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Facilities Related Surveys
Power Outage Cost Survey - An ongoing survey for researchers to complete after a power outage event to record time, material and equipment losses.
Power Outage History - An ongoing list of power outages with causes.
Current BSOE Specific Capital Projects
|Jack Baskin Engineering Bldg
Part of UCSC Telcom Infrastructure Upgrades Phase B.
Construction of new telcom closets expected in Summer 2015. Rewiring of building expected during Academic year 2015-2016
See ITS TIU Web Page
|BME Teaching Lab||JBEB-301B||Construction completed||Teaching lab moved in and started operations in Fall 2015. Some minor work on locks and HVAC still remain|
|BME Lab Renovation||JBEB-287||Under construction||Construction started in September 2015. Completion expected by March 2016.|
|EE Lab Renovation||JBEB-216||planning||as of 12/1/15, 100% construction documents are being reviewed.|
|BME Lab Renovation||Sins-237A||planning||12/1/15 - project summary statement being worked on.|
|EE Lab Renovations||E2-479/481||pre-planning|
|Silicon Valley Center||final drawings||12/1/15 - final drawings under review. Construction slated to start soon.|
|Delaware Warm Shell||2300 Delaware||planning|
|Delaware Phase 1 Labs||2300 Delaware||pre-planning|
Past BSOE Specific Capital Projects
|CAVE - Cave Automated Virtual Reality||E2-580||Complete||Construction & CAVE Installation Completed 5/1/15.
Construction started 2/1/15.
|Passenger Elevator Replacement||Jack Baskin Engineering Bldg||Complete||Elevator restarted passenger operation on Aug 28, 2014, several weeks early.|
Old Stuff (igonore below, cleaning up)
The pages below provide BSOE facilities project information.
Information on facilities for the Biomedical building project.
Various Biomolecular Engineering Lab specifications and infrastructure projects.
Modifications to laboratory space in the Baskin Engineering building will seek to accommodate a Group III-IV material Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Disposition (MOCVD) reactor vessel and an Atomic Layer Disposition (ALD) reactor for metal oxides. These systems will be used to grow thin films and study how they form in order to promote the advancement of nanotechnology.
Electrical Engineering Dept clean room complex (BE-256, 258B, 258A) in Baskin Engineering.
Instructional & Projects Lab for new gaming degree major in Computer Science. Baskin Engineering 368 Complex.
Installation and replacement of old style omni-locks with centrally managed system.
Movable equipment list and purcashing information.
This facility is to replace the current EH&S hazardous waste transfer facility located in the corporate yard at base of campus. The new facility will have vastly improved safety and containment and approximately 50% increase in capacity for holding waste generated by campus labs and operations.