Heating System Leak Affecting University Hall, Sierra Complex and Manzanita Hall – UPDATE (12/10/2013)
The campus main heating hot water piping loop was temporarily repaired and placed into service early this morning, 12/10/13. Heating systems for all campus buildings, including University Hall, Sierra Hall, Sierra Tower, Sierra Center, Jerome Richfield Hall and Manzanita Hall are now operational. The aforementioned buildings are being heated as quickly as possible and are expected to be at normal operating temperatures by the afternoon. Please note that the cold daytime temperatures and high winds we are experiencing affect indoor air temperatures. Physical Plant Management (PPM) staff are diligently monitoring the buildings. Additionally, maintenance repairs to heating infrastructure lines along Etiwanda Avenue are expected to continue (without impact to the University heating capabilities) for up to six weeks. During this period northbound traffic flow on Etiwanda Avenue will be restricted and detour signage will be posted. We appreciate your patience and ask that you contact PPM at (818) 677-2222 if you have any questions or require assistance.
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