Impact on Thompson Music Building, Visual Arts Studio from Substation Project June 11-15

| June 8, 2015

Attention: Users of the Thompson Music Building, the Visual Arts Studio and Lot K, please note the impact of upcoming work from Phase 2 of the Electrical Customer Substation project:

Visual Arts Studio

On Friday, June, 12, 2015, starting at 7 a.m. and lasting until 4 p.m., the contractor will be replacing the outdated electrical panels in the Visual Arts Studio (VAS) and rerouting the gas pipes in the building for the new electrical feed to the building. The building will not be accessible to faculty, staff, or students during the power outage.

To prepare for this work, occupants of the VAS need to turn off their computers, and any other electronic equipment and copy machines, etc. on Thursday, June 11, before leaving work. Also, please remove food and other perishable items from refrigerators and take precaution with small office refrigerators as they will defrost.

Thompson Music Building, Lot K

On Monday, June 15, 2015, starting at 5:30 p.m. and lasting until 9 p.m., the contractor will be replacing the outdated electrical panels on the 1st and 2nd floors of the Thompson Music Building. The building will not be accessible to faculty, staff, and students during the power outage, and Parking Lot K will be blocked off and not accessible for parking.

To prepare for this work, occupants of the Thompson Music Building need to turn off their computers, and any other electronic equipment and copy machines, etc. on Monday, June 15, before leaving work. Also, please remove food and other perishable items from refrigerators and take precaution with small office refrigerators as they will defrost.

The Department of Facilities Planning and Management will keep the local Webster Community informed as the Electrical Customer Substation work progresses. If you have any questions, please contact Jim Ward, project manager, at 314-246-7481 or via –mail at wardji@webster.edu.

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