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If Cold Winter Weather Strikes, Facilities Management if Prepared

When bitter cold temperatures descend on the area, the UH community can rest assured that plenty is being done to keep the campus running smoothly.

Best Guess Earns Lucky Student a Prize at Sustainability Fest

Of the 58 people who submitted their best guess as to how much cardboard Facilities Management had bundled on the back of a truck, Jahaziel Carrera came the closest and earned a $25 gift card.

Cullen Family Plaza Fountain and Reflecting Pool to Undergo Major Repairs

The pool will be drained next week so work can get started to replace pipes and bring the four-decade-old beloved feature of the campus back to proper working condition.

Sidewalks Around Parking Lot 19D Set to Close Soon

Various walkways around the lot, which is located behind Calhoun Lofts, will be inaccessible as construction gets underway for the new Multidisciplinary Research and Engineering Building.

Electrical System Disruptions Planned During Winter Break

Curb Work Planned for Portions of Cullen Boulevard

A barrier curb will be removed at Cullen Place, while the northbound left-turn lane at Entrance 14 is being eliminated.

UH Initiatives Honored at Annual Luncheon

The UH Office of Sustainability and Facilities Management garnered a total of three awards during the recent Mayor’s Proud Partners Luncheon.

Partial Entrance 14 Closure Scheduled for Nov. 15

Partial Entrance 14 Closure Scheduled for Nov. 15

Water Bottle Filling Stations Reach a Milestone

In the 18 months since Facilities Management installed the first station on campus, they have been used more than 1.1 million.

Boiler Testing May Cause Loud Noises on Campus

The loud release of steam at the Central Plant on Oct. 22 and Oct. 23 will not affect steam production to the campus and there is no need for anyone to be alarmed or concerned.

Executive Director of Facilities Management Named

Herman K Taitt Jr. comes to the University of Houston from the Orleans Parish School System in New Orleans, where he lead the school rebuilding effort following Hurricane Katrina.

Construction to Start on Basketball Practice Facility

Work is slated to get started on a new state-of-the-art basketball practice facility on the University of Houston campus.

Kiva Room Latest To Receive Energy Efficient LED Lights

More lights on campus have been switched out to LED lamps, which will save the University of Houston energy and money

Sound Tests at TDECU Stadium Should Have Minimal Impact on Campus

Testing of the sound system at TDECU Stadium will start Friday, Aug. 8, and continue periodically through Aug. 20.

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