It is clear that we build new buildings on campus, but did you also know that our different Facilities groups were busy this past summer restoring a stream, changing an athletic field to artificial turf and renovating Firestone Library while it remains open? These projects are just a few featured in a Princeton News article that showcases Facilities work in and around campus.
Archive – September 2012
A high pressure steam line shutdown is currently in effect. This is an unplanned outage that requires immediate attention. Our Facilities Engineering crew are working at the site, however, this shutdown will last at least 12 hours and could last as long as 48 hours. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause. The following buildings are, or may be, without hot water (Showers, Laundry) or steam to run dryers: Jadwin Physics Fine Hall Lewis Thomas Lewis Library
Building Information Modeling or "BIM" is a process used by architects and engineers to design and document buildings in three dimensions and depict each building component with better tolerances than traditional methods. Princeton’s adoption of BIM has streamlined the construction process and provided new ways to think about how we manage buildings.
UPDATED (12/10/12) : Please be advised that due to unforeseen construction delays the partial road closure on Ivy Lane is extended into 2013. All previous access routes to parking lots will remain the same. A portion of Ivy Lane from Roper Lane to parking lots 14 and 26 will be closed while Facilities Engineering completes a steam line maintenance project. There will be no through traffic on Ivy Lane from Washington Road to Western Way during construction. However, all Univers