Department of Facilities Management

Facilities Management

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Status of Campus Elevators
Posted March 26, 2015

The print shop freight elevator is currently out of service.

Notification of Welch Hall 100 Level Men's Washroom Closure - Friday March 20, 2015
Posted March 19, 2015
Please be advised that on Friday March 20th, 2015, the men’s washroom on the 100 level of Welch Hall will be closed to allow for installation of new urinals. Work is to begin at approximately 6:00 am and will continue until approximately 4:00 pm. Alternate accessible washrooms can be found on the basement level of Welch Hall by the David S. Howes Theatre or on the 200 level of Scotia Bank Hall by the elevator.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca or Dave McArthur, Associate Director, Maintenance & Utilities Services at x3278 or dmcarthur@brocku.ca

Back in Service - Elevator #3 Schmon Tower - Thursday March 19, 2015
Posted March 19, 2015
Please be advised that Elevator #3 servicing the Schmon Tower library is back in service and fully operational at this time.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca or Dave McArthur, Associate Director, Maintenance & Utilities Services at x3278 or dmcarthur@brocku.ca

Unplanned Disruption of Service - Elevator #3 Schmon Tower - Thursday March 19, 2015
Posted March 19, 2015
Please be advised that Elevator #3 servicing the Schmon Tower library is currently out of service. Elevator #4 is available as an alternate.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca or Dave McArthur, Associate Director, Maintenance & Utilities Services at x3278 or dmcarthur@brocku.ca

Back in Service – Cairns’ Complex Loading Dock Elevator – March 18, 2015
Posted March 18, 2015
Please be advised that the Cairns’ loading dock elevator is back in service and fully operational at this time.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca or Dave McArthur, Associate Director, Maintenance and Utilities at x3278 or dmcarthur@brocku.ca

Unplanned Disruption of Service - Cairns' Complex Loading Dock Elevator - March 18, 2015
Posted March 18, 2015
Please be advised that the Cairns loading dock elevator is temporarily out of service. Cairns east and west passenger elevators are both operational. A service technician has been notified and is en route.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact John Clutterbuck, Facility Supervisor Cairns at x3999 or jclutterbuck@brocku.ca or Dave McArthur, Associate Director, Maintenance & Utilities Services at x3278 or dmcarthur@brocku.ca or Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca

 

Update: Notification of Entrance Closure - Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex
Posted February 26, 2015
Please be advised that contractor work for replacement of the 4 east entrance doors will not completed by the end of February as originally scheduled due to unforeseen problems with the construction of the doors that is hindering replacement. The entrance is currently closed and is anticipated to remain closed until late March. Updates will be sent out as the work progresses. Access to the building, including accessible access, continues to remain available via the north and south entrances of the building. The east end doors will be unavailable for emergency exit until the work is completed. Three emergency exits can be found on the north side of the building, two in stairwell A and one in stairwell B. Click here for map of area.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Scott Walker, Director Campus Planning Design and Construction at x3105 or email swalker@brocku.ca, John Clutterbuck, Facility Supervisor Cairns at x3999 or email jclutterbuck@brocku.ca or Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or email facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca.

**Reminder*** Planned Electrical Shut Down - Group C Planned Buildings - May 8th, 2015
Posted February 19, 2015
To ensure a reliable electrical distribution to the Brock University Main Campus, Facilities Management is planning an electrical shut down for the following buildings: • Welch Hall, • Scotiabank Hall, • South Block, • Walker Complex, • Taro Hall, • Student-Alumni Centre, • Plaza Building, • Lowenberger Residence, • Village Residence, • Kenmore Centre, • Harrison Hall , • Theal House, • D Lot Parking Kiosk This shut down will take place Friday, May 8th, 2015 starting at 10:00 p.m. and will be completed by Saturday, May 9th 2015 at 10:00 a.m. This shut down will allow for repairs and preventative maintenance on our electrical infrastructure in order to feed and sustain power to our growing University. No other areas on campus are scheduled to be impacted during this time. Failure to properly maintain electrical infrastructure could lead to extensive damage and/or fire in a fault condition. Facilities Management is committed to providing a reliable and safe power system for the university and community. The second weekend in May through to 2022 has been chosen to conduct this work when demand and occupancy is at its lowest. On these dates only buildings in the group are scheduled to be impacted. Please see click here for schedule, including future year shutdowns.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or email facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca or Dave Corbett, Manager Electrical Services at x6201or at dcorbett@brocku.ca

Notification of Contractor Work - Mackenzie Chown D Block - Starting Wednesday February 11, 2015
Posted February 11, 2015
As part of the Mackenzie Chown Fire Alarm Replacement Project, contractors will be working throughout the Mackenzie Chown Complex to install a new fire alarm system and decommission/remove the old system. Contractors will be working overnight (Monday through Thursday) from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. starting Wednesday February 11, 2015 on all floor levels of Mackenzie Chown D Block. Work will continue in D block for approximately 8 weeks (until Mid-April 2015). Subsequent notices will advise when work progresses to other blocks within the Complex.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact David Balasiak, Project Manager at x4149 or email dbalasiak@brocku.ca or Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or email facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca

Notification of Contractor Work in Mackenzie Chown - Beginning Monday, January 12, 2015

Posted January 9, 2015
As part of the Mackenzie Chown Fire Alarm Replacement project, please be advised that over the next 9 months, contractors will be working throughout the Mackenzie Chown Complex to install a new fire alarm system and decommission/remove the old system.
Crews will be working overnight (Monday through Thursday) from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. Two crews will be working in A Block and B Block over the next 4 weeks, before progressing into other blocks. A third crew will be working over the next 5 months on fire alarm network equipment terminating in C Block. Subsequent notices will advise when work progresses to other blocks within the Complex.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact David Balasiak, Project Manager at x4149 or email dbalasiak@brocku.ca or Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or email facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca

Unplanned Disruption of Service - Print Shop Freight Elevator

Posted November 27, 2014
Please be advised that the Print Shop freight elevator is out of service until further notice due to a TSSA (Technical Standards & Safety Authority) mandated elevator upgrade. An update will be sent via email as information becomes available.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca or Dave McArthur, Associate Director, Maintenance and Utilities Services at x3278 or dmcarthur@brocku.ca

Information Regarding Cluster Flies - Schmon Tower

Posted October 20, 2014
Every spring and fall the occupants in the Schmon Tower notice an increase of flies. These flies are Cluster flies and they typically live outdoors. In the fall they migrate towards warmth and in the spring they attempt to return to the outdoors. These flies are different than the house fly which consumes trash and debris. They do not carry disease and are not in the building due to poor housekeeping, but are seeking warmth. Their larvae consume earth worms to survive and adults feed on plant material. As such, these flies do not multiply while they are indoors.

Repair work to the exterior caulking and window sealing to help prevent the immigration of the flies has been identified on the University’s Deferred Maintenance list, but the work is not anticipated to start this year. In the meantime, Custodial Services will be cleaning the window sills in the Schmon Tower on a routine basis. Per discussions with Health, Safety & Wellness, fly treatment will not be applied. The cluster flies have a short life span and the solution only shortens their life span by a day. Fly strips are available upon request by contacting Facilities Management Customer Service at facilities.management@brocku.ca

If you have any comments please contact Bryan Cober, Structural Services Manager at x3290 or at bcober@brocku.ca.

2015 Monthly Fire System Testing
Posted October 28, 2014
2015 Monthly Fire System Testing Schedule
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Facilities Management Customer Service at x3717 or email facilitiesmanagement@brocku.ca or Dave Corbett, Manager Electrical Services at x6201or at dcorbett@brocku.ca

Executive Summary of Results of Technical Investigations Brock University East Campus Lands / Woodside Drive
Posted October 4, 2007
The executive summary can be found by clickingHere

Work Request Form
Posted February 1, 2007
Please see the updated and consolidated customer service section by clicking WORK REQUESTS AND SERVICES

 

All elevators are operating normally at this time.