Building Operations Weekly archive

Building Operations Weekly is published by email each week on Thursday. It contains a summary of the news and events published that week to the Building Operations digital signage network. Below, organized by date in descending order, is the content of each week’s email newsletter since January 2015. Calendar events are not archived.

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Top Stories UBC’s Ladner Clock Tower clock mechanism to be replaced by February A wind storm at the end of August caused electrical surges across the UBC. These surges caused electrical damage to the Ladner Clock Tower—the drive mechanism, which moves the hands on the four clock faces of the clock, has remained still ever […]

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Top Stories Building Operations celebrates the season to be jolly!   Dart Tournament — sign up with Martin by November 27th   The annual Building Operations dart tournament is just around the corner.  Sign up with Martin Varma in the Carpentry shop before November 27th.  No experience necessary — if you are a beginner you […]

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Top Stories Congratulations Mike Paley, for completing your electrical apprenticeship   We saved $292,675 in the 2nd quarter thanks to your bright ideas: We are on track to our $1.3M goal for 2015/16   Please refrain from blocking the Bookstore loading docks UBC Bookstore staff are requesting that we park our service vehicles in a […]

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Top Stories Will you be this year’s emcee at the Building Ops Holiday Lunch?   Plumbers take pride in repairing the main water station Under a tight timeline, with a large task at hand, Dave Wenzel, Paul McLaughlin, Sean Roe and Alan Zarkovic worked feverishly last October 24, to make significant repairs to the main […]

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Top Stories Kudos to all who helped with the Fraser River Parkade/Longhouse Power Outage A true multidisciplined effort, power to the Fraser River Parkade and International Longhouse would not be up and running without the help of: Dan Lappin and his carpentry crew Mike Giannias and his labour crew Steve Windle and Jason Harmon in […]

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