CPFM Custodial Services is piloting a daytime custodial program in Cascade Hall that started today June 28, 2018. The custodian hours are Monday – Friday 6:00 AM – 2:30 PM This is a program that has been successful in other buildings across campus.
We have seen that many around campus value getting to know the custodial staff members assigned to their buildings, and that building occupants appreciate getting to know those who work in the buildings we care for. This new approach will give many occupants the opportunity to know the custodian assigned to Cascade Hall. During the summer occupants will see several new faces, as we are cross-training the staff allowing us to provide the best coverage as absences occur. Our goal is to make sure we do the best possible job of keeping the University buildings clean and safe.
We have recently worked with Sandy Thoms regarding this transition but, recognize that each space may have unique issues and concerns. As with any initiative, we will learn and adapt as we implement this program. We welcome comments and feedback so that we can make adjustments that meet needs and contribute to a successful transition.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Facilities Services Custodial Manager Tim Winder at 541-346-5771.
Interim Custodial Services Manager
On Thursday, June 28, between the hours of 7:00a-9:00a, the standby power for the Living Learning Center and Straub Hall will be shut down for diagnostic purposes. This will not impact main power to the buildings and no occupants should be impacted unless they are using the standby power during this time. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Design & Construction Owner’s Representative Jana Gerow at 541-346-8317.
Starting June 25, 2018, through July 13, 2018, there is a small renovation in Lills Room 140. This project involves demo work, framing, drywall, electrical, painting, and ceiling work. Buiding Occupants can expect to hear construction noises during normal hours of operation and construction workers and materials entering and exiting the building.
For questions or concerns regarding this project please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Theo Davis at 541-346-1012.
On June 27, 2018, from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm there will be a local beekeeper and contractor Ask The Bug Man relocating bees from the 2nd floor soffit of Condon Hall to a new off-site home. There will be a lift in the area partially blocking the sidewalk and building occupants should be aware of this activity and avoid the area.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Facilities Services Associate Director Kevin Farthing at 541-359-6633.
Beginning Tuesday, June 19, and continuing until September 21st, Pioneer Waterproofing will be cleaning and restoring the existing brick wall on the west side of the EMU, along University Street. The west half of the sidewalk will remain open the full length of the wall, however, the ramp to the EMU loading dock will be offline during most of the project duration. Construction laydown will stage in the north spaces of parking lot 29A. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Design & Construction Owner’s Representative Martina Oxoby at 541-346-5880.
On Friday, June 15 and one week following, on June 22 fire alarm testing will be conducted at Oregon Hall between the hours of 6:00a-7:30a. These scheduled tests are part of the process to allow newly renovated spaces to receive their certificate of occupancy from the City of Eugene. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Design & Construction Owner’s Representative Patrick Mucker at 541-346-8216.
On Monday, June 11, the sidewalk adjacent to Parking Lot 29A’s payment kiosk will be closed for landscaping and irrigation work between the hours of 6:30a-9:00a. This parking lot serves the surrounding buildings of EMU, Straub, Gerlinger, Hendricks, and the Student Rec. Center. The lot itself will remain open, but sidewalk access will be limited (see highlighted area on map). If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Phillip Carrol, the Landscape Maintenance Supervisor.
On Tuesday, June 19, the domestic hot water to the University Health Center will be shut down from 1:00p-5:00p so that preventive maintenance work can be performed on the steam heat-exchangers. During this interval there will be no hot water available in the building, including in restrooms and autoclaves. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Candice Woyak with CPFM.
The Volcanology Exterior Restoration Project is starting to gear up. Tomorrow morning between 5:00 am and 8:30 am, Rexius will be trimming trees and removing some shrubs around the East and West sides of the building. This is to prepare for scaffolding installation the week of June 18th, after graduation.
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On Tuesday, June 5th, the hot water in the Northwest corner of Huestis Hall will be shut down between the hours of 5:00p-10:00p. This will impact the hot water supply on floors 1-3, as well as the HVAC temperature control. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Design & Construction Owner’s Representative Colin Brennan at (541) 346-8242.
On Wednesday, June 13, scheduled maintenance will be performed on the air handlers for Klamath Hall to change drive belts and inspect drive sheaves. This will impact the operation of fume hoods. The shut-downs are scheduled in two phases:
- North shut-downs will occur between 8:00a-10:00a, and will affect the North side of the building between the basement and the third floor.
- South shut-downs will occur between 10:00a-12:00p, and will affect the South side of the building between the basement and the third floor.
During the course of this scheduled shut-down the fume hoods will be non-operational. Please shut the fume hood sashes and close all chemical containers during the indicated times.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Richard Vaughn with CPFM Facilities services at 541-346-2320.
On Tuesday, May 15, from 8:00a-12:00p, Risk Services will be replacing a sprinkler head in the Rainier Building, Room 220D. This will involve the shutdown of the sprinkler system for part of the day. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Zach Earl, Fire Systems Program Manager with Safety & Risk Services at (541) 346-9295.
On Thursday, May 24, Huestis Hall will undergo periodic testing of the building HVAC systems, which handle heating, cooling, and ventilation. This will cause brief interruptions in the climate control and ventilation throughout the building between the hours of 4:00p-5:30p. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Bruce Budzik , Owner’s Representative with Design & Construction at 6-8834.
On Friday, May 11th, between 7:30 am and 8:30 am, PeaceHealth Property Managers and its contractors will be testing the generator at the CMER building.
Please make sure your backup systems are set up.
When testing happens, the power will be shut off to the entire building, and there will be 10 seconds between the time the power goes off, and the generator starts working. Power may go off a few times between 7:30 am and 8:30 am.
This testing and maintenance work is in addition to the regularly scheduled Saturday testing of the generator as there are maintenance requirements that must be completed.
For questions or concerns, please contact CPFM Real Estate Property Coordinator Melinda Seeley at 541-346-5550.
On Saturday, April 28, from 7:00am-12:00pm, a landscaping contractor will have a delivery truck on site to blow compost into the landscaping around the HEDCO Clinic courtyard. The truck will impact some parking spots and their delivery system hoses will also create interruptions across several sidewalks. Please see the attached map for impacted areas. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rod Madison at (541) 915-9516.
As part of Tykeson Hall construction project, the Fortis Construction team will be installing a covered walkway on the west side of Johnson Hall from, 13th Ave to Johnson Hall’s ADA west entry. This covered walkway will be lit and maintain ADA access from 13th AVE. It will be in place until spring 2019. The construction fence will be moved so that pedestrian access from the south from Johnson Lane will be rerouted to the east side of Johnson Hall.
IMPORTANT: The west sidewalk will be closed the afternoon of Friday, April 20 from 12:00PM-5:00PM while the covered walkway is installed. There will be NO ADA access to the building during the time of installation.
See area 1 in blue highlight on the attached site logistics plan.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Owner’s Representative Martina Oxoby with CPFM Design & Construction at (541) 346-5880.
On Thursday, April 19, exterior window washing of McKenzie Hall will be conducted from 7:30am-4:00pm. There will be no impact to access. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Assoc. Director Kevin Farthing with CPFM at (541) 346-2857.
On Saturday, April 28, Rexius will have a blower-truck in the Facilities parking lot to install compost on the dirt areas south of Wilkinson House. The truck will affect one lane of traffic into the CPFM Offices, flaggers will be directing traffic during the course of the work. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rod Madison at 541-915-9516.
On May 1, 2018, Verizon will begin a project to install small (2′ tall) DAS Roof antennas to 10 different buildings on campus. The work will begin with LISB on May 1, and prep will start in Pacific, Walton and Earl. The work will continue steadily with the Computing Center, Miller, the Anstett wing of LBC, PLC lower roof, JSMA, and Knight Library, until complete in early September.
To prepare for this work, items will be stored in buildings starting April 17, 2018 . Installers will access the roof of each of the affected building, and some basements, along with various other IT or storage rooms. No shut-downs will occur, however one day of drilling on the roof or core drilling inside walls may be heard in each building. In some cases scissor lifts will be used to get to the roof. Please see attached diagrams for reference to affected work areas and boom/scissor-lift locations.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Jana Gerow, Owner’s Representative with CPFM Design & Construction at (541) 346-8317.
In support of renovations for 2 East and 3 East, early morning fire alarm tests have been scheduled which will impact entire building. The schedule for these tests is as follows:
Thursday 4/19, 6:00AM- 7:30AM Project Pre-Inspection Testing
Friday 4/20, 6:00AM- 7:30AM City Inspections
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Owner’s Representative Patrick Mucker of CPFM Design and Construction at 541-346-8216.
Beginning Monday, April 16 and continuing through Friday, April 20, a landscaping company will have equipment on site to make preparations for an art installation at the EMU Green. This will include pedestrian controls, safety fencing around the work areas around the Green. There will be landscape vehicles, dump trailers, and excavators on site throughout the work. Bike and pedestrian traffic will be rerouted around work area.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Owners Representative, Martina Oxoby, with CPFM’s Design and Construction, at (541) 346-5880.
Tuesday, April 17, a subcontractor will be making repairs to the tunnel sump pump on the quad and path areas between the University Health Center and Walton Hall. Pedestrian and bike traffic will be rerouted between the hours of 8:30am and 5:00pm.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Kevin Farthing, Associate Director of Facilities Services, at (541) 346-2857.
This notice was sent to UO Spaces Building Contacts around Champan that may be impacted and outlook list FS Memo.
Chapman Hall will begin demolition and installation of a landscape package along the west and north sides of the building. Construction fencing will be staged on Friday, March 23rd and set in place on Monday, March 26th to begin the work. The sidewalk along the west and north sides of Chapman Hall will be fenced off and traffic routed around this area for the Spring break week to accomplish this work. Fencing will come down at the end of the week, March 30th. See below drawings (select to enlarge) for primary affected area and construction fence layout.
For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Owners Representative Gene Mowery at 541-346-5593.
This notice has been sent to building occupants of JSMA, Chapman, Fenton, Susan Campbell, Hendricks, Johnson Hall and Collier House.
As part of the Tykeson Hall project, the below logistics map shows the scope of work for the foundation slab which will be poured on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. This work requires a truck to be parked on the south side of 13th Ave between 12 AM-midnight and 6 AM (red line truck). A second truck will be parked in Johnson Lane between the hours of 6 AM and noon, Tuesday, March 13, 2018 (blue line truck). Access to JSMA and Parking Lot #25 will remain open with a flagger to direct traffic. Pathways around the worksite may be obstructed but will not be blocked.
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For questions or concerns please contact CPFM Design and Construction Project Manager Martina Oxoby at 541-346-5880.