BSOE Receiving & Shipping

Deliveries, Receiving and Shipping

BSOE BELS Recieving is located on the basement level of Jack Baskin Engineering, Room 40, which is adjacent to the loading dock.   Overnight FedEx Envelopes, US Postal Service deliveries and some other small package deliveries for Mail Stops SOE2, SOE3 should be delivered to instructional support in Engineering 2 Room 298.   

Jack Baskin Enginering Loading Dock

Jack Baskin Engineering Building Recieving

NOTE:   All Hazardous Materials shipments from UCSC and off-campus sites must be done by UCSC EH&S Division Shipping.  Failure to comply can result in significant Civil and Criminal penalities:  See http://ehs.ucsc.edu/shipping/

Deliveries/Receiving -

 

What Packages & Large Deliveries

FedEx Overnight Envelopes 
United States Postal Service (see note)
UCSC Mail Stops SOE2, SOE3

Address <<< To person name & their phone number >>>
Jack Baskin School of Engineering
University of California Santa Cruz
Jack Baskin Engineering Bldg Room 40
606 Engineering Loop
Santa Cruz, CA 95064

<<< To person name & their phone number >>>
Jack Baskin School of Engineering
University of California Santa Cruz
1156 High Street, Mail Stop (see below)
Santa Cruz, CA 95064

BSOE Mail Stops are:  
SOE1 - Dean's Office, JBEB 335
SOE2 - 2nd Floor E2 Mail Room
SOE3 - 3rd Floor E2 Mail Room

Primary
Contact

Gregorio Martinez
Located in JBEB Room 40
Basement Level
gregoriom@soe.ucsc.edu
(831) 459-4905

Teri Robin
Located in Engineering 2 Room 298
2nd Floor
terobin@ucsc.edu
(831) 459-4873

Backup Christian Monnet
Located in JBEB Room 66
cmonnet@ucsc.edu
(831) 459-3103

Leah Kahn
Located in Engineering 2 Room 298
lkahn@ucsc.edu
(831) 459-1396

Supervisor Bob Vitale
Located in JBEB Room 349
rvitale@ucsc.edu
(831) 459-3794
(831) 596-5360 cell

Leah Kahn
Located in Engineering 2 Room 298
lkahn@ucsc.edu
(831) 459-1396

 

Note:  United States Postal Service (USPS) only delivers to UCSC Campus Mail Services 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064.   For on campus delivery of USPS mail, a campus mail stop is needed.   Typical Mail Stops for BSOE are  SOE1 - Dean's office,  SOE2 - 2nd floor mailroom E2,  SOE3 - 3rd floor mailroom of E2.  If your shipping sends via USPS, chances are your letter or package will wind up at E2-298 rather than in JBEB 40.

Detailed Delivery Information (pdf file) This file provides maps and detailed information on deliveries to JBEB & E2 buildings.

Below is a table listing various BSOE sites and how delivies are handled.  Most small non-hazmat deliveries should go to BSOE/BELS (Baskin Engineering Lab Support) Receiving located in Room 40 of Jack Baskin Engineering Building (JBEB). In CruzBuy this delivery location is coded SOERCV.

Destination

Small NonHazardous
Material Shipments

Large Item Shipments
(Large, Heavy, Pallets)

Hazardous Materials except
No Radioactive Material
See Note (a)

Gas Cylinders  

Jack Baskin
Engineering Building
(JBEB)

ship to BELS Recieving
JBEB Room 40
CruzBuy Code SOERVC
ship to Lab via JBEB-40
Coordinate delivery with
BSOE facilities & shipper
ship to SOERVC
(no radioactive)
Ship diretly to lab.
Empty pickups in BE-202
 
Engineering 2
Building
(E2)
ship to BELS Recieving
JBEB Room 40
CruzBuy Code SOERVC
ship to Lab via JEBE-40
Coordinate delivery with
BSOE facilities & shipper
no HPM allowed no gas allowed  
Physical Sciences Building
(PSB)
ship to BELS Recieving
JBEB Room 40
CruzBuy Code SOERVC
should not occur.  PSB are offices no HPM allowed
in BSOE areas of PSB
no gas allowed
in BSOE areas of PSB
 
BioMedical Sciences Building
(BioMed)

Ship to Lab
or
ship to BELS Recieving
JBEB Room 40
CruzBuy Code SOERVC

ship to Lab via BioMed Loading Dock 
Coordinate delivery with
BSOE facilities & shipper
ship to SOERVC. Ship Directly to lab.
Empty cylinders placed in loading dock area
 
2300 Delaware Building C
(Delaware)

ship to BELS Recieving
JBEB Room 40
CruzBuy Code SOERVC

ship to Lab via Delaware Buiding C loading dock
Coordinate delivery with local lab staff,
request assistance from BSOE facilities 4 days prior if needed.
ship to lab. 
Do not ship HazMat for Delaware labs to campus
Ship Directly to lab.
Empty cylinders located in labs
 

UCSC Silicon Valley Campus
3175 Bowers Ave
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(b)

TBD
may ship to BELS Recieving
JBEB Room 40
CruzBuy Code SOERVC
Coordinate with Silicon Valley Campus Operations Manager and BSOE Facilities staff. HazMat not allowed
at Silicon Valley Campus
Gas Cylinders not allowed
at Silicon Valley Campus
 

(a) Radioactive material may only be shipped to PBsci Recieving at Thiemann Laboratory Building.  PBSci will recieve it and with EH&S Radiation Safety process the incoming shipment.
(b) UCSC Silicon Valley relocated to 3175 Bowers Ave starting in Mid-April of 2016.

BSOE BELS Receiving is located just off the loading dock for JBEB at the West End basement level. A phone is available just left of the JBEB Room 40 door. When given adequate notice, we will meet delivery vehicle and record the condition of goods received.

Big Truck Stuck at JBEB Loading Dock

Large Item Purchases - Please talk with Facilities Before Ordering

BEFORE ordering anything of size or weight, such as laser tables, freezers, large lab equipment, please email BSOE facilities at: facilities-request@soe.ucsc.edu.

This is to help ensure the equipment can be allowed into the building, that it will fit into elevators, through door ways and that infrastructure needed for it (e.g. power, water, gas, air) will be in place. Please note that research groups are generally responsible for lab alterations (including conversion of power outlets to 208V). If the item is too heavy, too big or simply not allowed by the Fire Marshal, you will be fully responsible for the return.

BEWARE: Shipments of Hazardous Materials (where you are the shipper) - Federal Civil and Crimial Penalities if done incorrectly

Caution: If shipping hazardous materials, include anything with lithium batteries, dry ice, biological samples or other hazardous materials, you must have EH&S prepare the shipment.  This is to ensure accordance with United States Department of Transportation Requirements and other legal requirements. Failure to do this may result in a large fines and criminal penalities. 

As of 5/20/14, UC has a new online training module for anyone who may be involved in Hazardous Material Shipments.  
This training can be found at UC Learning Certer as
"Hazardous Materials Shipping (General Awareness)

ecourse code;  UCLOL0003-UC-ECO.


Caution:  Do not have Hazardous Materials shipped to locations at UCSC and then expect be able to transport the material elsewhere.  UCSC does not have licensing and equipment for Hazardous Material Transport.  If you need chemicals and other supplies that are hazardous, please have them shipped directly to your location.

If off-site and shipping back to UCSC, you need to have an approved US Department of Transportation Hazmat Shipper do the packing and shipping. In all cases, it is the responsibility of the shipper to ensure all DOT and FAA requirements are met. Failure to meet all requirements, including documentation could result in the package being destroyed and heavy fines to UCSC which may pass the fines to you.

Hazardous shipments require special packing, handling and documentation for truck and air freight shipments. Failure to follow proper protocols has resulted in vehicle and aircraft damage, crashes and deaths. Thus DOT and the FAA monitor and regulate shipping very closely and will heavily fine organizations that do not adhere strictly to shipping requirements of hazardous materials.  Contact UCSC EH&S well in advance should you need to ship any hazardous materials.

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