In an effort to avoid unnecessary inconveniences, Facilities Services would like to remind all faculty and staff that the College is officially closed, as posted on the academic calendar, from Saturday, March 5, through Sunday, March 13, for mid-semester break. To conserve resources when the college is closed, normal building temperatures are not maintained, lighting levels are at a minimum and access to buildings may be restricted. Snow and ice removal is also limited to priority routes.
One of several maintenance projects planned for this time is the re-finishing of most of the first floor hallway tile in Menard Hall. Access to this area will be limited for the duration of the break.
We encourage anyone needing to visit the college over mid-semester break to contact the LLCC Police Department at 622-3853. As always, your patience and cooperation is greatly appreciated and we hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable break.
We are currently managing a project that will replace fan motors which, in concert with our air handling units, push warm or cool air to the spaces in each building. For this project we are focusing on Sangamon, Menard and Cass. The work is taking place in the penthouses of each building and some of the noise may be transmitted through our duct system to the spaces below. We apologize for any inconveniences and will try to limit them as much as possible.
Equipment requiring a crane will be installed on the roof of Cass Gym on Tuesday, Dec. 15. For the safety of the workers, students, faculty and staff, the parking lot north of Cass Gym will be closed Tuesday morning. The work is expected to be completed by noon and the lot will re-open once it is completed.
In an effort to avoid inconveniences during winter recess, Facilities Services would like to remind all faculty and staff that the college is officially closed, as posted on the academic calendar, from Saturday, Dec. 19 through Sunday, Jan. 3.
To conserve resources when the college is closed, building temperatures are lowered, lighting levels are at a minimum and access to buildings may be restricted. Snow and ice removal is also limited to priority routes.
We have scheduled several projects during winter recess in an effort to avoid disruption to the regular college operations. Carpet will be replaced with tile in all of the second floor hallways of Menard Hall. Access to these areas will be limited for the duration of winter recess. We will also be testing fire alarms and other life safety systems throughout the main campus.
We encourage anyone needing to visit the college over winter recess to contact the LLCC Police at 622.3853. As always, your patience and cooperation is greatly appreciated, and we hope everyone has a wonderful and safe winter recess.
Facilities Services is conducting testing of the electrical generator system beginning at 8 a.m. Friday, Nov. 27. Power outages in Sangamon Hall, Menard Hall, Cass Gym, Millennium Center and Trutter Center are necessary during these tests. We would recommend unplugging any sensitive electrical equipment before 8 a.m. Friday morning. Contact Dave Bretscher at 786-2238 or David.Bretscher@llcc.edu with any questions.
Thursday, Nov. 19 – Parking Lot #1 will be reserved to accommodate valet parking for LLCC Foundation Donor Scholarship Reception, 5-7 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 21 – Jingle Bell Run activities, 8 a.m.-noon/run at 10 a.m. Police and Security will be directing traffic at the main entrance of campus. There may be some delay upon entering campus shortly after 10 a.m. and traffic will be reduced to one lane during run.
Monday, Nov. 23 – Parking Lot #10 will be reserved for bus parking to accommodate LLCC’s Agriculture Career Expo, 9:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Facilities Services would like to remind all faculty and staff that in order to meet the needs of scheduled classes and events, all furniture in a specific room or area must remain in that space. The number and style of seats, desks and furniture is specific to each room and is governed by building codes and ICCB recommendations. LLCC manages furniture distribution through the work order system.
When requesting a furniture move, simply select “Furniture Move” for the request type when filling out a work order. If the request is approved, Facilities staff will coordinate the move as soon as possible.
Faculty and staff who are in need of additional furniture should contact Matt Hobrock, property control technician, before considering a new purchase. There is a good chance that something will be available from storage.
Facilities Services is conducting annual testing of the fire alarm system in the Millennium Center this Friday morning, Aug. 28. The test had to be rescheduled due to a mechanical failure. While it will be necessary to sound the alarm during this test, disruptions will be kept to a minimum and should be complete before classes begin.
A reminder that Facilities Services is testing the fire sprinkler system at the Workforce Careers Center TODAY. During testing it will be necessary to sound the fire alarm system. Disruptions will be kept to a minimum.
Facilities Services is testing the fire sprinkler system at the Workforce Careers Center this Thursday, Aug. 20. During testing it will be necessary to sound the fire alarm system. Disruptions will be kept to a minimum.