Photos taken from inside the Thermal Tank Project. This is scaffolding used to support the installation of the upper diffuser for water coming into the tank.
New carpet installed in Ford Alumni Center, as part of a remodel project. There are still some graphics on the left columns from recent Nike Track events in the space.
Owner’s rep: David Mason
Design team: David Cates, Alison Hake, Brianna Liberty.
New furniture, lighting, AV package, and art to come!
Click below to view slides from the recent Facilities Liaison Meeting which took place at the end of May.
The Office of Sustainability has designed a program that lets students offset emissions from studying abroad.
Give Before You Go
This year the Office of Sustainability partnered with University Housing, GoodWill, Teen Challenge, ARC of Lane County, Sponsors, and Catholic Community Services for the Give Before You Go event. We collected approximately 75,000 lbs. of re-usable goods from students during move out. Materials collected include electronics, bedding, clothing, bathroom supplies, and furniture.
Three Facilities’ Shops Will Leverage Action Taken in AiM
Work Control Center rolls over annual work orders for routine activities for various Facilities shops every year. This is a lot of phase management for both Work Control and Supervisors, and can make time entry cumbersome for shop employees. Starting July 1, Custodial and Landscape will use the action taken on the time card screen to choose the work they performed.
In FY22, Custodial had 2086 phases to manage. The action taken implementation has lowered that to 360 phases.
In FY22, Landscape had 362 phases to manage. The action taken implementation has lowered that to 83 phases.
Electrical has implemented four new action taken to pull specific work order phases into reports for when ballasts were replaced, inspections required and lamp were replaced. This will replace some spreadsheet management.
Thank you to our developers Justin Porter, FASS IT, for getting these set up in AiM, Justin White and Ken Kato, Location Innovation Lab, for the ANVIL upgrade around the competing Concordia and OR22 activities.
Please reach out to LeAnna Pitts firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more about the action taken function in AiM.
After 3 years since our last staff event, we were able to have a much overdue CPFM picnic. Day shift crews were able to enjoy some sunshine while we played kickball, got to know new faces, and ate yummy pizza; and the swing and graveyard crews were able to gather in Lillis for cornhole, pizza, and cookies! All in all, it was a great opportunity to celebrate the wonderful staff here in CPFM.
Improvements were made along the riverfront path, including new pavers, improved bike rack and maps installed in at the map station.
PM Materials AHU Filter Kit Project
Purpose: To leverage/utilize the functionality of the Preventive Maintenance Module in AiM to automatically have Pick Ticket Transactions produced through the Inventory Module for AHU filters when PM Workorders are generated.
Success and Benefits of Project: The success of this project was made possible based upon the effort and work that entailed a collaboration of several teams.
Benefits of this project included implementing a more efficient process by allowing pick ticket transactions to be produced and for Stores to kit the filters. The next step is to have the kitted filters delivered to the appropriate spaces, resulting in freeing up more of the technicians’ time to perform PM work.
Data collected, assembled, and utilized in the PM Materials Module came from various sources including the Mechanical Shop, Project Documentation from Design and Construction that included Commissioning Reports, OEM’s and field visits.
The following teams contributed and were instrumental for accomplishing this project:
CPFM Facilities Services Mechanical Shop-various technicians over a period of time collected and documented a bulk of the filter sizes/quantities that established the important base data for this project.
FASS Business Operations-Justin Porter, Mike Freel
CPFM Work Management Asset Reliability/PM-Sharon Ginn, Sandi Cullimore, Jaime Perpinan
FASS Purchasing and Logistics/Warehouse-Heather Nunn, Cody Sterna
CPFM Utilities & Energy-Kyle Wilson
Kudos from UOPD to Piper Fahrney and Dave Kennedy for their quick action to resolve a security issue by fortifying a fence in their area.
As you can imagine, today(graduation) was awesome, and a challenge. Can’t thank you enough to let me use your golf cart to transport a 86 year old lady to see her granddaughter graduate with a PhD. She needed all the assistance we could provide her and you answered the call, allowing me to barge into your shop, interrupt your meeting, and give me the keys. We work our tails off all year to have this day be special for the graduates, family, and friends. I can’t thank you enough for helping us make this day special for this family and the COE. - Eric Owens
Thank you!! I appreciate the efforts by you (Justin Grishkin), Tad, and Piper (and anyone else who helped) to complete this work (along the riverfront path). The attention to detail and quality installation is very much appreciated. I often see people using the benches along the riverfront and having the map station in place for the influx of visitors this summer is great. - Aaron Olsen
Multicultural events in July
July 15-24: Riverfront Festival, Eugene Downtown Riverfront Park, celebrating community, culture, and connection (including shows by DJ Prashant & Jai Ho! Dance Troupe, Painted Sky NorthStar Dance Company, Bailamos Latin Dance Network, DanceAbility International, and Munya Mambira)
- Saturday July 30, 2022: Oregon Asian Celebration, Alton Baker Park, https://asiancelebration.org/
Ongoing Exhibit until August 28, 2022, Remember This: Hung Liu at Trillium - renowned contemporary Chinese-American artist Hung Liu explored subjects ranging from portraits to landscapes to still lifes and reflects upon history, memory, tradition, migration, and social justice, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA), Barker and Soreng Galleries, (free with UO ID)
Ongoing Exhibit until September 9, 2022, Unceded Kinship, Land, Place & People, a showcase of Afro descendent and Native artists with connections to Oregon and their respective communities, Knight Library, Circulation Lobby (free)
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