From April 4 to 22, City Care will be working on the cycle way running along the side of University Drive, this will result in some partial road closures of University Drive from 7pm until 6am daily to allow the work to be undertaken.
To ensure your safety, and that of others, please follow any signage or instructions in place at any time.
The cafe in Dovdeale Village – DD01 closes its doors this weekend in preparation for clearing of the villages.
The same team will continue to trade in UCMix on the ground floor of the Business and Law building on the Ilam campus.
Those in need of coffee on the Dovedale campus can still get a great cup at the UCSA cafe – The Collective.
As a consequence of needing to connect the Foundry building power supply to a new substation, this building will be without power for most of the day.
Outage Period – Monday 19th March, from 8am – 4.30pm
The building affected with a total power and data outage is:
- The Foundry – including Bentley’s
Staff are advised that for the affected buildings with a power outage there will be NO ACCESS as the buildings will be locked down for the period of the outage.
It is recommended that building occupants turn off their computers and area printers last thing before leaving work on the afternoon before the outage.
Please forward this advice to any affected staff and student building users as appropriate.
Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
Group Manager Engineering
Int ext – 95498
Ph – (03)3695498
Mob – 0274364161
Due to upcoming hard demolition works on the old von Haast building, C-Block Lecture Theatres will be closed from Friday 30 March to Sunday 22 April, a period which includes both Easter and the mid-semester break.
As such, no bookings for any space within this block will be accepted during this period.
As previously advised, hard demolition will commence during the first week of March and continue through until the end of April.
For more information
Hard demolition of the old Von Haast building will commence the first week of March and continue through to the end of April. It is expected that noise will peak in mid-March and mid-April with the removal of the foundation slabs and the back filling of these spaces.
A protective walkway is being built between the demolition site, the School of Biological Sciences and the Central Lecture Theatres. Please note that during this demolition phase the pathways around the demolition may change due to temporary closures and/or spotters may be put in place. Please obey any signage or instructions given by the spotters. These are in place to keep everyone safe.
If you are having any issues working due to noise levels, please consult the Health and Safety options for managing Noise at Work and/or talk to your line manager about possible alternative options.
Any concerns should be addressed to the Project Managers Mark Homewood or Mary Watson.