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Facility Manager Meeting
The semi-annual Facility Manager meeting will be held Monday, April 16th at 10 a.m. in Charney Hall. The meeting will cover construction updates and facility manger provided topics.
Construction ImpactsThroughout the 2018 calendar year the Campus will be impacted by several major construction efforts. To better prepare the campus community for these changes a presentation was held at the end of October. This presentation covered information such as food service, transportation and facility impacts. The slides from this presentation can be viewed (Summer 2018 Construction Impacts) and we highly encourage reviewing them and passing them along to others.
Finn Hall Ground Breaking
Finn Residence Hall will be built on the south end of campus adjacent to Sobrato Hall. This residence will house a new generation of Bronco students opening for the 2019-2020 academic year. This facility will have mini-suite style rooms for the students and 1-2 bedroom apartments for the staff members. Neighborhood amenities such as kitchens, living rooms and study spaces will be on each floor as well as a large multi-purpose room and recreational space to round out this student influenced design.
Facilities Visitor Parking Change
All visitors are required to check into the Facilities building in order to obtain a daily parking pass. Visitors must park in spaces marked as Visitor or 1-Hour Contractor. If all parking spaces of these two types are filled, a visitor can park in the spots labeled "C", as long as they have a visitors pass displayed. Parking passes are good for the day it is given. If a visitor wishes to park in the lot for several days, a pass must be acquired for each day they plan on parking.
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Charney Hall - Everyone has been moved into the new building. HVAC work is continuing while classes and events are fully functional. With a few hanging list items, the building punch list is essentially complete.
Finn Residence Hall - Water proofing work of the area begins tomorrow. There are two large concrete slab pours tentatively scheduled for April 2nd and 5th. Trucks will be consistently moving up and down The Alameda, it is advised that cars take different routes if driving around the campus as there will be traffic delays. Rebar delivery is scheduled for next week.