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May 26 2017 Sir Llew Edwards Building Power Shutdown May 30 2017 Jun 02 2017
May 26 2017 Mayne Medical School Building Crane Lift Operation May 30 2017 May 30 2017
May 26 2017 University Drive Geotechnical Survey May 26 2017 May 27 2017
May 25 2017 Don Nicklin Building Crane Installation May 29 2017 May 29 2017
May 24 2017 Centre for Advanced Imaging Building Power Shutdown May 27 2017 May 27 2017
May 23 2017 JDStory Building Lift Shutdown May 23 2017 May 26 2017
May 23 2017 Steele Building Temporary Scaffolding May 27 2017 May 29 2017
May 22 2017 RCD and Emergency Light Testing May 29 2017 Jun 30 2017
May 18 2017 Mayne Medical School Lift Refurbishment May 22 2017 Jul 31 2017
May 18 2017 QBI Building Noisy Works May 27 2017 May 27 2017
May 16 2017 CCR Building Solar Installation May 16 2017 Jun 30 2017
May 11 2017 Excavation Works - Oval 1 & CAI area May 11 2017 Jun 02 2017
May 11 2017 Sir William MacGregor Drive Disruptions - Urban Utilities Works May 15 2017 Jun 15 2017
May 11 2017 Sir William McGregor Drive Traffic Disruptions- update May 28 2017 May 28 2017
May 09 2017 Sir Llew Edwards Building Lighting Retrofit May 29 2017 Jun 02 2017
May 08 2017 PACE Solar System Installation May 08 2017 Jun 30 2017
May 03 2017 CAI Power Shutdown May 27 2017 May 27 2017
Apr 13 2017 Jocks Road - Partial Closure Apr 18 2017 May 30 2017
Jan 18 2017 Margaret Cribb Child Care Centre Construction & Keith Street Carpark- update Jan 18 2017 Jul 31 2017
Oct 12 2016 Gatton Campus JK Murray Library Refurbishment Works Oct 19 2016 Oct 01 2017

Go to top of pageSir Llew Edwards Building Power Shutdown

A temporary electricity supply shutdown will take place in the Sir Llew Edwards Building (14) between Tuesday 30th May and Friday 2nd June 2017, from 5:30am and 7:00am.

As part of a program to reduce UQ electricity expenditures, a contractor has been commissioned to retrofit hot water systems accross the Sir Llew Edwards Building (14). The installation and commissioning of related equipment requires the shutdown of electricity supply to the building according to the following schedule:

  • Tuesday 30/05/17 - Levels 1 & 2
  • Wednesday 31/05/17 - Levels 3 & 4
  • Thursday 01/06/17 - Level 5
  • Friday 02/06/17 - Level 6

For further information or to raise any concerns you may have, please contact Carlos Fujita Dimas, UQ Project Manager, on 334 61281 or email c.fujitadimas@uq.edu.au.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageMayne Medical School Building Crane Lift Operation

There will be a crane lift taking place at the Mayne Medical School Building (881) Herston Campus on Tuesday morning, 30th May 2017 from 12.00am to 8.00am.

This is to facilitate the replacement of the lift 131 motor as part of the current refurbishment.

The stairs will be free for use during this time.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Zak Williams, Senior Project Manager Construction on 336 57409 or 0466 655 377 or email z.williams@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageUniversity Drive Geotechnical Survey

There will a geotechnical survey in and around University Drive from Friday 26th May 2017 from 11:00am until 4:00pm and Saturday 27th May 2017 between 9:00am until 3:00pm.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Stephen Ingham, Construction Project Manager on 3346 1280 or email s.ingham@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause you, and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageDon Nicklin Building Crane Installation

A crane is being installed in Room 118 of the Don Nicklin Building (74), on Monday 29th May 2017 from 6:30am - 4:00pm.

The crane is being installed in the experimental area in Room 118, and the works will also affect the corridor area of Room 119.

The contractor will endeavour to keep any disruption to a minimum. Please obey all signage.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Dean Lewcock, Engineering Project Manager (Mechanical) on 3365 8566 or 0432 753 920, or email d.lewcock@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageCentre for Advanced Imaging Building Power Shutdown

There will be a power shutdown to Centre for Advanced Imaging Building CAI (57) on Saturday 27th May from 5.30am to 9.30am

This is to install a new Circuit Breaker in Transformer 41 and replace an isolator in the CAI Main Switchboard.

Please Note: This will affect all non – Essential Light, Power, Communications and Air Conditioning in CAI Building. Essential power will not be affected.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Terence Cronk, Engineering Project Officer, on 0401 148 110 or email t.cronk@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageJDStory Building Lift Shutdown

Lift 42 in the JD Story Building (61 ) will be out of service until the close of business Friday 26th May 2017.

The lift contractor have advised they are waiting on parts to fix load weighing issues.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you, and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageSteele Building Temporary Scaffolding

There will be a temporary scaffold erected on Level 3 (foyer area) beside the lift of the Steele Building (3) from Saturday the 27th May 2017 to Monday 29th May 2017.

This scaffold is required for the installation of a lift access hatch.

Lift users are advised to use caution when entering and exiting the lifts. The stairs near this lift will have limited access during this time.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Glenn Vickery Maintenance Manager Contracts on 0411 024 160 or email g.vickery@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageRCD and Emergency Light Testing

Under the Electrical Safety Act 2002, there is a statutory requirement for RCD trip testing and emergency light testing to be undertaken. This testing will be undertaken by Downer Electrical.

Test 1 – RCD Testing
Loss of power supply to power outlets (RCD testing), to minimise disruption this will occur from 6.00am to 8.00am (barring any failures).

The work will involve loss of power to power points, other equipment (including computer servers) and lighting. The loss of power will be for a short time approx. 10 to 20 minutes. If non-conforming devices are found, the power outage time may increase due to the time required to replace the defective device.

Test 2 – Emergency Stop Button Testing
All emergency stop buttons located in laboratories will also be tested during this time.
This may isolate both power and gases to lab floors.

Please be advised to turn off all computers and other electrical devices during this time.
Failure to do so may result in loss of work or damage to electrical equipment/devices.

Test 3 – Emergency Lighting Testing
Loss of power supply to lighting circuits between 6.00am and 3.00pm

During Exit and Emergency lighting tests disruptions will be kept to a minimum, but in some cases due to the current building design only emergency lighting will be available for the duration of the test (generally 90 minutes).

Please find the schedule for June here.

For any questions or concerns you may have regarding this schedule, please contact the relevant parties below.
Please note; Downer Electrical require a minimum of 48 hours’ notice prior to your scheduled test date for changes to occur.

Downer - Neil De San Miguel, downer@pf.uq.edu.au 07 334 67342 or 0417 577 017
Remote Sites - Peter Greenwood, p.greenwood@pf.uq.edu.au 07 334 65512 or 0429 029 387
Gatton/Toowoomba - Michael Skele, m.skele@pf.uq.edu.au 07 546 01048 or 0402 990 064
St Lucia Campus - Lex Duncan, l.duncan@pf.uq.edu.au 07 336 53219 or 0411 024 149
Long Pocket - Nahendran Subramanian, n.subramaniam@pf.uq.edu.au 07 334 60595 or 0427 706 529
PF Assist - pfassist@pf.uq.edu.au 07 336 52222


Go to top of page Mayne Medical School Lift Refurbishment

There will be no lift access to Mayne Medical School (Building 881) – Herston Campus from Monday 22 May 2017 to Monday 31 July 2017 (to be confirmed). This is to facilitate the refurbishment of Lift 131. The stairs will be free for use during this time.


For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Zak Williams, Senior Project Manager Construction on 336 57409 or 0466 655 377 or email z.williams@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageQBI Building Noisy Works

There will be noisy works to level 7 of the Queensland Brain Institute building (79) on Saturday, 27th May 2017 from 7:30am until 12:00pm.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Rion Senior, Electrical Supervisor, on 334 66305 or email r.senior@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you, and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageCCR Building Solar Installation

A 50kW Solar PV System will be installed on the roof of the CCR Building (0918). This project starts from Tuesday 16th May 2017 and is expected to be commissioned by end of June.

During this project, the contractors will be working on the roof and in the plant room for majority of the time. The project team will endeavour to keep any disruption to its minimum.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Harrison Zhou, Project Officer – Clean Energy, on 3365 2564 or email l.zhou2@uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.



Go to top of page Excavation Works - Oval 1 & CAI area

Excavation works have commenced at the back of Oval 1 and the front of Centre for Advanced Imaging (CAI) building (57) with an expected completion date of Friday 2nd June 2017. This is to facilitate the installation of a new Switchboard located beside the Pathway at Union College and associated conduits and cabling to it. Noise and machinery operation will be kept to a minimum and safety procedures will be in place to ensure the pedestrian traffic will not be affected.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Terence Cronk, Engineering Project Officer on 0401 148 110 or t.cronk@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of page Sir William MacGregor Drive Disruptions - Urban Utilities Works

Queensland Urban Utilities are undertaking important upgrade works to their sewage pump station on UQ St Lucia Campus located on Sir William MacGregor Drive near Playing Field 2 commencing Monday 15 May 2017.

This will include some interruptions to pedestrian, cycling and vehicle traffic along Sir William MacGregor Drive and the John Oxley Walk. QUU’s Contractor AWD Civil will have traffic control in place to manage and minimise these interruptions. The work will include the use of heavy civil engineering and concreting equipment.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Stewart Hobbs – Associate Director, Engineering, Property & Facilities Division on phone: 07 3365 3205 or email s.hobbs@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause you, and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageSir Llew Edwards Building Lighting Retrofit

As part of a program to improve the energy efficiency of UQ, a contractor has been commissioned to retrofit hot water systems across the Sir Llew Edwards Building (14). These works will be conducted during Monday 29 May – Friday 2 June 2017.

During the duration of the works, hot water supply as well as access to shower and toilet facilities in the building may be temporarily restricted.

The UQ Project Manager for this retrofit work is Carlos Fujita-Dimas. For further information or to raise any concerns you may have, please contact Carlos via phone 334-61281 or email c.fujitadimas@uq.edu.au. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience that this might create and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pagePACE Solar System Installation

A 226K Solar PV System will be installed on the roof of the PACE Building (870). This project starts from Monday 8th May 2017 and is expected to be commissioned by end of June.

During this project, the contractors will be working on the roof and in the plant room for majority of the time. The project team will endeavour to keep any disruption to its minimum by trying to schedule disruptive work outside of normal business hours and with advanced notice.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Harrison Zhou, Project Officer – Clean Energy, on 3365 2564 or email l.zhou2@uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageSir William McGregor Drive Traffic Disruptions - update

The Alzheimer’s Australia Memory Walk & Jog 2017 event will be taking place at the Athletics Centre and along the John Oxley River walking track, St Lucia Campus, on Sunday, 28 May 2017 from 8:00am to 11:30am. There will be slight disruptions to traffic along Sir William Macgregor Drive during this event.

Please find the course map here.

Traffic Controllers will be managing traffic flow at the pedestrian crossing in Sir William Macgregor Drive near Blair Drive intersection for the event. There will be no road closures at UQ, however the UQ Community is urged to be aware of the increased pedestrian traffic during these times and to adhere to the 30km speed zone on Campus.

For further information please visit the Event website http://www.memorywalk.com.au/ or contact the Event Manager, Jessica Irons at Alzheimer’s Australia via email Jessica.Irons@alzheimers.org.au for any concerns you may have.



Go to top of page CAI Power Shutdown

There will be a power shutdown to the Centre for Advance Imaging (CAI) building (57) on Saturday 27 May 2017 from 5.30am until 9.30am. This is to install a new circuit breaker in transformer 41 and replace an isolator in the CAI main switchboard. Please note: This will affect all lights, power, communications and air conditioning in the CAI building.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Terence Cronk, Engineering Project Officer on 0401 148 110 or t.cronk@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageJocks Road Partial Closure

There will a Partial Closure of Jocks Road between Zelman Cowen Building (51) and Advanced Engineering Building (49) between Tuesday 18th April 2017 and Tuesday 30th May 2017. This is to facilitate construction of an access ramp into Zelman Cowen Building. Access for pedestrians and vehicles will remain during the construction period.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Stephen Ingham on 3346 1280 or s.ingham@pf.edu.au. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause you, and thank you for your patience during this time.



Go to top of pageMargaret Cribb Child Care Centre Building Construction - Keith Street Carpark disruptions & loss of bays

Update 18/01/17

As the current location of the Margaret Cribb Child Care Centre on Coldridge St is earmarked as a site for development for the University’s Student Housing project, a new expanded 154 x place facility is being constructed on Sir Fred Schonell Drive, which the centre will relocate to. This Child Care Centre project was approved by the University Senate in August 2016. Further information is available here.

The appointed head contractor, Buildcorp P/L, will commence site establishment on Wednesday January 18, 2017. The project is targeted for completion in July 2017. A plan of the proposed construction site set out is here. Construction vehicle access to and from the site will be via Sir Fred Schonell Drive only (left turn in and left turn out only). There will be no construction vehicle movements through the Keith St carpark. Pedestrian access along the northern side of Sir Fred Schonell Drive to & from the Keith St carpark will be maintained.

Construction of this facility will result in a net long term loss of 188 x public parking bays in the Keith St carpark.

For more information or any concerns you may have, please contact Kim Wishart, Senior Construction Project Manager, on 0411 040 341 or email k.wishart@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


Go to top of pageGatton Campus JK Murray Library Refurbishment Works

Tomkins Builders have been appointed to undertake the construction of the JK Murray Library (8102) Refurbishment at the Gatton Campus. Mobilisation is expected to commence approximately Wednesday, 19th October 2016, with construction to start soon after. It is anticipated that works will take approximately 12 months to complete, weather and other conditions permitting.

Works will involve the refurbishment of the existing Library as well as the construction of a new wing to provide enhanced 24/7 spaces for students and library staff. The Library will remain open during construction with shutdowns required at times. Notice will be provided. The contractor will have safety measures in place including signage, traffic control and fencing to stop unauthorised personnel accessing the work site. Please obey all directives and signage to ensure personal safety and that of the contractors.

For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Darlene Lush, Construction Project Manager on 3365 1660 or email d.lush@pf.uq.edu.au. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.


OTHER NEWS...

Go to top of pageBrisbane City Road Closures – William Street (part of) and Queen’s Wharf Road

The world-class integrated resort development, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane, will begin Early Works from January 2017. Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will feature iconic contemporary architecture alongside beautifully restored heritage buildings, 50 new bars and restaurants and provide locals and tourists with the equivalent of 12 football fields of public space to enjoy.

When complete, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will transform Brisbane’s CBD from George St to the Brisbane River, from Queen St to Alice St as well as along the Brisbane River’s edge down to the Goodwill Bridge. Importantly, the nine heritage buildings in the precinct play a key role in the design and will be protected and repurposed as part of the finished development.

To revitalise such a large section of the CBD, a number of changes will be necessary around the development area during construction including traffic management.

From 1 January 2017, Queen’s Wharf Rd and William St, between Elizabeth and Margaret Sts, will close to enable work on the integrated resort development to commence. See traffic map here.

Authorised vehicles including emergency service and construction vehicles will have limited access. Pedestrian access around the site will change from 1 January 2017. See pedestrian map here. Prominent signage and notifications will be in place to advise motorists entering the area.

When Queen’s Wharf Brisbane opens, these roads will form key areas within the precinct to enable the safe movement of pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles through and around the integrated resort development. William St will reopen to traffic with the launch of the integrated resort development, expected in 2022.
Destination Brisbane Consortium is working with government, road and transport operators to communicate the road changes and safely minimise any impacts.

The safety of workers, commuters, pedestrians, motorists, cyclists, locals and visitors will be crucial during the project, which will employ more than 2,000 workers during peak construction, and more than 8,000 once operational, expected in 2022.

Some bus routes and bus stop locations have changed as a result of these road closures. To stay informed about bus changes please visit the TransLink website www.translink.com.au, download the MyTransLink App or call 13 12 30.

For further traffic information visit www.qldtraffic.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40, alternatively contact Destination Brisbane Consortium on 1800 104 535 or email QWBenquiries@destinationbrisbane.com.au.


Go to top of page Parking Changes at UQ in 2017

The University of Queensland has a large and diverse group of people driving to campus every day.
We are constantly reviewing parking arrangements to see if we can do things better and to ensure we get the right balance across all areas. We have been undertaking a number of parking reviews and market analysis to bring you some significant improvements in 2017. More infomation here.


Go to top of page Synthetic Ovals and Sport Hub - officially opened

The precinct was opened at an official ceremony on Thursday 22 September 2016. More information is available from the UQ News article here and the Vimeo video clip (watch it here). The new P10 carpark underneath the Sport Hub is also open - more information here.

UQWorks to start the Synthetic Ovals and Sport Hub Project will commence on Monday 7 September 2015 and are expected to be completed by September 2016. The University of Queensland is set to invest in a new car park and artificial playing fields, located on top of Oval 4 and the softball diamond field. Included in the project will be the refurbished building 33 which will house 2 floors of change rooms and a social space overlooking the playing fields. The project, funded by UQ and UQ Sport, will include 500 new car parks, sports and recreational facilities and a bike parking facilities.UQ

Noisy works periods will be set outside of the exams and graduation times and the current parking in the area will not be affected. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause you, and thank you for your patience during this time. For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Stephen Ingham, Construction Project Manager on 334 61280 or email s.ingham@pf.uq.edu.au.

The UQ News article (02/03/15) can be found here.


Go to top of page New P10 carpark facility - located under the Synthetic Ovals

A new 500 space carpark, located under the new Synthetic Ovals and Sport Hub, is now open. The entrance to the carpark is from Sir William MacGregor Drive. While the carpark is open, the Synthetic Ovals and Sport Hub is still under construction and due for completion in August 2016 - more information on the Synthetic Ovals and Sport Hub project here. carpark now open

The carpark is part of the P10 carpark and is designated as a long-term casual carpark. The cost is $2.50 per hour at the Pay & Display machines that can be found throughout the carpark.

The carpark allows easy access to the campus via the new UQ Lakes Walkway or via the lift at the UQ Centre.

The best access for the Aquatic Centre and the UQ Centre at P10 is via Union Road, although both can also be accessed through the new carpark.

To ensure safe access to the new carpark for both motorists and cyclists, 76 carparks on Sir William MacGregor Drive between the roundabout at the Rowing Club and Blair Rd on the campus side will be removed. This will allow more space for cars and cyclists currently sharing the road.

More information about the new carpark can be found at UQ News.


Go to top of page GoGet Car Sharing Scheme launched at UQ St Lucia Campus

Fleet Services have partnered with Australia’s largest car sharing scheme, GoGet, to make vehicles available to staff and students as an adjunct to the pool of vehicles available for hire. It is hoped that this initiative proves to be an innovative and convenient service which reduces vehicle numbers and eases parking congestion on campus. More information is available here.


Go to top of page Bicycles at UQ - Dormant bicycles to be removed

The number of people cycling to and from UQ campuses is increasing, which is fantastic news. It does mean however, that there is increased pressure placed on our cycling facilities. To ensure as much available space as possible for UQ cyclists to park, P&F will be begin removing bicycles left dormant for a period of more than two weeks. Bike boxes and bike racks are installed to provide a safe and convenient parking space for cyclists whilst on campus only.

Information about cycling at UQ can be found here. Queries in relation to lost or stolen bikes should be directed to P&F Assist at pfassist@pf.uq.edu.au. More information about claiming lost property is available here.


Go to top of page 24/7 Parcel Lockers now at UQ

You may have noticed the large red parcel lockers located outside the Australia Post Office at JD Story Building (#61). For your convenience, you can now have your parcels sent to these 24/7 Parcel Lockers. It’s free to sign up and easy to use - simply:

  1. lockers Sign up for your free account and receive a MyPost card.
  2. Have your deliveries sent to the UQ 24/7 Parcel Locker.
  3. Use SMS, email and mobile notifications to track your parcel.
  4. Once the parcel is ready for collection, you’ll receive an SMS or email with your access code.
  5. Use your MyPost card and the access code to open your Parcel Locker.

For more information, or to sign up for your free account, visit auspost.com.au/mypost


Go to top of pageUQ St Lucia campus Draft Master Plan

St Lucia campus Draft Master Plan presents a clear vision and strong framework for a physical environment that would continue to support UQ’s position as a landmark centre of knowledge leadership. More information, the Draft Master Plan document and Project Update Newsletter is available from the St Lucia Campus Master Plan website.



Go to top of page Archibus ServiceFM

Property & Facilities Division have the following services within the Archibus ServiceFM module.

1. “Call SAM”  (Small Assets Management) – a new free service

UQ’s Property and Facilities Division have launched a new free service, named “Call SAM” (Small Assets Management), for minor work requests across all UQ campuses.

A carpenter has been appointed for small jobs around all UQ campuses, such as installing white boards, pin boards, pictures, hooks and brackets, door stops/closers and small alterations to cupboards and fixed furniture. 
If the job can be completed in under three hours, the labour will be free. Your unit will need only to pay for significant materials (i.e. a whiteboard).

For information on how to access the "Call SAM" service is available here .

2.  ServiceFM A-Z Directory

For those who are unsure how to categorise a problem type within the Archibus ServiceFM module, we have developed an A-Z Directory which contains details on what each problem type includes, what it doesn’t include, and what additional information P&F requires.  The Service A-Z Directory is available here

3. New Archibus Workflow – “No Quote User Funded”

P&F have also introduced a faster workflow within Archibus for those client funded works which may not require a quotation. This is ideal for urgent work that has relatively low cost and complexity.  To use this option, open the Archibus “create service request” form and in the field “Is User Funded?” select “Yes - No Quotation Required”. Your request will be routed directly to a contractor, via P&F, to complete your request. For these requests, there will be no quotation or estimation approval steps.

If you have any problems please refresh your cache in the first instance. If problems persist, please contact archibus@uq.edu.au 


Go to top of page Parking Availability Website

New technology has been installed across The University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus car parks to reduce delays and queues for motorists. The new system enables users to see in advance which parking locations are likely to have available spaces when they arrive on campus.

Sensors have been installed at the entry and exit points of each P-series car park, providing a live feed to on-site digital signage, a website and portable devices. The displays and web feed provide staff, students and visitors with up-to-date parking advice. A parking availability app will be developed later this year. Please submit any feedback to pf@pf.uq.edu.au. The full UQ News story is available here.


 

 

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