12kV Backbone Project

Project Blog posts tagged with 12kV Backbone Project

10

Sep
2014

This Thursday night between the hours of 10:00pm – 6:00am there will be a scheduled power outage at the Santa Catalina residence hall while construction crews to tie into the new 12KV campus power supply. During the outage the emergency generator will provide power for one elevator per tower, e-keys for access control...

24

Jun
2014

Tomorrow (Wednesday, June 25), the 12kv Project will be putting up  fencing adjacent to the tot lot near West Campus Family Student Housing. The green line in the photo on the left indicates where the fencing will be placed. This will only block off the swings and will leave most of the tot lot and playground equipment available to...

17

Jun
2014

As part of the 12kV project, construction work will be done in the storage yard in the south west corner of El Colegio and Storke/Slough Rd (see image). Digging will commence tomorrow for the installation of a manhole. The work is expected to be completed by Friday, June 20th.  The crews are authorized to work between 7am...

12

Jun
2014

Sierra Madre construction is slightly behind schedule. Third floor framing continues along with roofing on family housing building 7, with stair towers and framing starting now on single student bldgs at main site adjacent to WCFSH. The paving of the road was paused in consideration of Finals Week and is set to...
09

Jun
2014

12kV Backbone Project

This week, we are coming up on the portion of construction that will impact the bike path along El Colegio Rd.  The work will take place between the Santa Ynez Apartments entrance and Camino Corto.  Crews will be excavating and doing vault placement in this area.  The bike path will be closed while work...

02

Jun
2014

12kV Backbone Project

The 12kV backbone project will bring electrical infrastructure from the UCSB main campus, through Santa Ynez Apartments out to Storke Rd, and terminate near West Campus Family Student Housing.  This will result in energy cost savings for the University and allow for more control from future increases....