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Date Affected Buildings Notification

Effective July 1

All buildings with HVAC sytems

The cooling setpoint for the university’s HVAC systems is transitioning from 74 F to 76 F. This adjustment accomplishes several needs. It will allow our HVAC system to recover from temperature fluctuations between rooms. It preserves the cooling capacity for our Thermal Energy Storage (TES) tanks, which store 2 million gallons of water cooled overnight, during the summer months' extreme temperatures. And it is part of SDSU’s efforts to shift further toward sustainability goals by reducing the impact on the environment. Thermal comfort may be affected during this transition, especially on warmer days.

Effective February 5 EIS

RedID required after hours at Northwest stairwell.  Additional access controls and cameras were added to all floors of the northwest stairwell to discourage overnight access to the stairwells.  All floors from the lower level to the 3rdfloor now have card readers installed on both sides of the doors and an audible door sounder was installed on the stairwell side of the doorway. New card readers and audible door sounders were added to require successful SDSU RedID card reads to disable the high decibel door sounders during after-hours. These changes only apply to gain entrance to the stairwell after-hours. The ability to exit the stairwell will not be impacted. In addition, cameras have been added to the top floors of the stairwell to monitor access to the roof.    

The new audible alarms will be active during the building after-hours schedule which will vary from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m. Occupants will need to be aware of the time and the status of the LED light on the card readers when accessing the stairwells after 5:00 p.m.  If the card readers LED light is green, no card read is required.  If the card reader LED light is red, then a successful SDSU RedID card read will be required to disable the audible alarm.  There are temporary signs posted on the doors as reminders for the occupants.  Permanent signage is being coordinated to be added to the doors.  When activated, the audible alarms will sound for a period of time and University Police will be dispatched to the building to investigate. All SDSU RedID holders who had access to the impacted areas have had their permissions updated to include these new locations.

March 1 & March 6 Love Library Addition

Electrical metering is required for an upcoming project in LLA on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors. This will require two panels to be secured for approximately an hour to install monitoring gear. The gear will be in place for up to 5 days and then will be removed with a similar shut down. The electrical monitoring is required to determine the current electrical load on two separate panels that are feeding multiple floors at LLA. This metering will confirm how the new electrical panels will be fed. Many locations will have power and lighting impacted while the meters are installed. It is recommended to secure any computers or equipment that is sensitive to loss of power the night before the shutdown is to take place. A similar procedure will take place for the removal of the equipment after the initial shutdown.

March 8 Adams Humanities

The electrical system throughout the building will be shut off in order to remove meters on the existing electrical gear to support a future project that will be replacing a portion of the electrical equipment. During the power outage, the access control system may not be operational, which means that occupants will be able to exit the building but may not be able to re-enter the building via the access control system until power is restored. 

The electrical and mechanical systems will not be operational, but the access controls will remain operational through battery power. This interruption will take place between 7:30 PM and 9:30 PM.

March 8 Music

The electrical system throughout the building will be shut off in order to remove meters on the existing electrical gear to support a future project that will be replacing a portion of the electrical equipment. During the power outage, the access control system may not be operational, which means that occupants will be able to exit the building but may not be able to re-enter the building via the access control system until power is restored.

The electrical and mechanical systems will not be operational, but the access controls will remain operational through battery power. This interruption will take place between 10:30 PM and 11:45 PM.

April 4 North Life Science
Electrical interruptions will be performed at the North Life Science Building to replace the Automatic Transfer Switch that has failed. In order to conduct the replacement and keep the building electrical infrastructure available as much as possible, there will be a series of shorter interruptions:
  • Interruption 1- 5:00 am - 6:15 am, duration of 1 hour and 15 minutes
  • Interruption 2 - TBD no earlier than 1:00 pm (expected duration of 1 hour and 15 minutes)
  • Interruption 3 - TBD Functional test of ATS, duration of 7-12 seconds. No later than 3:00 pm 
A time certain notification for the two afternoon interruptions will be sent to NLS principals at 12:00 pm, as the pace of the replacement work will determine the precise times for those interruptions.

 

 

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