HEDCO 230S Remodeling Advisory 5/18/20 – 6/18/20

Begin:  Monday, May 18th, 2020

End:      Thursday, June 18th, 2020

Building or Area Impacted:  HEDCO 230S

Scope:  Remodeling work on room 230S will include electrical, ducting, carpentry, glass installation, new carpeting, and painting.

Services Impacted:

  • Users can expect to hear normal and occasional construction noises such as hammering, cutting, and drilling,
  • Installers will be entering/exiting the building with tools and materials during normal business hours.
  • The HVAC is expected to be shut down from May 18th-21st to perform a modification on the existing system.
  • No additional utility/HVAC disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time for this work.

Special Instructions:  Please shut down all multi-function copier devices as well as any printers during scheduled power outages. The software on these machines can be negatively affected due to the power surge when power is turned back on, a power surge can corrupt the clone files in the machines, and can change preconfigured settings.

Work Performed By:  Lease Crutcher Lewis and their subcontractors

ContactTheo Davis, CPFM Project Manager, 541-346-1012

Willamette Hall HVAC Upgrade in 100 and 100A 5/4/20 – 5/29/20

Begin:  Monday, May 4th, 2020

End:      Friday, May 29th, 2020

Building or Areas Impacted:  Willamette Hall Classroom 100 and AV room 100A

Scope:  This project involves upgrading the HVAC system in room 100A.

Services Impacted:

  • Construction activities involve minor demolition and construction related noise.
  • Electrical and HVAC services will be briefly disrupted to the Willamette 100 classroom zone.

Special Instructions:  Please shut down all multi-function copier devices as well as any printers during scheduled power outages. The software on these machines can be negatively affected due to the power surge when power is turned back on, a power surge can corrupt the clone files in the machines, and can change preconfigured settings.

Work Performed By:   Phoenix Mechanical and CPFM Facilities Services

ContactMartina Oxoby, CPFM Owner’s Representative, 541-346-5880

HEDCO 230A Construction Advisory 4/3/20 – 6/12/20

Update 4/16/2020: This project is now expected to be completed on 6/12/2020.

Begin:  Friday, April 3rd, 2020

End:      Friday, May 15th, 2020 June 12th, 2020

Building or Area Impacted:  HEDCO 230A

Scope:  Construction is underway to remodel room 230A.

Services Impacted:

  • Remodeling work includes moving, electrical, ducting, carpentry, new carpet, and painting.
  • No utility/HVAC disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time for this work.

Extra Notes:  Users can expect to hear normal and occasional construction noises such as hammering and drilling, as well as, the installers entering/exiting the building with tools and materials during normal business hours.

Special Instructions:  Please shut down all multi-function copier devices as well as any printers during scheduled power outages. The software on these machines can be negatively affected due to the power surge when power is turned back on, a power surge can corrupt the clone files in the machines, and can change preconfigured settings.

Work Performed By:   CPFM Facilities Construction Services

ContactTheo Davis, CPFM Project Manager, 541-346-1012

Postponed – Transportation Services Building Remodeling Advisory 4/6/20 – 5/1/20

UPDATE:  This project has been postponed due to capacity issues related to the university’s response to COVID-19.  We will send a notice when a new date has been established.

 

Begin:   Monday, April 6th, 2020  Postponed

End:       Friday, May 1st, 2020

Building and Areas Impacted:  Transportation Services

  • The majority of the work will occur in rooms 100, 102, 103, 105, 106, 110, 111 and H107, however minor related work may occur in other parts of the building.

Scope:  Remodeling work throughout the Transportation Services building.  This includes moving, demo, carpentry, electrical, HVAC, fire alarms, and paint.

Services Impacted:

  • Users can expect to hear normal and occasional construction noises such as hammering and drilling.
  • Installers entering/exiting the building with tools and materials during normal business hours.
  • No utility/HVAC disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time for this work.

Special Instructions:  Please shut down all multi-function copier devices as well as any printers during scheduled power outages. The software on these machines can be negatively affected due to the power surge when power is turned back on, a power surge can corrupt the clone files in the machines, and can change preconfigured settings.

Work Performed By:  Preferred Construction and their subs, along with UO Facilities Construction Services and Information Services staff.

ContactTheo Davis, CPFM Project Manager, 541-346-1012

Closure of Riverfront Parkway underpass to Railroad

Within the next few days, we will start to close off the extension of Riverfront Parkway that connects to the underpass under the railroad tracks. This is being shut down completely in association with the construction of the parking garage. As rework to the roadway, as well as large trucks accessing the site loaded with huge pieces of pre-cast concrete will make that extension an unsafe location for pedestrians, bikes and vehicles.

Access to the area of campus north of the railroad will need to occur through either the Garden Way underpass, or the access near the old EWEB heat plant.

Simon Ditton confirmed with the fire department that they would be able to access the north property through the EWEB route.

We will be installing detour signage on the construction fence that is being installed around the perimeter of the area, guiding people to the Garden Way Underpass.

This will remain closed until the garage work is complete, which will likely be near the end of June.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Darin Dehle
Director, Design & Construction

https://map.uoregon.edu/construction-impacts

Tykeson Hall Interior and Exterior Construction Advisory 3/21/20 – 6/30/20

UPDATE:

This project has been extended to the end of June. The amount of rain we have been receiving has caused delays.

UPDATE:

Work is still ongoing at Tykeson Hall and is expected to be completed on May 22, 2020.

UPDATE: 

  • Work is still ongoing at Tykeson Hall.
  • Mac Group and Fortis Construction will be onsite installing branding elements starting tomorrow 4/9/2020.
  • Anticipated completion date is May 8, 2020.

 

Begin:  Saturday, March 21st, 2020

End:      Sunday, March 29th, 2020   Friday, May 8th, 2020

Building or Area Impacted:  Tykeson Hall

Scope:  During Spring Break, Fortis Construction will be installing branding elements and doing exterior concrete work.

Services Impacted:

  • The north and south entrances and exterior approach ways will be blocked.
  • There will be construction noises related to concrete chipping, saw cutting, and backup beeping from construction vehicles.
  • Inside Tykeson Hall, expect limited access during intermittent installations at reception counters (Floors 1, 2, 4), James Commons room 151, main stairwell between Garden Level and Floor 1.
  • Expect periodic construction noises from drilling.

Special Instructions:  Access and egress will be routed through the east and west doors.  Both doors are ADA accessible. See attached maps.

Work Performed By:   Fortis Construction

ContactMartina Oxoby, CPFM Owner’s Representative, 541-346-5880

Seeking Input: JSMA Reroof Project Phase 2

Begin:  June 16, 2020

End:  September 18, 2020

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  JORDAN SCHNITZER MUSEUM OF ART

Information:  The JSMA Reroof Project Phase 2 will be completed this summer between June and September of 2020. Exact dates of the construction have not been determined pending input from stakeholders and the museum schedule. Staging will be in the east parking lot. A stair tower is required so all access to the roof will be from the exterior.  Please reach out to the Owners Rep with feedback or concerns.

ContactLuke Helm, CPFM Owner’s Representative, 541-346-8216

Noise Advisory for Lawrence 306 Floor Prep

Begin:  March 25, 2020 7:30 am

End:  March 25, 2020 9:30 am

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  LAWRENCE HALL 306

Information:  On March 25th, UO Facilities will be preparing room 306 for floor finish upgrades. Building occupants in adjacent areas (including areas directly below) can expect to hear intermittent noise and vibration due to spot grinding on concrete floor. The noise and vibration is expected to last for up to 2 hours, and will be conducted during early morning business hours (7:30 am to 9:30 am). No utility disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time, however, if there are any more, then an additional notice will be distributed.

Contact:  For questions or concerns, please contact Justin Grishkin at 541-346-5242

McKenzie Hall 240A & 240C Construction Activities 3/21 – 4/14

Update 4/6/2020: Due to unforeseen issues with the ceiling grid, this project has been extended and is expected to be completed on Tuesday, April 14, 2020.

Begin:  March 21, 2020

EndMarch 29, 2020 April 14, 2020

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  MCKENZIE HALL CLASSROOMS 240A & 240C

Information:  Phase 2 of the McKenzie Hall 240A and 240C classroom project will be completed during spring break. Ceiling tiles and overhead lighting will be replaced. The contractor will need both classrooms for the duration of the project but impact outside of the classrooms will be minimal.  Please expect normal noise and congestion associated with construction activities.

 

ContactLuke Helm, CPFM Owner’s Representative, 541-346-8216

Baker Building Room 170 Renovation Activity 3/2/20 – 3/31/20

UPDATE:  Areas impacted now include room 175.

 

Begin:  Monday, March 2nd, 2020

End:     Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Building or Area Impacted:  Baker Building and Rooms 170 and 175

Scope:  Tenant improvements will be made in room 170 of the Printing Services department which involves electrical, ducting, painting, fencing, and moving services.

Services Impacted:  Occupants can expect to hear normal and occasional construction noises such as hammering and drilling, as well as, the installers entering/exiting the building with tools and materials during normal business hours.  No utility/HVAC disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time for this work.

Extra Notes:  Work will be performed by UO Facilities Construction Services and Galifco.

ContactTheo Davis, CPFM Project Manager, 541-346-1012

Thompson University Center Mechanical Work Advisory 2/28/20 – 3/4/20

Begin:  Friday, February 28th, 2020 at 6:30 am

End:      Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 at 5:00 pm

Building and Areas Impacted:  Thompson University Center’s Break Room 308, Mechanical Room 309, 3rd Floor Hall, and South Stairwell

Scope:  Install mini split unit in room 308

Services Impacted: 

  • The south stairwell and room 308 may not be available for use during Friday, 2/28/2020, through Wednesday, 3/4/2020.
  • There will be noise on the roof, south stairwell, 3rd floor halls and room 308 throughout the project.

Proposed Schedule:

  • Friday, 2/28/2020, 6:30 am – a crane will be onsite to lift equipment to the south roof.
  • Monday and Tuesday, 3/2 to 3/3/2020, Alliant Systems will have an electrician and service technician onsite to install the indoor and outdoor units.
  • Wednesday, 3/4/2020, project is scheduled to be completed by end of day.

Extra Notes:  Work will be performed by Alliant Systems

ContactMelinda Seeley, CPFM Real Estate Prop Specialist, 541-346-5550

Gerlinger Annex 50 and 54 Hardwood Floor Refinishing 12/16-12/17

Begin: December 16, 2019 at 8:00 am

End: December 17, 2019

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted: Gerlinger Annex 50 and 54

Contact: Cody Weaver, cweaver@uoregon.edu, 541-346-8993

Scope: PE & Rec will screen and seal the hardwood floors in Gerlinger Annex 50 and 54. The project will likely be completed by the end of the day, but there may be a need to finish the process on Tuesday, 12/17. The contractor will apply a new seal to the floors, which can create an odor in the area around Gerlinger Annex that some people find unpleasant and may linger for a few days after completion.

Extra Notes:  Work will be performed by New Dimension Hardwood Floors

Knight Library Rooms 31 and 58 Door Installation 12/16/19 – 12/20/19

Begin:  December 16, 2019

End:      December 20, 2019

Building Impacted:  Knight Library

Scope:  The contractor Lane County Glass will be installing a door between rooms 58 and 31.

Services Impacted:  Users can expect to hear normal and occasional construction noises such as hammering and drilling.  No utility disruptions are expected.

Contact:  Theo Davis, Project Manager 541-346-1012

 

Willamette Hall Classroom 100 Construction Phase 2 12/2/19 – 1/3/20

Begin:  December 2nd, 2019

End:      January 3rd, 2020

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  Willamette Hall, Classroom #100

Services Impacted:  12/2/19 – 12/6/19  Room offline in evenings but available for day classes
12/16/19 – 1/3/20  Room offline day and night

Scope:  Phase 2 of Construction Project – Work includes new paint and new furniture installation.  No utility disruptions or shutdowns are anticipated as part of this project.

Contact:  Martina Oxoby  moxoby@uoregon.edu  346-5880

Klamath Hall Construction Notice Starting November 18 through May 2020

Facilities Liaisons and PI’s,

Construction activities within the work area of Klamath Hall will begin Monday, November 18, and last through May 29, 2020.   Construction personnel will be coming and going from the work area, and material will be moved in and out of the work area.  Occupants can expect normal construction activities in this area.   Please see the below-highlighted floor plan.

Work will be performed by Lease Crutcher Lewis.

Contact:  Denise Stewart 541-335-1258

To view campus construction and impacts visit the UO Map.

Building 130 FASS Construction Project 11/22/19 – 2/14/20

UPDATE 11/22/19:

The concrete cutting is complete. There is an additional noise advisory for some jack-hammering activity in this space on Monday 11/25 between 8:00 am and 2:00 pm.

 

UPDATE 11/21/19:

Concrete cutting has been delayed until 11/22.

 

UPDATE 11/19/19:

Additional noise will be heard throughout the building, all day, on Thursday 11/21.  This is due to concrete cutting on the floors in preparation for new footings.

 

Building Occupants,

A construction project has started in BLDG. 130, room 101-109, and 119. This is to build out a space for Stores, Purchasing, and Campus Mail. The project is kicking off this week. Target completion is Early February 2020.

The direct impact is rooms 101-109, 119, and 119A. Construction will be heard throughout the building.

Work will be performed by Preferred Construction.

Contact: Tim Allenbaugh 541-346-8214

To view campus construction and impacts visit the UO Map.

 

 

Hamilton and Walton Hall Transformation Project Pedestrian Disruption Notice 12/2/19 – 6/28/21

Hamilton and Walton Hall Transformation Project
Pedestrian Disruption Notice
12/2/19 – 6/28/21

Campus Community,

Fencing on Humpy Lumpy will be installed for Phase 1 of the Hamilton and Walton Hall Transformation Project beginning December 2nd. The fencing will remain in place for the duration of the project, through June of 2021. Pedestrian traffic will be detoured to the north and south of Humpy Lumpy, as shown in green on the map. Flaggers will be posted at the entrance and exit of the construction site to ensure pedestrian safety.  Work will be performed by Fortis Construction.

Project Contact: George Bleekman 541-346-2625

To view campus construction and impacts visit the UO Map

Esslinger Hall Noise Advisory 11/11/19 – 1/6/20

Update 11/27:

DEC: 2-6: DUST AND LIMITED ACCESS TO 180A, 181A, & 181B. Facilities Services will be finishing drywall in 180 & 181, and H111. This will be a dusty activity. They will target early morning for the worst areas and continually vacuum as they go. There is no way to contain 100% of the dust during the process. Crews will make every attempt to contain dust and clean up as they go. We cannot guaranty access to the 181A & 181B rooms during this time. Please take any measures possible to limit the need to use those rooms.

 

Beginning November 11th, 2019, and continuing through January 6th, 2020, light demolition, framing, and general construction will continue in Esslinger 180 and 181.

Construction will occur during business/class hours. Every attempt will be made to avoid the loudest activities during scheduled classes, but there will be ongoing construction noise for the next 3-4 weeks.  The noise from 180 and 181 may travel to 105, 107, and down H101 and H190.

Work will be performed by CPFM Facilities Services.

For questions or concerns, please contact Tim Allenbaugh at 541-346-8214 or timallen@uoregon.edu.

Prince Lucian Campbell Restroom Repair 10/21/19-11/6/19

Update 11/4: This project has been extended and is expected to be completed by 11/6/19.

 

Restroom 801 will be closed from Monday, October 21st, to Monday, November 4th Wednesday, November 6th for repairs. The adjacent all-gender restroom, 803, will still be operational.

Work will be performed by Facilities Services’ Carpentry Shop.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Work Control Center 541-346-2319 or workcontrolcenter@uoregon.edu.

Tykeson Hall Concrete Work and Noise Advisory 10/10/19 – 10/15/19

As part of the Tykeson Hall project, Fortis Construction will be demolishing and pouring concrete on the west side of Tykeson Hall. Work will occur on Thursday, October 10th at 7:00 am until Tuesday, October 15th at 4:00 pm.

There will be construction noise related to demolition, minor excavation, pipe cutting, concrete trucks and back-up vehicular beeping.  This will impact Tykeson, Chapman, Fenton, JSMA, and Johnson Halls.

For questions or concerns, please contact Martina Oxoby at 541-346-5880 or moxoby@uoregon.edu.

 

New Project Intake Form Launches 9/23

Facilities Liaisons,

Monday, September 23, the project request form will take you to a new project intake form that is integrated with the U of O Call Log. If you are already a call log user, you can toggle at the top of the screen between “Project Request” and “Service Request.”

The form will remain available via the Design and Construction website under “Initiate a Project.”

https://cpfm.uoregon.edu/design-construction

This new integration streamlines the project intake process into our Work Management system AiM. Many of the questions are similar to the previous project intake form. The interactive map now allows the requestor to select more than one location through multiple pin drops.

The requestor has the ability to notify the Liaison when the pin is dropped. Click on details next to Liaison count. The Liaison list provides the requestor the opportunity to inform the Liaison of the project request by selecting notify.

 

For questions regarding this new form please contact Bruce Budzik Small Projects & Cap Imp Mngr, Campus Planning and Facilities Management 541-346-8834

Streisinger Hall Constant Temperature Room 266 Construction Activity 9/18/19 – 10/4/19

Update 9/26: This project has been extended and is expected to be completed by Friday October 4th.

 

Beginning Wednesday, September 18th, through Friday, September 27th October 4th, UO CPFM Facilities Services and their subcontractor will be replacing mechanical equipment in room 266.  Building occupants can expect to hear normal and occasional construction noises such as drilling and cutting, plus see UO Facilities personnel and their contractors entering/exiting the building with tools and materials during regular business hours.

No utility disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time; however, if there are any disruptions or shutdowns to services, an additional notice will be distributed.

For questions and concerns, please contact Justin Grishkin at 346-5242 or jgrishki@uoregon.edu.

Esslinger Abatement Project 8/26/19 – 1/6/2020

Update 11/4:

  • Carpet installation will occur in the entry of L101 on 11/5 and 11/6. Foot traffic will be advised to use the NW entry.
  • A floor scraping machine will be in use between (roughly) 8am and noon on Tuesday 11/5 and (perhaps) 8am-noon on Wednesday 11/7. This machine will be somewhat noisy, but we will make every attempt to close doors to contain noise.
  • Carpet installation will be occurring all week, and there will be odors associated with the carpet glue. EHS will have appropriate MSDS sheets on file.

Update 10/16:

During the abatement process some floor tiles were knocked loose in women’s restroom 113. In order to repair the tiles, the contractor will have to close restroom 113 tomorrow 10/17. While the repairs are being made, all-gender restroom 173 will still be operational as an alternative.

 

On Monday, August 26th, at 7:00 am through Friday, September 6th at 4:00 pm, abatement work will be performed by Belfor Environmental in two phases:

Phase 1 Abatement (see clouded area in 1st diagram) 8/26-8/30:

  • Occupants of these offices have been temporarily moved to allow for work.
  • Access to Esslinger during Phase 1 will be restricted to the northwest lobby L102.
  • REC offices adjacent to H102 can access offices from L102 during Phase 1.

Phase 2 Abatement (see clouded area in 2nd diagram) 9/2-9/6:

  • Access to Esslinger will be through L101.
  • Stairs at L102/ S101 will remain open.
  • REC staff in offices 102, 103A-D, 104, and 104A-B will be able to access their suite though L101 to 102. (Door hardware will be temporarily replaced for access.)
  • Room 106, and restrooms 115/117 will be offline during phase 2.
  • Classrooms 105, 107, 112, and 116 have been taken offline by the registrar for the duration of the abatement project.

 

On Monday, October 14th through Monday, January 6th, 2020, flooring work will be performed by Facilities Services and a number of subcontractors:

Phase 3 Flooring (see highlighted areas in 3rd diagram) 10/14/19-1/6/20:

  • Carpet will be replaced in 170, 172, 174, 175, 176, 177, 179, 180A, 181A, and 181B in phases and is expected to be completed before 11/8/19.
  • Wall and drywall framing work is expected to be completed before 11/15/19.
  • Ceiling work in 180/181 and the perimeter is expected to be completed before 12/1/19.
  • Plumbing work in 171 is expected to be completed before 12/15/19.
  • Resilient flooring is expected to be installed in H102 and H103 before 10/31/19.
  • Resilient flooring is expected to be installed in H101 and H111 before 12/15/19.
  • Carpet will be replaced in 180/181 and is expected to be completed before 12/30/19.
  • The doors, storefront, break room, etc. is expected to be completed before 1/6/20.

For questions or concerns, please contact Tim Allenbaugh at 346-8214 or timallen@uoregon.edu.

 

Friendly 109 & 217 access work for future elevator project 8/10 – 8/11

Facilities Liaisons,

In order to facilitate the structural design of the new elevator scheduled to be constructed in summer 2020 in Friendly Hall, we need to cut an access hole in the ceiling of rooms 109 and 217. This work needs to be done before 8/13 to maintain the design schedule. I am trying to schedule an asbestos contractor to do this work. I am hoping to schedule this for the coming weekend 8/10 or 8/11.

These rooms will be usable when we are finished with this work. Some ceiling tiles will need to be replaced in conference room 109. I am working to determine if we have any stock on-site or if replacement tiles need to be ordered.

Pre-communication was sent to Cathy Soutar.

I apologize for the short notice but and appreciate your patience.

Bruce Budzik
Small Projects Manager CPFM Design and Construction
bbbudzik@uoregon.edu | 541-346-8834