Trash and recycling for most offices on campus is self-service when it comes to separating generated waste and emptying your personal office trash bin.
By bringing waste to the central collection stations, employees have a more personal stake in recycling efforts, which helps Western reach its sustainability goals.
Work on the Fraser Hall renovation continues at a frantic pace with the goal of a fall reopening.
Construction of the multipurpose field on the south side of campus begins in mid-June. The project includes construction of an all-weather artificial turf field, bleachers, restroom facilities, field lighting, electrical service, utilities and associated facilities. Final completion of the field is scheduled for spring 2014.
This drawing shows the extent of the area in which repairs will be made to the roof of the Ross Engineering Technology building, starting in mid-June.
Arts Facilities Management crews have been working diligently over the past several weeks to cleanup and renew the ceramics spaces in the Arts Annex, helping the department modernize the facilities and generally sprucing up the learning environment.
Pictured here, from left to right, is the all-Western Ski-to-Sea team Managing to Maintain:
Dave Andrews (kayak), Jason Sprinkle (downhill ski), Rick Nichols (mountain bike), Gary Hodge (road bike), John Furman (canoe), Greg Hough (canoe), Ty Holladay (run), and Paul Dunn (cross-country ski). The team represented Western in the Corporate Division, finishing 90th overall and 9th in the division.
As spring quarter ends and much of campus starts thinking about their own summer plans, it’s a good time to let everyone know about what repair and construction work is planned for the summer. If you leave campus right after graduation and don’t return until fall, you might never even know some of this work happened!