Beginning Tuesday, July 22, and continuing through Aug. 10, there will be partial closures to the East Parking Garage student and visitor entrances/exits due to the replacement of exterior fiberglass panels.
In preparation for the fall semester, the Office of Sustainability is working closely with Facilities Management to coordinate this year’s Cleanup Day.
Engineers and city officials from Beijing were on campus July 3 to tour the Central Plant and learn about several campus sustainability initiatives.
A known trailblazer in the world of sustainability, the University of Houston was well represented at the ninth annual American Institute of Architect's Gulf Coast Green Symposium and Expo.
Air-conditioning not working in your building? Did you spot water leaking from the ceiling? Have ants infested a classroom?
New lighting inside the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers is expected to save money on energy, reduce air-conditioning usage and last longer.
Facilities Planning and Construction now has five staff members who have LEED accreditation.
As the University of Houston gets set to welcome the Alley Theatre to campus, new wayfinding signage is being installed in the arts district to help visitors find their way around.
A pilot donation program organized by Facilities Management and Student Housing and Residential Life was so successful at the end of the spring semester that the collaboration is expected to continue.
The loud noise coming from the Central Plant is expected to continue intermittently over the next few days.
Replacement of the underground water line and fire lane on University Drive is now complete. The final tie-in to the west side of University Drive is underway for the University Center Transformation Project.
Major infrastructure upgrades, attention to student safety and academic security, and a focus on the legacy buildings on campus highlight the University of Houston’s first capital improvement plan.
Effective Tuesday, May 27, the updated Facilities Work Order System will be rolled out to the entire campus.
Construction-related activity for the Hilton College Patio Replacement Project is causing a temporary closure of the sidewalk that runs along the west side of the Hilton College adjacent to Lynn Eusan Park.