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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.

Loud Noises May be Heard from Central Plant

Throughout Thursday and Friday (Aug. 7-8), Victory Energy will be running and testing the new boiler located in the Central Plant.

Cullen Road Work to Impact Intersection this Weekend

Part of the intersection of Cullen Boulevard at Cougar Place Drive will be closed this weekend to vehicular traffic.

Miller Named Interim Executive Director

Katherine Miller has been chosen as the interim executive director for Facilities Planning and Construction

New Payment Method Coming To Facilities Service Center

Starting Monday, Aug. 4, University of Houston customers have another option available to them when paying for such items as keys and event set-up expenses.

East Garage Impacted by Fiberglass Panel Replacement

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.

Help Beautify Our Campus, Volunteer for Cleanup Day

In preparation for the fall semester, the Office of Sustainability is working closely with Facilities Management to coordinate this year’s Cleanup Day.

Chinese Delegation Tours Central Plant

Engineers and city officials from Beijing were on campus July 3 to tour the Central Plant and learn about several campus sustainability initiatives.

UH Representatives Present at Gulf Coast Green

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.

Want to Report a Facilities Issue? It Is Quick and Easy to Do

Air-conditioning not working in your building? Did you spot water leaking from the ceiling? Have ants infested a classroom?

LED Lights at Fresh Food Company to Lower Energy Usage, Costs

New lighting inside the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers is expected to save money on energy, reduce air-conditioning usage and last longer.

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