Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Administration & Finance
 

Friday, June 01, 2007

Dental School :

  • The remediation and duct cleaning contract work continues to move forward. 
    • Zimmer sealed the 4th and 5th floors and continued cleaning on the 6th floor of the Clinic Building.
    • The duct cleaning on the 7th floor also continued.
    • Zimmer will be working over the weekend.
  • The initial work on the project to replace the ceiling tiles and grid on the upper floors is underway.
    • Frischhertz (the electrical sub-contractor) is working the 3rd floor removing lights in the halls and raising lights in other areas.
    • MCC (the mechanical sub-contractor) surveyed the building for all the A/C drops to follow behind the ceiling installers.
    • MCC plans to work over the weekend.
  • Schindler is working on the Administration Building elevators.  They are replacing the roller guides in the basement.
  • The upgrades to the network infrastructure are progressing well.
    • NV-I x-rayed the new network closet locations in the Clinic Building in preparation for core drilling.  NV-I intends to work over the weekend. 
    • Boe-Tel is working in the ceiling of the porch area pulling cable outside the Clinic Building .
  • Deltronics picked up three copy machines from the building.
  • York delivered the replacement motor for the 2nd chiller and started the installation after lunch. 

1542 Tulane Ave.:

  • Stratos Elevator continued the installation of the safety limit switches on Elevator # 3.
  • Ordes Electrical pulled additional wire to the 480V breaker in engine room. 

Downtown Landscaping Project:

  • The irrigation system around the CSRB will be completed this weekend. 
  • The installation of the remaining irrigation components for the front of the Lions/LSU Clinic Building will be completed early next week. 
  • Two of the ' Natchez ' (white) crepe myrtles were planted in the designated location behind CSRB today. 
    • The planting of the other two were delayed until Monday due to the excavations for the irrigation lines in that area.