Starting July 19, 2012
Closure of the E courtyard is expected to take place Thursday, July 19. This closure was initially planned for mid-June but was delayed for several reasons. The courtyard will be closed for approximately 6 months. Alternate access card entrances from the south side of the building are on the:
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Project Manager, Everett Spring, 206-221-4325, firstname.lastname@example.org..
Starting October 3, 2012
The renovation work on the 3rd floor of the F-wing will start this week and culminate with demolition work in the hallway early Saturday AM. The N & S hallways will be closed and detours around the area will be indicated with signage. All public areas in the building will be accessible. The corridor will be open to the public when the contractor is not working.
Starting Thursday March 21, 2013
Starting Thursday, 3/21 through Friday, 4/19, we are going to be re-balancing the K-wing (the same thing we did a few months ago!) and mechanics will be wandering the halls with equipment. During the next four weeks you will see daily activity.
For questions please contact: Sandy McCrae, email@example.com, or 206/685-2568.
Starting March 14, 2013
As part of the MHSC roof replacement project currently in design the consultant team will be performing site investigation in the labs and offices noted below on Thursday, March 14th:
The investigation will involve briefly accessing the ceiling space in these areas to evaluate the conditions of existing roof drain locations. Please contact this office with any questions.
Health Sciences Facilities Maintenance and Construction
The users of N151 and N161 noticed various floor tiles popping a couple years ago. After further research it was determined that here is a moisture intrusion project specifically related to these two rooms. Facilities Services hired an outside consultant to recommend a solution. The solution is the remove all walls, flooring, casework, etc., touching the footprint of the rooms so that the concrete floor can be prepared for the application of a moisture mitigation system.
The demo work will be done in 2 parts:
Phase 1 Demo
See sketches where work is to be completed. A2.1b1-n is a shot of the north end of the basement. You will note that grid line 3 is the north most wall of the building. Box with red hash marks denotes the area of project above the comp med area that may be impacted by the project above. A2.1 is a shot of the north end of the 1st floor and the location of the project. Grid line 3 is highlighted to show you the foundation wall below.
Starting April 3, 2013
This is to let everyone know that we are about to start pulling cable in C/D/E – 3rd floor.
For questions or concerns, please contact:
206 445 8292
Construction at the University of Washington light rail station next to Husky Stadium is underway.