The LSSU Physical Plant will have a contractor on campus May 20-23 to inspect and test the campus electrical transformers and switch gear. This maintenance is vital to ensure the reliability and safety of our electrical systems. This activity will begin the evening of Monday, May 20, and run through the evening of Thursday, May 23. Each night, the power will be shut down from 10 p.m. and switched back on at 6 a.m.
The list below describes the affected areas:
May 20 - Entire Campus
May 21 - Most of campus, except Moloney and Neveu Halls
May 22 - Central Heating Plant, Center for Applied Science, Cisler Center, Brady Hall, Shouldice Library and Student Village
May 23 - CAS, Cisler Center, Crawford Hall, Brady Hall, Shouldice Library, Norris Center
Each evening, some building mechanical systems will be shutdown prior to the electrical shutdown.
International Bridge Authority Construction Info Sessions
4:00 PM until 7:00 PM
The International Bridge Authority is inviting users of the bridge to two information sessions that will detail the $51 million construction projects that will begin at both ends of the bridge this summer. Most of the construction -- $44 million -- will take place at the Canadian Customs plaza, where the Canada Border Services Agency building will be rebuilt starting later this year and concluding sometime in 2016. On the U.S. side, the 50-year-old toll plaza will be rebuilt, starting in June and concluding in spring 2015. The toll plaza will be expanded from five toll lanes to seven. To find out more about the projects, you are encouraged to attend one of two public information sessions. Today's session is in Sault, Mich. Everyone is welcome.
Ramada Plaza Ojibway Hotel, W Portage Ave, Sault, Mich.