Summer heat strains Main Campus cooling system
By Victoria O'Connor
Communications and Customer Relations Representative, Office of Facilities
(June 12, 2009)--The UTSA Office of Facilities anticipates a heavy demand on the Main Campus central cooling system over the next few days because of the unusually warm weather. As a result, building temperatures may feel slightly warmer during the afternoon, which are peak hours for cooling.
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Facilities staff will continue to maintain comfortable working environments and critical-space standards in these buildings or offices:
- Biotechnology, Sciences and Engineering Building (including the Vivarium)
- Biosciences Building (including the Vivarium)
- Biosciences Building BSL3 Lab
- UTSA Police Department
- Office of Information Technology
- John Peace Library Building Computer Center
For more information, contact Facilities Work Control at (210) 458-4262.