On May 29, from 6 a.m.-3 p.m., the hot water will be shut down in Huestis Hall to remove and cap perimeter heaters. This is part of the 2nd-floor lab project.
Work will be performed by LCL.
Due to a failed safety value the boiler that services Baker Downtown Center has been temporarily shut down. Crews hope to have the boiler repaired by 10:30 am October 25. This will impact building heat and hot water services.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Work Control Center at 541-346-2319.
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.
On Saturday, February 17th, from 6:00 am to 3:30 pm, construction activity will shut-down heating water to Oregon Hall 2nd Floor East and 4th Floor East.
The 2nd and 4th floor east areas will be without heat during the shut-down and there will be workers in the space to drain down the heating water system, recharge, and remove air from the system.
This work is required to support the renovations on the 2nd Floor to remove old hydronic piping and add isolation valves in the new 2nd Floor Mechanical Room.
Work will be performed by Fortis Construction / Hydrotemp Mechanical.
On Saturday, February 3rd, from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm, the heating water will be shut down on the 2nd level to repair heating water connections within the newly remodeled areas. Indoor temperatures will be cooler by approximately 10′ F. This will affect the entire 2nd floor.
Temporary electric heaters will be provided for rooms 261 & 273 to maintain required warm temperatures.
Work will be performed by Hammerquist Mechanical.
On December 19, 2017 from 7:30 am – 2:00 pm JKG Electric and Fortis Construction will be onsite at the Jane Sander Stadium impacting the below systems:
Date: Time: Impact:
12/19 7:30 am – 11:30 am MOP 001 Switchboard 1N1-4 Shutdown
• All building and field lighting
• All building equipment – HVAC, circulation pumps, elevator and water vault sump pumps, fire sprinkler compressor, propane pump, cameras etc.
• All building and field receptacles – including MDF racks, concessions, press box, offices, concourse, team lounge and lockers, etc.
• Fire alarm control panels
• Access control panel
• Primary source to emergency panel 2E1-4 (secondary source should be available through ATS)
• Broadcast truck panel
12/19 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm MOP 002 Lighting Panel 2E1-4 Shutdown
• Emergency lighting
• Fire Alarm Control Panel
For questions or concerns regarding this outage please contact CPFM Design and Construction Owners Rep Charlene Lindsay at 541-346-5503.
To coordinate Pacific Hall outages related to the Pacific B-2 Renovation Design and Construction project managers Nick Pritchard and Jen Miley have put together a timeline of events starting September 9, 2017, through December 18, 2017. These outages will vary from building wide to only impacting certain rooms. The purpose of this email is to provide an overview and reference. Nick and Jen have been working closely with building users to document lab equipment and how this might impact departments and institutes. Going forward intentions are to provide this overview and continue to communicate building wide outages email notifications for anything that is impacting building wide services. For outages that are localized to individual rooms, the project managers will be communicating directly with occupants.
Due to the installation of isolation valves for steam upgrades the heating water, domestic hot water and industrial hot water will be temporarily unavailable in Pacific Hall on the following dates and times.
|September 5 – 6, 2017||5:00 pm – 3:00 am|
|September 6 – 7, 2017||5:00 pm – 3:00 am|
Work will be performed by Andersen Construction and S2 Contractors.
For questions or concerns about how this may affect your area, contact Nick Pritchard CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager 541-346-9139.
On Saturday, July 1st from 3:30 am to 6:00 am, Klamath Hall’s heating water pumps will be shut off for the entire building. This may cause spaces to be cooler by 10 degrees Fahrenheit if outside temperatures are cool.
Also affected during this same time, and isolated to the Klamath basement, the HVAC supply air and chilled water pumps will be shut down.
Included in this time frame, the Price Science Commons & Research Library’s normal power will be off, the elevator will be out of service, the data equipment will be off, HVAC supply air will be shut down and all lighting will be off.
Work will be performed by Andersen Construction.
For questions or concerns about how this may impact your area, contact Denise Stewart, Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) Design and Construction at 346-2280.
I’ve received reports that a number of McKenzie Hall occupants have experienced warm air flow into their offices today. I’ve learned that events associated with completing the work on the south mechanical room caused air handlers to generate and discharge warm air. I am told by the contractors that the issue has been resolved and any warm air discharge you may experience should be dissipating from the system and conditioned air returning to normal discharge by this afternoon. Thank you for your patience.
Update: We’ve been informed that work slated for July 13th and 14th during this shutdown period will cause the shutdown of a mechanical unit that could affect McKenzie Hall cooling.
On Wednesday, July 5th until Friday, July 14th, McKenzie Hall’s hot water system will be shut down to remove and reinstall piping in the lower level of the building.
This will only effect the hot water in the building. All cold water service will continue, including the air conditioning system.
Work will be performed by GBC Contractors and Alliance Systems.
For questions or concerns about how this may affect your area, contact Gene Mowery, Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) Design and Construction at 346-5593.
This shutdown has been postponed until Wednesday due to commencement activities. The new dates should read 6/21/17-6/22/17.
On Tuesday, June 20th Wednesday, June 21st at 7:00 am until Wednesday, June 21st Thursday, June 22nd at 5:00 pm, 20 pound steam will be shut down in order to replace an 8” expansion joint in the Tunnel.
This shutdown will impact Prince Lucien Campbell (PLC) , Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Chapman Hall, and Condon Hall. There will be no building hot water / heat.
For questions or concerns about how this may impact your area, contact Mo Soleimani, Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) Utilities Maintenance Supervisor at 346-2213.
Beginning May 23, 2017 at 4:00 am until August 1, 2017 at 6:00 pm, the heating water in Pacific Hall will be shut down.
The reason for this request is to permanently remove portions of the hydronic piping, as well as re-routing of piping for radiators that will remain in service.
This will affect the building’s heating water.
Lower Level – complete piping and radiator demo.
1st floor – complete piping and radiator demo.
2nd floor – 6 Labs will remain in service, those within the construction area will be removed.
3rd floor – Radiators on the south end of Pacific Hall will be taken out of service, but will remain in place.
Work will be performed by Andersen Construction & S2 Mechanical.
For questions or concerns about how this may impact your area, contact Jen Miley, Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) Design and Construction at 346-1530.
On Monday, March 27th through Thursday, March 30th, 2017, Klamath Hall’s heating water will be turned off. This will affect the entire 2nd floor heating water, which MAY cause the water temperature to decline by 10 degrees F. The work will be performed by a contractor. Spring Break was selected to limit the impact to building occupants.
For questions or concerns about how this may affect your services contact Denise Stewart, CPFM Design and Construction Services at 346-2280.
Due to the installation of new isolation valves located in the SE building riser, the below services will be interrupted in Huestis for two consecutive nights of shut-downs from 6PM-7AM on February 9, 2017, and February 10, 2017. Utilities will be turned on during the day. Two nights have been scheduled for the work, although the contractors may be able to complete the work in 1 night depending on progress and condition of old lines.
Natural Gas – Building Wide
Laboratory Air – Building Wide
Reverse Osmosis Water – Building Wide
Potable Cold Water – Building Wide
Potable Hot Water – Building Wide
Heating Water – 3rd floor only
This is part of the third-floor lab renovations project. This work was scheduled overnight to limit the impact to building occupants.
For questions or concerns contact Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216.
Due to the replacement of the third-floor heating water supply and return valves, Huestis will temporarily be without mechanical heating water starting at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. This will affect the entire building. Contractors anticipate completing work by 7:00 am on Wednesday, February 8, 2017. This is part of the third-floor lab renovations project. This work was scheduled overnight to limit the impact to building occupants.
For questions or concerns contact Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216.