Building 7

Building 7

Project Status - Construction Complete

January 12, 2010
PROJECT 448 KEYLESS ACCESS
The contractor, Allied Fire & Security, is currently installing door hardware on Building 7. After work is completed on 7, the next buildings are 6, 16, 19 and Center. Hardware installations on buildings 8, 9, 12, 15, 4, and 13 have been completed to date, though some procedural and hardware/electronic issues remain on these buildings. The remainder of the buildings will be commissioned through winter and spring terms. FMP electricians will be concentrating on the keyless access system over the next several months. Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

PROJECT 449 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT
The deferred maintenance crew is working on installing new PVC insulation covers for Victaulic fittings in tunnel system between buildings 4 and 7. Remaining tunnel work is 15 percent complete. FMP is assessing material and labor needs to complete insulation installation of all mechanical rooms. Contact Angela Fazio, (541) 463-3428.

September 1, 2009
PROJECT 448 KEYLESS ACCESS
Work continues on the keyless access project. The first system to be installed and commissioned will be the proximity card system associated with the Center building north elevator replacement. The proximity card will allow access to the bookstore storage area on the first floor. The elevator should be inspected next week with turnover to the college soon thereafter. The next buildings to be commissioned include buildings 7, 9, 12 and the child care buildings (interior cameras only). Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

August 31, 2009
PROJECT 451 UTILITY SUBMETERING
Completed meter installations this week: water meters for buildings 1, 2, and 5; electrical meters for buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, and 27. Main building isolation valve replacements this week: domestic cold water in buildings 4, 5, and 6. In addition, eight water main valves were replaced. Contact Angela Fazio, (541) 463-3428.

August 10, 2009
UTILITY SHUT DOWN SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 21, 22, AND 23, 2009
Electricity will be shutdown in Building 7 on August 21.

PROJECT 452 ELECTRICAL UPGRADES
LCC deferred maintenance electricians have been replacing up to 43 obsolete and unsafe electrical panels at the main campus. Work will continue to replace 30 additional panels in Buildings 4, 5, 11, and 12 in future weeks through the summer. 65 percent of the backbone conduit and control panel boxes are installed, buildings 9, 24, 12 (except for the paint booth), and 13. Panel upgrades are on hold for now due to class room schedules. Building 7 is complete, Building 4 is 75 percent complete. Buildings 11 and 5 are on order and we may change them out on August 22nd and 23. Departments effected by this work will be notified in advance in accordance with College policy. Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

July 21, 2009
SUSTAINABILITY UPDATE - SOLAR THERMAL PROJECT
A multiple-building solar thermal project is currently in the design phase. This is a unique and innovative project that includes funding from the Health and Wellness Building, Deferred Maintenance, and the Bond. The project involves installing solar thermal panels on the new Health and Wellness Building. These panels will heat water that will be used in the Laundry, the Health and Wellness Building, and Building 5. Since hot water needs and production can vary from day to day and term to term, any excess hot water produced by the panels will feed into the college's central heating system. This renewable energy project will reduce the college's natural gas costs and carbon emissions associated with natural gas use. Contact: Jennifer Hayward, (541) 463-5594.

July 14, 2009
PROJECT 451 UTILITY SUBMETERING
EMK/JKG is on site doing preparation work for installing the meters. The first scheduled shutdown for meter installation is July 17 for buildings 6, 7, and 9. During the shut down there will be no water or gas service to these building for the major part of the day. The laundry facilities will be shut down at a different time and day to avoid any interruptions in services to the campus. Contact Mark Richardson, (541) 463-3426.

PROJECT 452 ELECTRICAL UPGRADES
LCC deferred maintenance electricians have been replacing up to 43 obsolete and unsafe electrical panels at the main campus and completed eight panels in Building 7. Work will continue to replace 30 additional panels in Buildings 4, 5, 11, and 12 through the summer. Departments affected by this work will be notified in advance in accordance with college policy. Twin Rivers Plumbing contractors finished piping work last week in the tunnel system and in building 7 for a renewable energy project. Evergreen Engineering has finished the Campus Electrical Systems one line verification and update, Arc Flash studies, and overcurrent coordination studies and submitted plans and recommendations. Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

July 7, 2009
PROJECT 451 UTILITY SUBMETERING
EMK/JKG is on site working in several locations completing some of the preparation work for installing the meters. All of the water and gas meters are on site. The first scheduled shutdown for meter installation is July 17, 2009. The buildings being affected are 6, 7, and 9. During the shut down, there will be no water or gas service to these buildings with the exception of the laundry facilities. The laundry facilities will be shut down at a different time and day to avoid any interruptions in services to the campus. Contact Mark Richardson at (541) 463-3426.

PROJECT 452 ELECTRICAL UPGRADES
Deferred maintenance electricians have been replacing up to 43 obsolete and unsafe electrical panels at the main campus. Work was completed on all panels (a total of eight) in Building 7 this week. Work will continue to replace 30 additional panels in Buildings 4, 5, 11, and 12 in future weeks through the summer. Departments effected by this work will be notified in advance in accordance with college policy. Contact Dave Smith at (541) 463-3433.

Twin River Plumbing finished piping work last week in the tunnel system and in Building 7 for a renewable energy project. A small leak was discovered in the new piping but was quickly repaired. The piping is being insulated this week. This concludes the first phase of the project. Contact Dave Smith at (541) 463-3433.

June 30, 2009
PROJECT 452 ELECTRICAL UPGRADES

LCC deferred maintenance electricians have been replacing up to 43 obsolete and unsafe electrical panels at the main campus. Work was completed on all panels (a total of eight) in Building 7 this week. Work will continue to replace 30 additional panels in Buildings 4, 5, 11, and 12 in future weeks through the summer. Departments effected by this work will be notified in advance in accordance with College policy. Contact Dave Smith at (541) 463-3433.

Twin River Plumbing finished piping work in the tunnel system and in Building 7 for a renewable energy project.
The piping has successfully passed the Lane County inspection and will be insulated next week. This concludes the first phase of the project. Contact Dave Smith at (541) 463-3433.

June 23, 2009
PROJECT 448 KEYLESS DOOR ACCESS
The Deferred Maintenance Leadership Team met with the access control consultants this week and meetings have been set with academic deans and departmental leadership to review the access controls planned for each building within their organization. Theses meetings will continue for several more weeks until all the campus buildings have been reviewed and requirements established. Installation of junction boxes for exterior doors continues in buildings 7, 9 and 12. Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

PROJECT 452 LAUNDRY UPGRADES
Twin River Plumbing continues to run piping in the tunnel system and in building 7 for a renewable energy project designed to recover heat from the laundry room driers and increase the efficiency of the laundry room boiler systems. Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

June 16, 2009
PROJECT 452 ELECTRICAL UPGRADES

LCC deferred maintenance electricians replaced several breakers in building 7 and in Child Care buildings 24-27 during Saturday work. Panel replacement work will continue in Buildings 7 on subsequent Saturdays. Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

June 12, 2009
ELECTRICAL UPGRADES
Twin River Plumbing continues to run piping in the tunnel system and in building 7 for a renewable energy project designed to recover heat from the laundry room driers and increase the efficiency of the laundry room boiler systems. Contact Dave Smith, (541) 463-3433.

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