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   Participate in the Upcoming Town Halls and Get Informed Come to the town hall to learn more about the observations and recommendations of the review that was done by an external association APPA (Association Physical Plant Administrators) this past summer, the next steps for our Leadership Development Program and the Workplace Experiences Survey (WES). […]

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Top Stories   LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT TRAINING ENTERING PHASE 2 THIS OCTOBER In the May 26, 2016 issue of our newsletter, we said that we were going to engage our heads, subheads, managers, FMs, PCs and superintendents through a Leadership Development Program. The last session of Phase 1, Leading Change, was held last June 8th.  As promised in […]

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Top Stories   HEx Replacement Underway Following the reviews by external experts the heat exchangers in many buildings on campus are being replaced. Forestry was completed last week and the contractor is now moving onto Place Vanier buildings. Project Services is leading the replacement project with technical input from several members of the Building Operations […]

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Top Stories   UBC Homecoming is September 16th. Let’s make this campus shine.   Floods and a power outage created a busy few days for our crews This past week has been exceptionally busy for our operations crews who have attended not one, but two major floods and a feeder outage.  Thank yous to all […]

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Top Stories   They’re back! Keep eyes out for increased pedestrian and cycling traffic on campus As the start of the school year approaches, it is important that we consider the increased traffic and pedestrian movement on campus.  We want to consider the following when moving through the campus to do our daily work: Only […]

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