Campus Wide Cellular Coverage Testing Advisory 8/3/20 – 8/19/20

Begin:  Monday, August 3rd, 2020 at 8:00 am

End:      Wednesday, August 19th, 2020 at 6:00 pm

Buildings or Areas Impacted:

  • ALLEN (ERIC W.) HALL
  • ANSTETT HALL
  • BEAN HALL EAST
  • BEAN HALL WEST
  • CARSON HALL
  • CASCADE HALL
  • CHAPMAN HALL
  • CHILES BUSINESS CENTER
  • CLINICAL SERVICES BUILDING
  • COLUMBIA HALL
  • COMPUTING CENTER
  • CONDON HALL
  • DESCHUTES HALL
  • EARL (VIRGIL D.) HALL COMPLEX
  • ERB MEMORIAL UNION
  • FENTON HALL
  • FRIENDLY HALL
  • GERLINGER ANNEX
  • GERLINGER HALL
  • GLOBAL SCHOLARS HALL
  • HENDRICKS HALL
  • HUESTIS HALL
  • JOHNSON HALL
  • JORDAN SCHNITZER MUSEUM OF ART
  • KLAMATH HALL
  • LAWRENCE HALL
  • LEWIS (ROBERT AND BEVERLY) INTEGRATIVE SCIENCE BUILDING
  • LILLIS HALL
  • LIVING-LEARNING CENTER NORTH
  • LIVING-LEARNING CENTER SOUTH
  • LORRY I. LOKEY LABORATORIES
  • McKENZIE HALL
  • MILLER THEATRE COMPLEX
  • ONYX BRIDGE
  • OREGON HALL
  • PACIFIC HALL
  • PETERSON HALL
  • PRICE SCIENCE COMMONS
  • PRINCE LUCIEN CAMPBELL HALL
  • STRAUB (JOHN) MEMORIAL HALL
  • STREISINGER HALL
  • SUSAN CAMPBELL HALL
  • UNIV HEALTH, COUNSELING, & TESTING CTR
  • UNIVERSITY HALL
  • VILLARD HALL

Scope:  A contractor for Verizon and AT&T will be performing cellular coverage testing in about 50 campus buildings between 8/3 and 8/14. Two technicians will be walking hallways and larger lecture halls with test equipment during regular working hours. Their picture ID cards will say CTS.

Services Impacted:  Contractors in the buildings 8:00 am to 6:00 pm daily

Work Performed By:  CTS — a contractor for Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility

ContactEric Fullar, Director Voice Sys & Data Center Ops, Information Services, 541-346-1015

CPFM Warehouse Walk-through Meeting Advisory 5/20/20

Begin:  Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 at 2:30 pm

End:      Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 at 3:30 pm

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  CPFM Warehouse and Shops (Bldg. 130)

Scope:  A small group of contractors will be meeting at the CPFM warehouse on Wednesday for a pre-bid walk-through. This meeting is for the new first floor Air Handler Unit and ducting project.

Extra Notes:  Contractors do have a virtual-meeting option. Those that show up in person, will be asked to respect CDC social distancing guidelines.

ContactTim Allenbaugh, CPFM Project Manager, 541-346-8214

1715 Franklin Pre-Bid Construction Walkthrough Advisory 5/5/20

Begin: Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 at 2:00 pm

End: Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 at 3:00 pm

Building and Areas Impacted: 1715 Franklin 165, 166, and 166A

Scope: Pre-Bid Construction Walkthrough

Luke Helm will be meeting contractors who are interested in bidding the 1715 Franklin Cyber Security Project in the east parking lot outside the main entrance. Normally, we would proceed as a group through the building. However, the plan is to send contractors, one at a time, at staggered intervals to look through rooms 165, 166, and 166A, and to the roof to look at the HVAC install. If people are in the building, they just need to be aware and give the contractors space.  We will have the route marked out with blue tape on the floor to guide the contractor’s through.

Contact: Luke Helm, CPFM Owner’s Representative, 541-346-8216

North Campus Utilities Survey Advisory 3/16/20 – 8/7/20

UPDATE 7/20/2020: EWEB will be doing a geotechnical investigation that includes test pits in the area on 8/7.

Begin:  Monday, March 16th, 2020

End:      Friday, April 24th, 2020

Area Impacted:  North campus area (between railroad and Willamette River)

Scope:  EWEB will be surveying and verifying depths of their existing utilities that run through north campus.

Services Impacted:  Survey and potholing crews may be in the area intermittently.

Work Performed By:  EWEB

ContactSarah Follett, CPFM Facilities Engineer, 541-346-8264

Campus Wide Carpentry PM Inspections – First Group March through May 2020

Time Frame:  First Group – March 2020 through May 2020

Buildings Impacted:  All Campus Buildings – First Group:  Gerlinger, Gerlinger Annex, McKenzie, Knight library, Willamette and Deady

Scope:  CPFM Facilities Services Carpentry crew will be walking through buildings and performing inspections of offices and common areas to assess doors, hinges, cove bases, trims, windows, etc.

Services Impacted:  If an item is found that needs repair, and it can be done in under 15 minutes, it will be addressed at that time.  If the work requires a longer time period, a work ticket will be created for service to be done at a later date.  These inspections will not involve classrooms, labs, or secure spaces.

Extra Notes:   If the office is not occupied when we arrive, we will take a quick look to see if anything needs attention.

ContactKevin Wilson, CPFM Trades Maintenance Coordinator

DAS Rooftop Access for Cascade, Lawrence and Huestis 3/3/2020

Begin:  Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 at 9:00 am

End:      Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 at 3:00 pm

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  Rooftops of Cascade Hall, Lawrence Hall, and Huestis Hall

Scope:  Rooftops will be accessed for an RB sign audit with a VZW technician tomorrow.

Services Impacted:  This access is just a walk through and should not impact building occupants.

Extra Notes:   Work will be performed by Jim Carpenter with Ericsson

ContactKirk Johnson, Wireless Systems Specialist with Information Services 346-6905

Campus Wide Advisory for Building Inspections – Week of 3/9/20 – 3/13/20

Scope: CPFM is starting a new program call Facility Condition Assessment, or FCA, to assess the existing condition of 63 E&G buildings and on campus. You will receive a notice every week with an update of the upcoming week’s proposed building inspection list. The order is not set in stone so your feedback regarding special events or special access needs is welcome and we can work to accommodate your needs.

Services Impacted: We do not want to disrupt classes in session or inconvenience you in this process but we may ask to look inside some offices and conference rooms to visually inspect the condition of existing finishes. The information collected will be used to provide quantifiable data to the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) as to the extent of deferred maintenance backlog on Campus. This data will also allow CPFM to set priorities for Capital Improvement Projects and the 10 Year Campus Plan.

Extra Notes: In order to accomplish this you will see a group of CPFM and outside consultant staff touring buildings doing visual inspections of all building components from the exterior to the interior. This process will be ongoing for approximately 4-5 weeks.

Contact: Bruce Budzik, Small Projects & Cap Imp Manager, 541-346-8834

Facility Condition Assessment inspections scheduled for the week of 3/9/2020 – 3/13/2020:

Buildings Impacted:

Onyx Bridge
Volcanology
Klamath Hall
Price Science Commons
Willamette Hall
Streisinger Hall
Huestis Hall
Lorry Lokey Laboratories
LISB
Deschutes Hall
Oregon Hall
University Health, Counseling, and Testing Center
Straub Hall

 

Campus Wide Advisory for Building Inspections – Week of 2/17/2020

REVISION 2/11/20:  Added Onyx Bridge and Cascade Hall to the list.

Scope:  CPFM is starting a new program call Facility Condition Assessment, or FCA, to assess the existing condition of 63 E&G buildings and on campus.  You will receive a notice every week with an update of the upcoming week’s proposed building inspection list.  The order is not set in stone so your feedback regarding special events or special access needs is welcome and we can work to accommodate your needs.

Services Impacted:  We do not want to disrupt classes in session or inconvenience you in this process but we may ask to look inside some offices and conference rooms to visually inspect the condition of existing finishes. The information collected will be used to provide quantifiable data to the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) as to the extent of deferred maintenance backlog on Campus.  This data will also allow CPFM to set priorities for Capital Improvement Projects and the 10 Year Campus Plan.

Extra Notes:  In order to accomplish this you will see a group of CPFM and outside consultant staff touring buildings doing visual inspections of all building components from the exterior to the interior.  This process will be ongoing for approximately 4-5 weeks.

Contact:  Bruce Budzik, Small Projects & Cap Imp Manager, 541-346-8834

Facility Condition Assessment inspections scheduled for the week of 2/17/2020:

Buildings Impacted:

Gerlinger Annex
Gerlinger Hall
Lokey Education (Building A and B = Bldg #007)
Lokey Education (Building C = Bldg #041)
HEDCO Education
Clinical Services
Frohnmayer Music
Lawrence Hall
Allen Hall
Friendly Hall
Pacific Hall
Columbia Hall
Cascade Annex West
Cascade Annex East
Cascade Hall
Onyx Bridge

 

Campus Wide Advisory for Building Inspections – First Group 1/27/2020 – 1/30/2020

Begin:  Monday, January 27, 2020

End:      Thursday, January 30, 2020

Buildings Impacted:

  1. Villard Hall & Miller Theater Complex
  2. McKenzie Hall
  3. Deady Hall
  4. Computing Center
  5. Chiles Business Center
  6. Peterson Hall
  7. Lillis Hall
  8. Anstett Hall
  9. Fenton Hall
  10. Condon Hall
  11. Chapman Hall
  12. Johnson Hall
  13. Collier House
  14. PLC
  15. JSMA
  16. Susan Campbell Hall
  17. Hendricks Hall
  18. Knight Library
  19. Gerlinger Annex
  20. Gerlinger Hall
  21. Lokey Education Buildings A, B and C
  22. Hedco Education Building
  23. Clinical Services

Scope:  CPFM is starting a new program call Facility Condition Assessment, or FCA, to assess the existing condition of 63 E&G buildings and on campus.  You will receive a notice every week with an update of the upcoming week’s proposed building inspection list.  The order is not set in stone so your feedback regarding special events or special access needs is welcome and we can work to accommodate your needs.

Services Impacted:  We do not want to disrupt classes in session or inconvenience you in this process but we may ask to look inside some offices and conference rooms to visually inspect the condition of existing finishes. The information collected will be used to provide quantifiable data to the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) as to the extent of deferred maintenance backlog on Campus.  This data will also allow CPFM to set priorities for Capital Improvement Projects and the 10 Year Campus Plan.

Extra Notes:  In order to accomplish this you will see a group of CPFM and outside consultant staff touring buildings doing visual inspections of all building components from the exterior to the interior.  This process will be ongoing for approximately 4-5 weeks.

Contact:  Bruce Budzik, Small Projects & Cap Imp Manager, 541-346-8834