Scheduled: Annual Fire Rollup Door Testing

Effective Date(s):  December 18-20, 2023

An outside contractor will be performing testing on fire rollup doors December 18th-20th .  The testing is approximately ½ hour per door. The door will be closed for that time, and there may be some noise as the door closes and opens. Please see the list of impacted buildings below.

  • Kelley Engineering Center
  • Pharmacy Building
  • Magruder Hall
  • Research Way Building
  • Burt Hall
  • Environmental Health & Safety Annex
  • Austin Hall
  • George W. Peavy Forest Science Center
  • The Valley Library
  • Joyce Collin Furman Hall
  • Gill Coliseum
  • Sports Performance
  • Reser Stadium

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Alarm Shop at 541-737-2969.

Due do construction-related activities at Cordley East for the Cordley Hall Renovation Project, the North District Utility Plant will be shut down starting on Monday, Oct. 10, 2022 through Wednesday, October 12, 2022. This will impact chilled water service to all buildings on the chilled water loop. Impacted buildings include: Cordley West, ALS, Nash Hall, Wilkinson Hall and the Burt Hall complex.

For questions or comments on this work, contact Construction Manager Justin Fuszek at 541-740-5260.

Cordley Hall area map

Facilities Services will be performing annual load bank testing for the below listed building emergency/ stand-by generators.  Each test will take approximately 3 hours. There may be excessive noise and possible exhaust fume odors associated with testing.  Each generator will be refueled after testing. 

Week of August 1st  

  • Milam Hall 
  • Burt Hall 
  • Dearborn Hall 
  • Milne Computer Center 

Week of August 8th  

  • The Valley Library 
  • Pharmacy Building 
  • Kerr Administration Building  
  • Kerr Administration Building Telecom 

Week of August 15th  

  • Sinnhuber Aquatic Research Lab 
  • Salmon Disease Lab #1 
  • Research Way Building 

Week of August 22nd 

  • Portable Generator #3 
  • Portable Generator #4 

For questions or comments on this notice contact, Facilities Services at 541-737-2969. 

Closures are often subject to changes and delays, so please visit the OSU Campus Closures, Shutdowns, and Detours page for updates on this and other campus closures. 

Please forward this notice to anyone who would benefit from this information. 

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Facilities Services 

University Facilities, Infrastructure & Operations 

Oregon State University 

830 SW 35th Street | Corvallis, OR 97331 | 541-737-2969 

Due to construction activities related to chilled water piping integration in multiple buildings, a chilled water loop shutdown is scheduled starting on Monday, January 17, 2022 through Friday, January 21, 2022. In the event the work is completed ahead of schedule, services will be restored sooner. The following buildings are included in the shutdown: Nash Hall, the Agricultural & Life Sciences Building, Cordley Hall and the Burt Complex.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Construction Manager Jason Lundy at 541-270-0193 or Project Manager Dustin Sievers at 541-760-6240.

Shutdown has been extended until 1/25/22

Facilities Services will be performing annual load bank testing for the below listed building emergency/ stand-by generators.  Each test will take approximately 3 hours. There may be excessive noise and possible exhaust fume odors associated with testing.  Each generator will be refueled after testing. 

Week of August 2nd  

  • Milam Hall 
  • Burt Hall 
  • Dearborn Hall 
  • Milne Computer Center 

Week of August 9th  

  • The Valley Library 
  • Pharmacy Building 
  • Kerr Administration Building  
  • Kerr Administration Building Telecom 

Week of August 16th  

  • Sinnhuber Aquatic Research Lab 
  • Salmon Disease Lab #1 
  • Research Way Building 

Week of August 23rd  

  • Portable Generator #3 
  • Portable Generator #4 

For questions or comments on this notice contact, Facilities Services at 541-737-2969. 

All steam services will be shutdown to these buildings beginning Sunday, November 1st until the afternoon of Wednesday, November 4th.  This critical shutdown is necessary to repair a leaking steam line in the vault behind Johnson Hall and to replace failed pumps.  This will affect all steam services in these buildings including heating, autoclaves and hot water.  Building temperatures will be lower than normal during this time.

For questions or comments on this closure, contact Les Walton at 541-737-8812.