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Anderson Center Reception Room/Patio Work Update

The contractor has revised work plans regarding Anderson Center reception room/patio renovations. Patio construction will take place from now through May 15. The work to replace the walkway from lot D and the Parking Structure to the Anderson Center will take place sometime later this year. The door adjacent to B-33 will also remain open. Contact project coordinator Ed Harrison with any questions at eharris@binghamton.edu or 777-5889.

Weed Control Applications Begin April 12

Weed control applications will take place in various locations around campus beginning Saturday, April 12, weather permitting. The applications will generally be done between 5 a.m. and 3 p.m. until complete. Application areas can be seen on this map. Contact grounds manager Don Williams with any questions at dlwillia@binghamton.edu or 777-4638.

Pedestrian Detours University Union April 14-April 18

There will be pedestrian detours near the entrance and east side of the recently renovated portion of the University Union from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Monday, April 14 through Friday, April 18. The detours are needed so pavers can be installed in the area. Contact project coordinator Mo Afify with any questions at mafify@binghamton.edu or 777-2828.

University Union Room 120 Closed April 14 Through April 20

University Union room 120 will be offline from Monday, April 14 through Sunday, April 20 for electrical maintenance work. Contact Monika Furch with any questions at mfurch@binghamton.edu or 777-7070.

Repairs to Water Line Near Science II April 12- April 18

Physical Facilities crews will be making repairs to a water line adjacent to the Science II tower entrance. Heavy equipment will be delivered to the site over the weekend of April 12 and 13. The service drive and parking lot K will be closed over the weekend of April 12 and 13 due to these deliveries. The service drive and parking spaces for disabled will be re-opened Monday, April 14. Other parking in lot K will be very limited throughout the week. Excavation outside the Science II tower entrance will begin Monday, April 14 and the work is likely to last through the week until Friday, April 18. The tower entrance will remain open during the work.

Window Delivery Affects East Drive April 15

A window delivery for the Old Whitney Hall renovation project will affect pedestrian and vehicular traffic along East Drive between Old Whitney and C4 from 7 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, April 15. Traffic will be reduced to one lane while the truck is being unloaded and pedestrians are asked to use walkways on the Newing College side of the road during this time. Contact project coordinator Jennifer Bourassa with any questions at jbourassa@binghamton.edu or 777-5047.

University Union Fire Alarm Shutdown April 16

The fire alarm system in the University Union will be shutdown from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m on Wednesday, April 16. The shutdown is needed to install magnetic hold opens on doors. Contact Mo Afify with any questions at mafify@binghamton.edu or 777-2828.

Work Affects Seating Near MarketPlace International Venue April 18

Work on air volume equipment in the area of the International venue in the MarketPlace will affect seating in that immediate area from 7 a.m. to noon on Friday, April 18. Some seating will not be available during this time. Contact Mo Afify with any questions at mafify@binghamton.edu or 777-2828.

Bartle Library Air Handling Controls Replacement Crane Work April 17 Affects Metered Lot Adjacent to Library

Air handling controls will be replaced April 15 through April 23 affecting a portion of the Bartle Library. A crane arrive Thursday, April 17. The crane will be in the metered parking lot across from paid parking. That metered lot will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 17 while the crane lifts equipment into place.The work also affects the first and second floor areas on the west side of Bartle Library. There will be no air circulation/air conditioning while the equipment is being replaced.

High Temperature Hot Water Shutdown May 19 through May 23

There will be a shutdown of the campus high temperature hot water system from Monday, May 19 through Friday, May 23. The following buildings and services are affected.

  • Academic Complex (A&B)- no heat
  • Administration Building- no heat, no hot water, no air conditioning
  • Anderson Center- no heat or hot water
  • Campus Pre School- no heat
  • Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center (C4)- no heat or hot water
  • Computer Center- no heat
  • Dickinson Community (Digman, Johnson, O'Connor, Rafuse)- no heat, no hot water
  • Engineering Building- no heat, no hot water
  • Events Center- no heat, no hot water
  • Fine Arts- no heat, no hot water
  • Garage- no heat, no hot water
  • Gyms (East and West)- no heat, no hot water
  • Institute for Child Development- no heat
  • Lecture Hall and Student Wing- no heat, no hot water
  • Library- no heat, no hot water
  • Newing Community(Broome, Bingham, Delaware, Endicott) - no heat, no hot water
  • Physical Facilities- no heat, no hot water
  • Science I- no heat, no hot waterScience II- no heat, no hot water
  • Science III & Greenhouse- no heat, no hot water, no cage washer
  • Science IV- no heat, no hot water, no cage washer
  • Science Library and classroom addition- no heat
  • Science V-no steam for cage washer

The shutdown is needed to perform maintenance on the campus high temperature hot water distribution system. Contact Marty Curtis with any questions at mcurtis@binghamton.edu or 777-2335.



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Last Updated: 4/15/14