Begin: Monday, March 23rd, 2020 at 7:00 am
End: Tuesday, March 24th 2020 at 5:00 pm
Building Impacted: Streisinger Hall
Scope: Shutdown of all HVAC equipment, including animal labs, in order to upgrade the existing SIEMENS BAS Control panels.
Services Impacted: Fume hoods, Heating and Cooling, Ventilation and Exhaust, Chilled Water
Special Instructions: All fume hoods need to be closed and all containers within the fume hoods should be closed as well.
Extra Notes: Work will be performed by Siemens
Contact: Stacy Breaux, CPFM FS Electrical/Control System Tech, 541-521-5376
UPDATE: All systems are back online.
Begin: Monday, February 3rd, 2020 at 1:00
End: Monday, February 3rd, 2020 (possibly 1:30 or less)
Building or Area Impacted: Pacific Hall
Scope: Unscheduled emergency shutdown of all HVAC systems. System requiring a reboot.
Services Impacted: All fume hoods, general exhaust, heating and cooling systems.
Extra Notes: Duration is unknown – could be 5 minutes to 30 minutes, depending how each item comes back online.
Special Instructions: All users need to close their fume hoods and seal containers.
Contact: Stacy Breaux, CPFM FS Electrical/Control System Tech, 541-521-5376
Begin: Monday, January 27th, 2020
End: TBD, waiting for parts
Areas Impacted: Computing Center classrooms 155, 165, 175, and 185
Scope: The motor to the air handler unit that serves the classrooms is down. A replacement has been ordered.
Services Impacted: This will impact the heating and cooling in 155, 165, 175, and 185.
Contact: For questions or concerns, please contact Work Control Center at 346-2319 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Begin: Monday, January 6th, 2020 at 8:30 am
End: Friday, January 10th, 2020 at 12:00 pm
Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted: Streisinger Hall
Scope: The preventative maintenance crew will be changing out filters and belts for Streisinger Hall yearly maintenance.
Services Impacted: This will impact the whole building as most filters will be done live, and then each motor will be shut down just long enough to replace belts.
Extra Notes: Work will be performed by the CPFM Preventative Maintenance Crew.
Contact: For questions or concerns, please contact Josh Chadwick at 541-913-3039 or Jchadwic@uoregon.edu.
Begin: December 17, 2019
End: December 18, 2019
Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted: Willamette Hall, Classroom #100
Scope: There may be odors resulting from cutting metal bolts. We are working with CPFM and the contractor to control and reduce odors today and tomorrow. Any issues should be reported to Adam Jones at Safety and Risk Services or report an Indoor Air Quality issue following this link: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form?EQBCT=b3d1835da52f401ea0d47e4fc9d441ee
Contact: Martina Oxoby email@example.com 346-5880
Begin: December 9, 2019
End: January 3, 2020
Scope: Lease Crutcher Lewis contractors will be setting up a project staging area in a section of the main entry, plus performing HVAC work on the second floor.
Building and Area(s) Impacted: Allen Hall: Rooms – Offices 214A-D, 215, 216, 216A-D, 217, 217A, and Hallway H212
Services Impacted: Access and HVAC
Contact: Gene Mowery, Owner’s Representative, 541-346-5593
Beginning Monday, November 18th from 8:30 am through Friday, November 22nd, the preventative maintenance crew will be changing out filters and belts for Willamette Hall’s yearly maintenance. This will impact the whole building as most filters will be done live, and then each motor will be shut down just long enough to replace belts.
During this process on Tuesday, November 19th, fume hoods will be shut down beginning at 9:00 am and will be back up and operational by 12:00 noon.
Work will be performed by the CPFM Preventative Maintenance Crew.
For questions or concerns, please contact Josh Chadwick at 541-913-3039 or Jchadwic@uoregon.edu.
On Monday, November 4th, from 8:00 am to 9:00 am, the air handlers, heating water system, and chilled water system will be shutdown for approximately 30 minutes. This will affect all south wing labs on the basement, first and second floors, south of hallway 108.
Work will be performed by Siemens.
For questions or concerns, please contact Spencer O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 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.
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 email@example.com.
During the week of August 12-16, the Health Center’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) automation system, or “controls,” will be restricted, while Facilities Services upgrades the existing system and connects it to the new addition. Although processes will be operational while enhancements are underway, the HVAC will not adjust as it does under normal operations until the work is complete.
During this time, system modifications can still be made for issues impacting operation. Should building occupants notice any issues or experience urgent HVAC problems, contact Jesse Porras at 541-346-2927 or Colin Brennan at 541-346-8242.
This work will be performed by Lease Crutcher Lewis.
Please direct questions or concerns to Owner’s Representative Colin Brennan at 541-346-8242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Saturday, August 3rd from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Facilities Services will be painting in room 339 of Oregon Hall. This will involve the application of a low-odor dry erase paint. In order to mitigate odors, Facilities will be shutting off the HVAC system during this time. The shutdown will affect all of the third floor on the west side of the building.
In addition to performing the work on Saturday and shutting off the HVAC system, the following additional measures are being taken to limit odors:
-sealing HVAC register and return in room 339
-use of an air scrubber
-use of a minimal odor dry erase paint
No additional utility disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time; however, if there are any additional disruptions or shutdowns to services, an additional notice will be distributed.
Room 339 – Odor potential for other adjacent areas
For questions or concerns, please contact Justin Grishkin at 346-5242 or email@example.com.
AIR Inc. will be shutting down the HVAC system on the third floor of the Knight Library Thursday, July 18, for one hour between 8 -10 am to make modifications to the system. This task is part of the Knight Library 365 project.
Occupants may notice a slight decrease in ventilation and/or a slight increase in room temperature for the short duration of the shutdown.
If there are any questions or concerns, please contact the CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager, Theo Davis, at 541-346-1012.
After several days of troubleshooting the HVAC unit that primarily serves the third floor of 1600 Millrace, it has been determined the unit has a failed part. Crews and the Contractor are researching where to acquire the necessary part and expedite it to campus. This may cause other areas of the building to experience warm temps.
Contact the Work Control Center 346-2319 if you have questions or concerns or would like to acquire a loaner fan for your space. You can also submit a service request via the call log https://cgis.uoregon.edu/Calllog
Updates will be communicated as they are received.
Thank you for your patience during this time.
Beginning June 17th, and continuing until the end of August, the general contractor, Preferred Construction, and their subs will be doing renovation work in rooms 364-366 in the Knight Library. This will involve asbestos abatement, minor demo and framing, drywall, duct work, electrical, carpet and paint. Users can expect to hear normal and occasional construction noises such as hammering and drilling, and may smell a water-based latex, non-toxic paint, during the painting portion. Users will see the contractor, their subs and UO personnel entering/exiting the building with tools and materials during normal business hours.
During abatement (6/18-6/20), CPFM staff will turn off the HVAC system, which might affect areas outside the construction zone on the third floor.
No other utility disruptions or shutoffs are expected at this time, but if there are any more, then an additional notice will be distributed.
If there are any issues or concerns, please contact Theo Davis, the CPFM project manager, at 541-346-1012, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the following dates and times, portions of the HVAC system that affect the entire building may be shut down for painting purposes:
- Fri., May 31, at 3:00 p.m. – Mon., June 3, at 7:00 a.m.
- Fri., June 7 at 3:00 p.m. – Mon., June 10 at 7:00 a.m.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Tim Allenbaugh at email@example.com or 541-346-8214.
Beginning May 28th, at 5:00 am, and continuing through June 6th, the HVAC Air Supply will be shut down to install insulation and perform system modifications to reduce the ambient noise in the conference room.
Work will be performed by Andersen Construction.
If you have any questions, please contact Jen Miley at 346-1530 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This was moved to April 19.
On Friday, March 29. HVAC will be accessing rooftop equipment to complete equipment service and inspection. This should not affect the broadcast as they will not be directly over the studio. There will also be an inspection and servicing of interior equipment.
This was approved by building occupants and UO Real Estate on March 8, 2019.
We are continuing to perform corrective action on heating system components distributed in the building. The final activities to complete this work will be performed over spring break, from March 25th to March 29th.
This work will not impact building services.
The work involves replacing air and temperature sensors, moving sensors and replacing heating water valves in areas identified below. The majority of work will be done in ceiling spaces located in hallways, doorways and in selected rooms.
Disruptions to these spaces will be for a short duration while the contractor is performing the work.
For any questions or concern, please contact:
CPFM HVAC shop will be performing equipment service and inspection on the HVAC equipment at Thompson University Center on Saturday, March 9. Saturday was selected to limit impact to building occupants.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Work Control at email@example.com 541-346-2319
On Tuesday, February 12 from 7:30 am – 4:00 pm Facilities Services will be performing equipment service and inspection of all the HVAC related building systems. This will affect the fume hoods throughout the building and will require fume hood related projects suspended during this time. Technicians will access rooms 113N and 113S.
Prenotification was sent to building occupants on January 29.
For questions for concerns please contact CPFM Facilities Service Technician Richard Vaughan at 541-255-5947 or the CPFM Work Control Center at 541-346-2319.
Facilities Services will be servicing and inspecting all of the heating/cooling/ventilating equipment affecting occupant spaces. This will require the equipment to be accessible at the time of service. Furniture may need to be arranged accordingly. Building supply air/exhaust may be shut down periodically during this inspection.
• The first floor will be serviced 2/6/2019
• The second floor will be serviced 2/13/2019
• The third floor and roof will be serviced 2/20/2019
Prenotification was sent to facilities liaisons and coordinated 1/28.
For questions or concerns, please contact CPFM Facilities Services Technician Richard Vaughan at 541-346-2319
The main air handlers will be temporarily shut down on February 7, 2019, from 8:00 am – 10:00 am at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. This will impact the basement storage, woodshop, 1st-floor lecture, and special events and 2nd-floor exhibit space. This work is necessary as part of the new electrical breaker installation in the north rooftop mechanical room.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Jeff Madsen at 541-346-2256.
On Tuesday 1/15 and Wednesday 1/16, we have scheduled HVAC Water Test & Balance activities for the East Wings. The HVAC technicians will be measuring water flow and making necessary adjustments. They are scheduled to begin on the 2nd floor and work up to 3rd and 4th floors and be complete by 1/16. The technicians will begin work at 5:00 am to minimize disruptions. These activities identify any functional problems and assist in making improvements to the HVAC system.
For questions or concerns, please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Patrick Mucker firstname.lastname@example.org at 541-346-8216.
As part of the renovations, the south half of Klamath (all floors) will not have exhaust air on January 23 from 4:00 am – 6:00 am. Fume hood sashes need to be closed on the evening before, January 22. Second and third floors of Klamath will not have air supply during this time.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Denise Stewart, email@example.com, 541-335-1258.
Beginning Tuesday 11/27 Air Inc. is scheduled to conduct testing, adjusting, and balancing services to the existing east side HVAC system. This activity should take approximately 2 weeks to complete. Contractors will begin with 1E and work their way up the building to 4E. They will be working during 5:00 AM- 1:30 PM each day. The work will involve taking temperature and air velocity measurements and making any necessary adjustments to provide optimal performance of the HVAC system. If the work interferes with your department operations, please ask the workers to come back to your area later or in the morning hours.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Manager Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216.