Klamath Hall Compressed Air Shutdown 2/12/2020

Begin:   Wednesday, February 12th, 2020 at 5:00 am

End:      Wednesday, February 12th, 2020 at 11:00 am

Building or Area Impacted:  Klamath Hall

Scope:  Klamath 3rd floor renovation needs to reroute and isolate the compressed air.

Services Impacted:  High pressure (100 lb.) and low pressure (30 lb.) compressed air with be offline.

Extra Notes:  Temporary compressors can be provided for critical equipment.

Work Performed By:  Lease Crutcher Lewis

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

Pacific Hall HVAC Emergency Shutdown 2/3/2020

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

1600 Millrace Elevator Shutdown 1/28/2020

Begin: January 28th, 2020

End: Tomorrow, January 29th, 2020

Building Impacted: 1600 Millrace

Scope: The repairs to the elevator were not able to be completed today.

Services Impacted: The elevator will be shutdown throughout the night and will resume service tomorrow.

Extra Notes: Out of order signs have been posted and the Otis Elevator technician will resume repairs first thing tomorrow.

Contact: Work Control Center at 346-2319 or workcontrolcenter@uoregon.edu.

ZIRC Geotechnical Shallow Drilling Advisory 1/29/2020

Begin:  Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 8:00 am

End:      Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 5:00 pm

Building or Area Impacted:  Area around ZIRC

Scope:  A geotechnical investigation will be performed to gather subsurface information around ZIRC.  A trailer-mounted drill rig will be used to complete two shallow borings.

Services Impacted:  Access to the parking lot, street, and sidewalk, with the potential to affect parking in the highlighted area below.

Extra Notes:   Work will be performed by GRI.

ContactColin Brennan, Owner’s Representative, 541-346-8242 or 541-654-2972

Computing Center Heating/Cooling 1/27/2020

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 workcontrolcenter@uoregon.edu.

Susan Campbell Hall Exterior Window Washing 2/1/20-2/2/20

Begin: Saturday, February 1st, 2020

End: Sunday, February 2nd, 2020

Building Impacted: Susan Campbell Hall

Scope:  The exterior windows will be washed at Susan Campbell Hall.

Services Impacted: Due to the use of the lift, the walkways will be partially blocked, but will not interfere with ADA entrances.

Extra Notes: Work will be performed by DDJ.

Special Instructions: Please close all exterior windows on these dates.

Contact: Kevin Farthing at 541-346-2857 or kfarthin@uoregon.edu

Spring Break 2020 Power Outage Information

The Utilities and Energy department will conduct maintenance on feeder breakers that will require short duration power outages on Monday, March 23rd and Tuesday, March 24th. Most buildings on campus will experience brief duration power outages lasting approximately 10 minutes plus building restoration time. This utility maintenance is critical for the continued safe operation of the campus electrical system.

On Monday, the feeder shutdowns and planned outages will start at 8:00 am and buildings will experience a brief outage at a scheduled time based on building feeder. On Tuesday, the entire campus will move from EWEB power onto full campus power temporarily to test the backup generator system at the Central Power Station at 8:00 am. During the testing, the power to campus may be lost if a portion of the system does not perform as expected.

To see up to date information visit the Spring Break Shutdown Website 

 

 

 

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

 

CPFM Warehouse and Shops Bldg 130 Interior Entrance to Stores Closed 1/15/2020 – 2/24/2020

Update 2/6/2020: The flooring needed to complete this project has not yet arrived. This project has been extended and is expected to be completed on February 24th.

Update 1/29/20: This project has been extended. We are hoping to have solutions next week.

Begin:  Today, January 15, 2020 at 11:00 am

End:      Friday, January 31 February 7 24, 2020

Building or Area Impacted:  CPFM Warehouse and Shops (Bldg 130) Stores (Room 119A)

Scope:  Main interior door to FASS Stores will be closed to construct a new entrance.

Services Impacted:  Temporary access to Stores will be through either the North exterior door, or East exterior door.  We anticipate having an interior entryway accessible by the end of January.

ContactTim Allenbaugh, Project Manager, 541-346-8214

Klamath Hall Compressed Air and Natural Gas Shutdowns 1/21/20

1)

Date:  Tuesday, January 21st at 5:00 am until 5:30 am

Scope:  Shutdown of compressed air that will impact the full building. The shutdown is to isolate the phase two renovation area.

Services Impacted:  Compressed air will not be working.

Extra Notes:  Temporary air compressors can be provided and connected as needed.

 

2)

Date:  Tuesday, January 21, 2020 5:00 am to 10:00 am

Scope:  The natural gas shutdown is to isolate renovation areas on both levels two and three.

Services Impacted:  Natural gas will be off throughout the entire building.

 

ContactDenise Stewart, 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

 

Onyx Bridge Water Shutdown 1/21/2020

Begin:  Tuesday, January 21st, 2020 at 7:00 am

End:      Tuesday, January 21st, 2020 at 3:00 pm

Building Impacted:  Onyx Bridge

Scope:  Repair is needed on domestic cold water line located in rooms 371/372 (see corroded pipe image below).

Services Impacted:  Building wide water shutdown affecting hot and cold water in restrooms, drinking fountains, autoclave steam, fume hoods, industrial hot and cold water.

Extra Notes:  RO/DI water will not be affected.

Contact:   Work Control Center  346-2319

Chilled Water & Cooling Shutdown Impacting All of Huestis, Willamette, Klamath Hall, Onyx Bridge and Streisinger Hall 1/13 – 2/12

Update 2/5/20 from Denise Stewart – In order to insulate the piping so it will not sweat/condense when the chilled water is turned back on, this shutdown has been extended. The work is expected to be completed on Wednesday, February 12th.

Update 1/13/20 8:20 pm: From Jim Cody, Associate Director of Facilities Services:

Chilled water will be off to Klamath, Onyx Bridge, Streisinger, Huestis, and Willamette, including all processed cooling water loops until approximately noon on Tuesday, January 14th. Contractors are working overnight to install a bypass to allow most buildings to receive chilled water. Klamath and Onyx Bridge will continue to be without chilled water until the February 7th date identified in the initial shutdown.

For any questions or concerns, please contact Denise Stewart at 541-335-1258.

Update 1/13/20: In order to accommodate this chilled water shutdown request, both Huestis Hall and Willamette Hall will also be without chilled water for the duration.

 

Begin:  January 13, 2020

End:  February 7 12, 2020

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted: All of Huestis, Willamette, Klamath Hall, Onyx Bridge and Streisinger Hall

Services Impacted:  Chilled Water and Cooling

ContactDenise Stewart 541-335-1258

Scope:  As part of the 3rd-floor renovation, we need an extended chilled water shutdown to replace piping in the basement of Klamath Hall. We have selected January 13 through February 7 12 to perform the work and the shutdown during a period the outside air temperatures are cool, and the demand for cooling of spaces is least likely.

Special Instructions:

If you find that a cooling source is needed, please contact the Owners Rep (Denise Stewart) who can provide temporary measures. The Owners Rep is currently planning to provide supplemental cooling to the Human Anatomy Lab, Klamath B53.

The below plan shows the area of work in the Klamath basement outside of mechanical spaces.

Cleaning Drains & Catch Basins 1/11/20-1/12/20

Begin: Saturday, January 11th, 2020 at 8:00 am

End: Sunday, January 12th, 2020 at 5:00 pm

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted: Streets campus-wide

Scope: A large vactor truck will be on University streets as the contractor cleans drains and catch basins. A hose will be placed temporarily on sidewalks for short periods of time throughout the process.

Extra Notes: All of the work will occur outside and will be performed by Mid-State Industrial Service, Inc.

Contact: For questions or concerns, please contact Kevin Farthing at 541-346-2857 or kfarthin@uoregon.edu.

Streisinger Hall HVAC Maintenance 1/6/20-1/10/20

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.

New Date! Building 130 – Water Shutdown Now 1/14

Sent: Friday, January 10, 2020 3:29 PM

Update – The contractor had more issues than anticipated with the shutdown this week. They were not able to fully close the valve to do the necessary work. We have now identified the problem and are going to perform the work on Tuesday, 1/14, from roughly 7 am to 2 pm.

Bathrooms will be available to use in the Admin Quonset or the Central Power Station during the shutdown.

Thank you for your patience,

Contact:  Tim Allenbaugh 541-346-8214

Sent: Thursday, January 2, 2020 10:45 AM

Sent: Monday, December 30, 2019 2:05 PM

BeginThursday Wednesday, January 2 at 7 am Wednesday, January 8 Tuesday, January 14th at 7 am

EndThursday Wednesday, January 2 at 11 am  Wednesday, January 8 Tuesday, January 14th at 2 pm

Scope: Capping an auxiliary water service line to the building.

Buildings Impacted:  Physical Plant Warehouse & Shop Building 130

Services Impacted:   Brief loss of pressure while contractors figure out which valve to shutoff before capping.  Water services will be shut down from 7 am – 2 pm impacting restrooms and sinks building wide.

Work Performed By:  Preferred Construction

Contact:  Tim Allenbaugh 541-346-8214

Update Regarding Revised Building Access Request Process

Revised Building Access Request Process Notification

UPDATE

As a result of further consideration informed by feedback received from the campus community, Campus Planning & Facilities Management (CPFM) will initiate the initial phase of a revised key distribution process to streamline processes and improve building security and access. Follow up phases and modifications to the process will result from the work of a Building Access Advisory Committee to be formed over the next year.

Beginning 1/2/2020, this initial phase will transition away from the previous refundable key deposit system to a no-fee based system for initial, non-consignment key requests.  Non-refundable fees will only be charged to requesting Departments for consignment (department managed loaner/check out keys) and lost/replacement key requests.  Departments are accountable for all keys issued on behalf of the Department and will continue to be responsible for all costs associated with Departmental re-keying requests as well as re-keying activities resulting from lost, stolen or misplaced keys operating doors opened by individual, sub-master, and building master keys.

Individual key holders and Departments who received keys on or before 1/2/2020 and paid a deposit will receive refunds upon request during a time frame to be determined and communicated in the next few weeks.

University keys are the property of the University of Oregon, and therefore it is imperative key management records are accurate to ensure all keys are accounted for. The Key and Access office will continue to track all issued keys by individual user via the access request form (https://emu.uoregon.edu/key-and-access-office).  Departments are allowed to take the key from a leaving/transferring employee and assign it to another employee without returning it to the Key and Access office by processing the same access request form as an initial access request. In all cases, the final key holder will be required to sign the Key Issuance form officially transferring the possession of the key from the previous to current key holder.

Fee Structure:

Key Description Fee
Replacement Building Exterior/ Individual Room Door Key $10
Departmental Consignment Keys $10
Replacement Department Master Key (building sub-master key) $40
Replacement Building Master Keys (requires CPFM Facilities approval) $80

 

Other Access Fees Add/Delete/Updates
Individual Key-pad Programming

(Modifications to Locknetic and Omni locks)

$65/hour

(Time & Material Charge)

To request building access, visit the Key and Access website at https://emu.uoregon.edu/key-and-access-office and select the appropriate form along the right side of the page.

Key distribution and access control is managed by CPFM Facilities Services as part of the EMU ID Card Services Key and Access Office.

 

Pacific Hall Noise Advisory 1/6/20

Begin:  Monday, January 6, 2020 at 1:00 pm

End:    Monday, January 6, 2020 at 4:00 pm

Building or Area Impacted:  Pacific Hall

Scope:   Facilities, in coordination with Design & Construction, will be conducting a structural survey which requires drilling in Pacific 204.

Services Impacted:  Users in the vicinity and possibly other floors might hear short bursts of intermittent drilling.  No utility/HVAC disruptions or shutoffs are expected for this work.

ContactTheo Davis, Project Manager, 541-346-1012

 

 

 

Science Buildings Access Adjustment 12/26/19 – 1/6/20

UPDATE:

Due to the proximity of Allen Hall to the Science Complex, Allen Hall is also locked and is only accessible using your UO ID card.

UPDATE:

Due to the building access restrictions in the Science Complex, deliveries may be impacted. If possible, units expecting deliveries are asked to work directly with the vendor to arrange to meet the delivery. If that is not possible, Printing & Mailing Services has contacted FedEx and UPS and let them know that if they can’t access the delivery location, then packages can be delivered to the Baker Building. Printing & Mailing will then email the recipient department. Packages can then be delivered with normal campus mail or the department can go and pick up the package directly at the Baker Building. We appreciate everyone’s flexibility through this temporary access restriction.

Begin:  Thursday, December 26th, 2019 – effective immediately

End:      Monday, January 6th, 2020 at 7:00 am

Buildings Impacted:  Science Buildings – Lawrence, Allen, Pacific, Columbia, Cascade, Cascade Annex, Onyx Bridge, Volcanology, Price Science Commons (PSC), Klamath, Willamette, Streisinger, Huestis, Lokey Labs (CAMCOR), Lewis Integrative Science Building (LISB), and Deschutes.

Scope:  Buildings will be locked 24/7 due to recent security concerns.

Services Impacted:  Buildings will only be accessible using your UO ID card.

Extra Notes:  PSC will have a sign/phone number posted in the entryway directing public users to call for access.

ContactWork Control Center  346-2319

 

 

Onyx East Elevator Closure 12/24 – 12/26 & 12/31 – 1/2

Building Occupants,

To ensure building security over the holiday, the Onyx east elevator will be closed on the following dates/times:

 

  • 12/24 11:00 AM through 12/26 7:00 AM
  • 12/31 at 5:00 PM through 1/2  7:00 AM

The Onyx west elevator and the Willamette Hall elevators are not impacted by this closure.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

MAP OF ALTERNATE ROUTES

Klamath Hall Water Intrusion 11/21/19

A water intrusion in Klamath Hall was caused by a safety shower in the third-floor restroom that was activated and left on. The event that led to the shower being turned on is under investigation at this time. Damages include impacts to wall and ceiling finishes in the areas indicated on the diagram below. EHS will prepare a more detailed inventory through the course of today. There also appears to be impacts to office equipment and lab equipment as a result of this event. 

Individual departments are responsible for inventorying damaged non-building related items, such as computers, office furnishings, lab equipment, etc. The Office of Risk Management within Safety & Risk Services is available to provide guidance, inventory forms, and other information on the insurance process associated with these claims. This information can be found at https://safety.uoregon.edu/property-claims. Please contact Risk Management if you have any questions about this process. Their contact information is indicated on the website link above. 

Occupants can expect obstructions in the hallways, related to the containment set up, in order to remove impacted rubber cove base and sheetrock.  These installations may be up as long as a week.

Please direct all other questions to CPFM Work Control at 541-346-2319.

 

JSMA Crane Work 1/27/20 – 1/29/20

Begin:   Monday, January 27, 2020 at 7:00 am

End:      Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 5:00 pm

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art’s north courtyard

Scope:  Installation of large scale sculpture

Services Impacted:  Crane activity will affect access to the loading dock, sidewalk, and parking area

ContactMiranda Callander 346-0970

 

LISB and Lokey Labs Process Cooling Water Shutdown 12/23/19

Begin:  Monday, December 23rd, 2019 at 6:00 am

End:     Monday, December 23rd, 2019 at 9:00 am

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  LISB and Lokey Labs

Scope:  Need to modify the piping of the Process Cooling Water (PCW) system in the Willamette basement to benefit two renovation projects.

Services Impacted:  The Process Cooling Water will be offline to the Lokey Labs and Lewis Integrative Science Building (LISB) for the three hour duration. This will also impact CT rooms on the 3rd floor of LISB.

Special Instructions:  Please shutdown critical equipment connected to the system prior to 12/23 at 6:00 am.

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

 

Willamette and Klamath Basements Process Cooling Water Shutdown 12/23/19

Begin:  Monday, December 23rd, 2019 at 6:00 am

End:     Monday, December 23rd, 2019 at 3:00 pm

Building(s) or Area(s) Impacted:  Willamette Hall Basement and Klamath Hall Basement

Scope:  Renovation work in the basement requires connecting to the Process Cooling Water (PCW) system.

Services Impacted:  The Process Cooling Water will be offline in both basements.

Special Instructions:  Please shutdown critical equipment connected to the system prior to 12/23/19 at 6:00 am.

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