Electric will be shutdown in Clio Hall on July 31 from 6 a.m. until 8 a.m.. Power will be turned off to complete the electric tie-in to Whig Hall. We appreciate your patience during this disruption.
Archive – July 2009
There will be no hot water in Murray Dodge Theater and Clio Hall on Thursday, July 30 from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 pm. Hot water will be shutdown while system tie-ins to Whig Hall are performed. We appreciate your patience during this disruption.
On Tuesday, July 28 and Wednesday, July 29, 2009, a portion of Elm Drive from the upper MacMillan Driveway to Baker Lane will be closed from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. to install an electric line under Elm Drive. All traffic travelling up campus will be detoured around the parking garage and across Baker Lane. We appreciate your patience during this disruptive period.
Driveway apron repair will take place at various eating club locations along Prospect Ave.including numbers 13, 21, 48, and 61 beginning Monday July 27 and ending Wednesday, August 5 . We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please direct questions to the Facilities Service Center at (609) 258-8000.
On Thursday, July 23, 2009, Chapel Drive will be closed from 9:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. to install a fire line as part of the Whig Hall renovation project. All traffic that needs to access Chapel Drive will be directed to the entrance between Scheide Caldwell and Firestone Library.
The grounds department is beginning a campus wide initiative to trim or remove vines growing up the sides of the exterior of campus buildings. The work will take place over several months and is expected to be completed by October 1.
Princeton's fire alarm systems are tested on a regular basis. For obvious reasons, summertime is a convenient time to do this. People may hear or see alarms on campus as they are tested. Annual fire alarm testing with audible alarms will take place in the following buildings from 9AM - 5PM during the week of 8/10 - 8/14. Scully Bloomberg We expect to conclude this year's testing program by the end of this week. Some of the systems being tested are large and will require multip
Some time ago, there was a power outage affecting the southern end of the Princeton campus. No one noticed. The Princeton Co-Generation Plant, with its state-of-the-art control center, detected the outage and in 600 milliseconds increased its output, generating the electricity needed to keep the lights on.