Klamath Hall Steam Shutdown 2/14/2020

Begin:   Friday, February 14th, 2020 at 5:00 am

End:      Friday, February 14th, 2020 at 3:00 pm

Building or Area Impacted:  Klamath Hall

Scope:  Klamath 3rd floor renovation needs to safely isolate steam lines.

Services Impacted:  Steam for the entire building will be offline.  This work will not impact clean steam.

Work Performed By:  Lease Crutcher Lewis

ContactDenise Stewart, CPFM Owner’s Representative, 541-346-2280 or 541-335-1258

Klamath Hall Shutdowns 1/20/2020

1) Exhaust plenums and fans

Date:  Monday, January 20, 2020 (MLK Jr. Day) 5:00 am to 5:00 pm

Scope:  Shutdown of the north and south exhaust plenums and fans impacting the whole building. This shutdown is to achieve the following and take advantage of the campus closure for MLK day.

  1. Disconnect ductwork for the second floor renovation area.
    2. Disconnect ductwork for phase two of level three renovation.
    3. Connect the exhaust fans to new power.

Services Impacted:  Exhaust and fume hoods throughout the building

Special InstructionsPlease close all fume hood sashes prior to the shutdown.

 

2)  Heating water

Date:  Monday, January 20, 2020 (MLK Jr. Day) 5:00 am to 3:30 pm

Scope:  Shutdown of heating water that will impact level two north and level three north.  The shutdown is to isolate renovation areas on both levels and take advantage of the campus closure for MLK day.

Services Impacted:  Heating affecting Level 2 North and Level 3 North

Extra Notes:  Temporary electric heaters will be provided to warms rooms on level two.

 

3)  Steam

Date:  Monday, January 20, 2020 (MLK Jr. Day) 5:00 am to 3:30 pm

Scope:  The steam shutdown is to isolate renovation areas on both levels two and three and take advantage of the campus closure for MLK day.

Services Impacted:  Shutdown of steam that will impact the full building.

 

4)  Supply fan 4

Date:  Monday, January 20, 2020 (MLK Jr. Day) 5:00 am to 5:00 pm

Scope:  Shutdown of supply fan 4 that will impact the north half of Level 2 North and Level 3 North.. The shutdown is to re-sheave the fans for the renovations on both levels two and three taking advantage of the campus closure for MLK Jr. Day.

Services Impacted:  Supply air that will impact Level 2 North and Level 3 North.

ContactDenise Stewart, Owner’s Representative, 541-346-2280 or 541-335-1258

 

Lewis Integrated Science Complex Treated Steam Shutdown 12/17/19

Update 12/16/19: This work has been postponed due to a delay in the parts’ arrival. The new date is yet to be determined.

On December 17th from 7:00 am-4:00 pm the treated steam will be shutdown to Lewis Integrated Sciences to repair a leaking 14 inch steam valve in the utility tunnel. This work will impact the heating and hot water.

For questions or concerns, please contact Kyle Wilson at 541-346-2246 or rwilson2@uoregon.edu.

Klamath Hall Steam Shutdown 10/24/19 – 10/25/19

On Thursday evening, October 24th at 7:00 pm, until Friday morning, October 25th at 7:00 am, steam (not clean steam) will be offline in order to modify steam and condensate piping for connecting to the 3rd floor renovation.  Heating water temperatures will likely be reduced until the steam is restored, at which time the temperatures will return to normal.

Temporary heaters will be supplied to controlled temperature rooms.

Work will be performed by Lease Crutcher Lewis.

For questions or concerns, please contact Denise Stewart at 541-335-1258 or dstewart@uoregon.edu.

 

 

Untreated Steam Emergency Shutdown 9/25/19

On Wednesday, September 25th from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm, clean (untreated) steam will be shut down in order to repair a pipe weld.

During the shutdown, no steam will be available.

Impacted Buildings:

University Health, Counseling and Testing Center
Lewis Integrative Science Building
Streisinger Hall
Huestis Hall
Willamette Hall
Klamath Hall
Onyx Bridge
Cascade Annex
Pacific Hall
Columbia Hall
Volcanology
ZIRC

For questions or concerns, please contact:
Jeff Madsen, CPFM Design and Construction 541-346-2256
Darin Dehle, CPFM Design and Construction 541-346-2282

Reminder About Seasonal Building Steam Management

As the cooler weather arrives, CPFM Facilities Services will again implement its process for systematically activating the heat within steam-controlled buildings. These locations include the following:

  • Chapman
  • Collier House
  • Condon
  • Deady
  • Esslinger
  • Friendly
  • Gerlinger
  • Hendricks
  • Lokey Education (East and West)
  • Music (radiators only)
  • Mac Court (radiators only)
  • Susan Campbell
  • Villard

Because turning on the system is a lengthy and involved process, Facilities Services has established the following methodology regulating when technicians activate the steam for the cold season:

As fall temperatures get cooler, we systematically turn on the steam when outside nighttime air temperature is below 50 degrees for five (5) consecutive nights AND daytime air temperature is below 70 degrees for five (5) consecutive days.

Since fall temperatures can vary widely from day to day, building occupants can expect fluctuating inside temperatures until outside conditions meet the above criteria, and technicians can activate the steam.

Contact:  email Work Control Center or call 541-346-2319

 

Millrace Woodshop Emergency Treated Steam Shutdown 9/12/19

Update 9/25: The treated steam has been restored, and in turn, the heating and hot water have been restored.

 

Effective immediately, the treated steam for the Millrace Woodshop has been shut down due to a failed PRV.  The part has been ordered and will be installed upon arrival.  This will affect the heating and hot water in the building.  A notice will be sent when the steam has been restored.

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

 

 

 

Clean (Untreated) Steam Shutdown 9/17/19

On Tuesday, September 17th from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, clean (untreated) steam will be shut down in order to replace an expansion joint.  During the shutdown, treated steam will be available for use.  Advance  notification was sent to building Liaisons.

Impacted Buildings:
University Health, Counseling and Testing
Center
Lewis Integrative Science Building
Streisinger Hall
Huestis Hall
Willamette Hall
Klamath Hall
Onyx Bridge
Cascade Annex
Pacific Hall
Columbia Hall
Volcanology
ZIRC

For questions or concerns, please contact Jeff Madsen at 541-346-2256 or Darin Dehle at 541-346-2282.

 

Klamath Hall and PSC Building Steam Shutdown 9/12/19 – 9/13/19

On Thursday evening, September 12th from 7:00 pm, until Friday morning, September 13th at 7:00 am, building steam will be offline to Klamath Hall and Price Science Commons.  This will impact heating and steam condensate.  Temperatures in spaces may decrease during the outage.  Controlled temperature rooms in Klamath 261 & 273 will be provided with temporary electric heaters.

Work will be performed by Lease Crutcher Lewis.

For questions or concerns, please contact Denise Stewart at 541-335-1258 or dstewart@uoregon.edu.

North Campus Steam and Hot Water Shutdown 9/4/19

On Wednesday, September 4th at 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, main steam service will be shut down while installing a shutoff valve at Knight Campus.  This shutdown will affect heating and hot water.  Building Liaisons were notified previously.

Impacted Buildings:
CPFM Warehouse 130
CPFM Building 136
Zebrafish
Fine Arts Studios
Millrace Studios
Wilkinson House
Greenhouses 109 and 110

For questions or concerns please contact:
Jeff Madsen, CPFM Design and Construction 541-346-2256
Darin Dehle, CPFM Design and Construction 541-346-2282

 

Clean Steam Shutdown 8/26/19 – 9/6/19

Update 8/30/19:

Work on the untreated (clean) steam line is complete and service has been restored. Thank you for your assistance and patience during this shutdown.

 

As part of connecting the Knight Campus building to campus utilities, the untreated (clean) steam system will be shut down from August 26th – September 6, 2019.  This shutdown will affect buildings that have autoclaves, cage washers and similar equipment requiring untreated steam for cleaning.  Normal campus steam will be available throughout the work.  Advanced notice was sent to building liaisons.

Impacted Buildings:

University Health, Counseling, and Testing Center
Lewis Integrative Science Building (LISB)
Streisinger Hall
Huestis Hall
Willamette Hall
Klamath Hall
Onyx Bridge
Cascade Annex
Pacific Hall
Columbia Hall
Volcanology
Zebrafish International Resource Center (ZIRC)

Contact:
Jeff Madsen, CPFM Design and Construction 541-346-2256
Darin Dehle, CPFM Design and Construction 541-346-2282

Willamette and Huestis 60 psi treated steam shutdown 8/16/19

On August 16, from 7 a.m.-4 p.m., the 60 psi treated steam will be shut down to Willamette Hall and Huestis Hall to replace leaking steam and condensate valves in the tunnel. This will not affect untreated steam.

CPFM Utilities and Energy will perform this work.

Questions or concerns may be directed to Utilities Maintenance Manager Kyle Wilson at 541-346-2246 or rwilson2@uoregon.edu.

Klamath Hall and Price Science Commons Building Steam Shutdown 8/1/19 – 8/2/19

On Thursday evening, August 1st from 7:00 pm, until Friday morning, August 2nd at 7:00 am, building steam will be offline to Klamath Hall and Price Science Commons.  This will impact heating and steam condensate.  Temperatures in spaces may decrease during the outage.  Controlled temperature rooms in Klamath 261 & 273 will be provided with temporary electric heaters.

Work will be performed by Lease Crutcher Lewis.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Denise Stewart at 541-335-1258 or dstewart@uoregon.edu.

Steam Shutdown Impacting Pacific, Columbia, Cascade, Volcanology and EMU 7/26 – 7/29

Facilities Liaisons,

CPFM Utilities and Energy needs to replace a 16″ steam valve on the Columbia crossover steam line in the tunnel that services Pacific Hall, Columbia Hall, Cascade Hall, Volcanology and the new construction side of EMU.

The shutdown includes 60 psi treated steam only and will impact heat, hot water, and autoclaves that use this utility.

Advance notifications were sent out in May and June.  Utilities and Energy have coordinated the following dates/times:

Friday, July 26, crews will shut down the 60 psi steam to the affected buildings by 4:00 pm.

Sat-Sun, July 27 – 28, The contractor will replace the large 16-inch steam valve.

Monday, July 29, crews will begin slowly warming steam piping at 8:00 am and return to normal 60 psi steam service by noon.

For questions or concerns please CPFM Utilities Maintenance Manager Kyle Wilson at 541-346-2246.

Pacific Hall Steam Shutdown 6/12

Facilities Liaisons,

On Wednesday, June 12 Contractors will be performing Pacific Hall utility metering warranty repairs from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm. This requires a steam shutdown that will impact building hot water and heating. The building temperature may drop slightly, depending on the weather.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Owners Rep Manager Jen Miley at 541-346-1530.

Update – Seeking feedback for date for upcoming steam shutdown impacting Pacific Hall, Columbia Hall, Cascade Hall, Volcanology and EMU

Update:

Facilities Liaisons,

Due to part delay and contractor availability, this work has been postponed until late July.  CPFM Utilities and Energy tentatively scheduled this work over the weekend of July 27 – 28 (Saturday and Sunday) to limit the impact to campus.   Please respond with any concerns with this new date selection.

 

A reminder notification will be sent out ten days in advance if there is no feedback.

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Facilities Liaisons,

CPFM Utilities and Energy needs to replace a 16″ steam valve on the Columbia crossover steam line in the tunnel that services Pacific Hall, Columbia Hall, Cascade Hall, Volcanology and the new construction side of EMU.

The shutdown includes 60 psi treated steam only and will impact heat, hot water, and autoclaves that use this utility.

Below are three proposed dates. CPFM is seeking feedback on the best possible dates to take the steam offline:

June 18 – 19, 2019

June 25 – 26, 2019

July 2 – 3,  2019

Please reply with questions or concerns by May 31. 

For questions or concerns please CPFM Utilities Maintenance Supervisor Mo Soleimani at 541-346-2213 or CPFM Facilities Services Associate Director Jim Cody at 541-346-2302.

Klamath Hall Clean Steam Shutdown 5/16 – 5/17

Facilities Liaisons,

As part of the third-floor renovation project, the clean steam that services the building autoclaves will be temporarily shut down overnight starting May 16 at 5 pm with a restore of 5 am on May 17. This is necessary to modify (reroute and cap) the steam pipes on the third floor. Work will be performed by Lease Crutcher Lewis.

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

 

Reminder About Seasonal Building Steam Management

Facilities Liaisons,

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:

AAA Studios

Agate Hall (gym/auditorium space)

Cascade Annex

Chapman Hall

Collier House

Columbia Room 154

Condon Hall

Deady Hall

Esslinger Hall

Friendly Hall

Gerlinger Hall

Hendricks Hall

Huestis Hall (heat exchanger HEX-3 only for fin tube radiators)

Lokey Education (east)

Lokey Education (west)

McArthur Court (radiators only)

Millrace Woodshop

Frohnmayer Music (radiators only)

Onyx Bridge 169/170, 72/90

PLC hydronic radiators

Portions of Lawrence Hall (primarily studios)

Susan Campbell Hall

Villard Hall

Volcanology

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.

Contact: Work Control Center 541-346-2319

Volcanology steam heat shutdown 3/13

Volcanology Facilities Liaisons,

Building Steam will be turned off on March 13, 2019, while crews install four radiators on the second floor of Volcanology. This will impact building heat during the duration of the outage. Steam will be restored as soon as the installation is complete. Facilities Services plumbing shop will be performing this work.

For questions or concerns, please contact CPFM Design and Construction Owners Rep Colin Brennan at 541-346-8242

Autoclave steam outage 3/18 – 3/19 impacting various buildings

Facilities Liaisons,

CPFM Utilities and Energy will be performing annual preventative maintenance and an internal inspection of the autoclave steam generator March 18 – 19, 2019.  This will require the autoclave steam heat exchanger to be shut down.  60# steam will be available if needed.

Impacted Buildings:

  • University Health, Counseling and Testing Center
  • Lewis Integrative Science Building
  • Streisinger Hall
  • Huestis Hall
  • Willamette Hall
  • Klamath Hall
  • Onyx Bridge
  • Cascade Annex
  • Pacific Hall
  • Columbia Hall
  • Volcanology
  • ZIRC

Contact:  Mo Soleimani, Utilities and Energy Maintenance Supervisor 541-346-2213 or Jim Cody, Facilities Services 541-541-2302.

Advance notification was sent to primary building occupants on 2/22.

Autoclave Steam Generator Emergency Shutdown Impacting 12 Buildings 2/6

Building Occupants,

CPFM Utilities & Energy requires an emergency shutdown of the Autoclave Steam Generator tomorrow 2/6/2019, from 0700-1200. The purpose is to replace a failed evaporator gasket. Pure, clean steam will be unavailable between 0700-1200. Treated steam will be cross-connected and available for the duration of the shutdown.

Impacted Buildings:

University Health, Counseling and Testing Center
Lewis Integrative Science Building
Streisinger
Huestis
Willamette Hall
Klamath Hall
Onyx Bridge
Cascade Annex
Pacific Hall
Columbia Hall
Volcanology
ZIRC

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

 

Volcanology Steam Shutdown 1/17 – 1/18

Building Occupants,

CPFM HVAC and Plumbing shop need to perform steam work in Volcanology 206, 207 & 218 that requires a building-wide steam shutdown.  Customer service sent pre-notification of this change to the building Facilities Liaisons. This will impact all systems and equipment that utilize steam.  Crews hope to have service restored by 4 pm on 12/28 1/18.

For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Facilities Services Buildings Systems Associate Director Jim Cody at 541-346-2302.

 

Bean Hall Steam Shutdown 12/10 – 12/13

Fortis Construction will temporarily shutdown the steam services to Bean Hall starting at 3 pm on 12/10 and anticipate restoring steam services by 8 am on 12/13. This is part of the ongoing construction project at Bean Hall.

Contact: George Bleekman
George Bleekman, Owner’s Representative
Campus Planning & Facilities Management
Design & Construction | University of Oregon
541-346-2625 O
541-954-7413 C

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