehle ddehle@uoregon.edu 

Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact

Geotechnical Investigations Advisory 9/26 – 9/28

Campus Community,

Design and Construction will be conducting geotechnical investigations related to the new residence halls project from September 26-28. This work will consist of a drill rig taking boring samples for soils analysis at the locations noted in the drawing. Impacted areas will be locations around Hamilton Hall, Walton Hall, and the Humpy Lumpy Lawn area.

Mobilization and drilling activity will start at 9 AM each of the three days.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Manager George Bleekman at 541-346-2625.

 

Update! ESPN GameDay 2018 Closures and Detours 9/19 – 9/22

This update has been sent to building occupants in PLC and Condon.

Building Occupants,

Due to ESPN GameDay 2018 entry into the PLC north entrance and the Condon South Entrance entry is restricted.  Please use another exit if possible (emergency egress will be allowed).

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Work Control Center at 541-346-2319.

 

https://blogs.uoregon.edu/cpfmnotifications/2018/09/18/espn-game-day-2018-closures-and-detours-919-922/

Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 4:37 PM
Subject: ESPN GameDay 2018 Closures and Detours along Kincaid 9/19 – 9/22

Campus Community,

Starting Wednesday, September 19 at 5:30 am through Saturday, September 22 at 5:30 pm Kincaid Street from 13th ave to 15th ave will experience a northbound lane closure, east side parking closures, and bike rack removals to accommodate ESPN GameDay equipment along Kincaid Street.  There will also be fencing staged in the Quad outside of Condon Hall, Prince Lucien Campbell, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Knight Library, and Chapman Hall.  Please expect increased activity and congestion in this area.

Impacts:

Northbound lane closure on Kincaid from 13th Ave to 14th Ave
East Side parking on Kincaid from 13th Ave to 15th Ave
Several Bike Rack removals along Kincaid
Fencing Staged in Condon Hall, Prince Lucien Campbell, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Knight Library, and Chapman Hall Quad

Contact:  CPFM Work Control Center

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Work Control Center at 541-346-2319.

Oregon Hall Fire Alarm and Flow Alarm Testing 9/19

Building Occupants,

On Wednesday 9/19 from 6:00 AM- 7:00 AM, The City of Eugene has scheduled fire alarm and flow alarm testing at Oregon Hall.

Horns, Strobes, and Speakers on the fire alarm system will not sound after the scheduled time. Provisions have been taken to monitor the building fire systems during this time and alarms that occur after the scheduled time should be considered real events and occupants should evacuate as usual per the U of O Emergency Procedures.

If there are questions regarding emergency evacuation, please visit Emergency Management & Continuity, http://emc.uoregon.edu/node/50 and follow the UO Campus Emergency Procedures Manual.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216.

Oregon Hall Fire Alarm Testing 9/13 & 9/14

As part of the Oregon Hall Renovations Fortis, Construction will be testing the fire alarm system on 9/13, and 9/14 from 6 am – 7 am each morning.

Horns, Strobes, and Speakers on the fire alarm system will not sound after the scheduled time. Provisions have been taken to monitor the building fire systems during this time and alarms that occur after the scheduled time should be considered real events and occupants should evacuate as usual per the U of O Emergency Procedures.

If there are questions regarding emergency evacuation, please visit Emergency Management & Continuity, http://emc.uoregon.edu/node/50 and follow the UO Campus Emergency Procedures Manual.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216.

CPFM Building 130 Construction Activities 9/10 – 9/14

Abatement for the future Work Control Center area in CPFM Building 130 will begin on Monday 9/10, and it should be complete by 9/14. The contractors will be using two parking spaces north of the building, one for a dumpster, and one for their equipment van. Please expect increased activity and noise in this area.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Tim Allenbaugh at 541-346-8214.

[Museum of Natural and Cultural History] HVAC Shutdown for Scheduled Maintenance 9/17

Campus Community,

On Monday, September 17th, between 9:00a-4:00p, various heating, ventilation, and air conditioning components within the Museum of Natural and Cultural History will be temporarily shut down for regularly scheduled maintenance. This may result in temperature swings outside of normal comfort levels for short periods throughout the building. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact CPFM HVAC Technician, Richard Vaughan.