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Summer 2022 Projects

Construction Progress – Bostwick-Johnson Residence Halls Main Content November 3rd, 2021 – August 17th, 2022 Bostwick and Johnson Residence Halls are nearing completion in preparation for new residents to occupy in mid-August.  Both buildings have enhanced accessibility including the four-story additions to each entry featuring new elevators and two-story entrance lobbies.  Interior spaces are currently […]

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2021 Winter Setback

Good morning Faculty and Staff, Facilities and Campus Services continues to develop plans for the upcoming newly extended Winter break period. We will continue to use the guidance from CDC and ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers) to operate our facilities while adjusting to the reduced occupancies of the Academic & […]

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Indoor Air Quality

The staff of Facilities & Campus Services is busy adjusting plans, performing preventative maintenance, and making other improvements in preparation for the 2021 fall semester and reoccupying our campus buildings at higher use levels. Per CDC and ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers) guidance, buildings are again being scheduled to be […]

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Take a Tour with Paul Sheff

Paul Sheff, Assistant Director of Landscape Services, takes us around Reynolda Village and Wake Forest University’s Reynolda campus to see the garden spaces in full bloom.

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TechX 2021: Technology Toolbag

Learn how Facilities & Campus Services is using technology to replace the screwdriver and voltmeter as the key elements in the technician toolbag. This presentation will provide an overview of facilities automation through technology integration, building automation systems(BAS), analytics, energy management, and utilities optimization.    

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Green Zone Recycling

Sophie Wimberley, our Waste Reduction Specialist in Facilities & Campus Services, has introduced a new textile waste redirection project to 4 of our buildings on campus.  It is called Green Zone, and helps to redirect the clothing and textile waste that would not otherwise be able to be donated.   The issue of textile waste […]

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2020 Winter Setback

Faculty and Staff, Facilities and Campus Services continues to develop plans for the upcoming extended winter break period. Given our commitment to minimizing COVID related risks, we will continue to use the guidance from CDC and ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers) to operate our facilities while adjusting to the phases […]

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BPI2 Covid Response

The campus sidewalks no longer fill with footsteps and the buildings no longer echo with chatter.  COVID-19 has forced us to teach, learn, and work from home.  The BPI2 team has taken this unforeseen emergency and turned it into an opportunity to improve the campus and its building systems.  The two goals of this response to […]

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BPII Analytics

BPI² Analytics has given our team a real look at how utilities in our buildings affect occupants’ experiences every single day. Our analytics initiative started with 10 key buildings where the building automation system (electricity, water, steam, gas, and chilled water meters) sends data to analytics software in real time. The software is able to […]

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Annual Arrangements

Every year, we look forward to sharing our love of floral arrangements with our fellow staff and faculty.  This year, we held our annual arrangements class at the Barn at Reynolda Village, hosting nearly 50 participants and making fall and winter themed arrangements.     As always, Elizabeth Berry taught the class about framing, structure, […]

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