Facilities projects will be listed here to alert library users to any disruptions in Mondale Hall
Willey Hall Skylight/Mondale Hall (Law Library) Window Replacement & Repairs
Over the summer, a construction company will be replacing the 3rd floor Willey Hall Skylights that are just a few feet from the Law Library and replacing the 4th floor windows in the Law Library that overlook Willey Hall. This project also involves related masonry work. In addition, Willey Hall will have other extensive structural repair work done this summer. Unfortunately, this work will be very noisy and will negatively impact use of the Library.
This project is scheduled for May 20 to August 16. The work schedule will be from 7:00 am to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. But there may be days when the construction crew will need to work past 3:30 p.m. As of now, the contractor does not have any work scheduled on the weekends. But the schedule is very susceptible to weather and they may need to have make up days on the weekend to stay on time.
We very much apologize for the noise caused by these projects over the next several months but the projects must be completed during the summer so that they do not disrupt the use of the Law Library during the school year.
LED Lighting Conversion Project
As part of a campus-wide project to convert existing lighting to LED lighting, the University’s Energy Management department will be installing some demo lights on the 4th floor of the Law Library sometime after May 19th and possibly during the week of May 20th.
Through signage placed in the lobby of the Law Library we will attempt to keep students up to date about the construction schedule and when use of the library will be disrupted by noise.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Michael Hannon at email@example.com.
Once again, we apologize for any inconvenience caused by these summer projects.
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