Construction on the
Telecommunications Infrastructure Project will begin the week of August
30, 2004. The General Contractor for this project is AMI Electrical and
Telecom, Inc. of Anaheim, California. The Construction Manager
representing the campus is Mike O’Donnell from the firm of PCM
Construction Management located in Encino California. It is expected
that this will be a 1-year project which effectively began June 29, 2004
and should be completed by July 1, 2005.
|January 25, 2006||
Work outside the buildings has been completed. We were able to bore through the soil rather than trench to lay the necessary cable. This method, which CSUB was the first campus to use, prevented a large amount of disruption and disarray as well as saving the campus a large sum of money.
Work has now been completed in Buildings 5, 10, 31, 38, and 39A. Although we are continuing to have some problems with the contractor and some of the subcontractors, we are attempting to work through these issues.
Work is now progressing in Buildings 32, 34, and 43, as well as miscellaneous infrastructure work that continues campus-wide.
|November 16, 2004||As part of the
Telecommunications Infrastructure Project, a portion of
Roadrunner Drive and Student Way from the Southeast entry of Parking Lot
"E" to the Northwest entry of Parking Lot "E" will be closed from
Thursday, November 18th through Thursday, December 2nd. During this
period of time Parking Lot "E" will remain open and through traffic will
be routed along the perimeter of the parking lot. It is suggested that
students, faculty and staff enter the campus via Roadrunner Drive only to
access Parking Lots "I" or "E."
Thank you in advance for your patience during this disruptive process.
|October 1, 2004||Because of the Telecom
Infrastructure build out, the two, 20-minute loading zone areas between
the central plant and nursing will be unavailable for approximately 4
months. If you have any questions regarding the unavailability of these
loading zones please direct them to Pat Jacobs, Director of Facilities
Please notify your staff of the unavailability of these loading zones.
|September 10, 2004||
Interior work on the Telecommunications Infrastructure is scheduled to
begin in the Education building on Sunday, September 12th at 10:00 p.m.
Work inside your building will take place every weeknight/morning during
the hours of 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. until approximately October 15, 2004.
While the University will have inspectors on site during the work, employees are urged to not leave valuables and/or keepsakes in their workspace during this period of time. Please contact the University's Project Manager, Mike O'Donnell at ext. 6359, or Pat Jacobs at ext. 2483 if you have any questions or issues arise during this project. We appreciate your cooperation during this potentially disruptive project.
|August 26, 2004||Work is scheduled to
begin on the Telecommunications Infrastructure Project Monday August 30.
The first items of work will include directional boring on the outside
of Building 11 ( Plant Operations) between Runner Park on the East and
Building 24 (Residence Hall A) on the West, and pulling new cables
inside Building 10 (Student Administration). The outside work will occur
during daylight hours, while the inside work will be from 10:00PM to
6:00AM. It is anticipated that the work in Building 10 will be ongoing
for about 4 weeks and will involve activity in each office within the
building. While the University will have inspectors on site during the
work, employees are urged to not leave valuables and/or keepsakes in
their workspace during this period of time. Please contact the
University's Project Manager, Mike O'Donnell at 6359, or Pat Jacobs at
extension 2483 if you have any questions or issues arise during this
project. We appreciate your cooperation during this potentially
This is the first of what we envision as regular and ongoing communications with the campus community regarding this project. In addition to these regular email communications a WEB page has been created for this project and will be updated as work progresses and situations change. The URL for this WEB page is: http://www.csub.edu/tii/ Also, before work begins in a building, signs will be posted on building entrance doors informing building occupants and providing them with contact information. An example of the signs that will be placed on building entrance doors is attached to this email. Any suggestions regarding the kind of information folks would like to see in these communications would be appreciated.