Brock tunnels toured for a cause

A dozen Brock employees took part in a guided tour of the University's service tunnels Friday, Feb. 7 as part of a fundraiser for United Way. The tunnels were built in the late-1960s when the Arthur Schmon Tower was built and primarily house water pipes that bring energy across the University. The tunnels are connected to several buildings and stretch from the main campus down the escarpment to the Central Utilities Building. Participants also toured the main building automation system (BAS) control room, chiller plant and engine control room. In this photo, Drew Cullen, Manager, District Energy, guides employees through the dimly lit tunnels, including Lindsay Grifa, Graduate Administrative Co-ordinator.