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Reminder: evening closure of Linnaeusborg on Friday 4 June 2021

31 May 2021

As announced before, on the evening of Friday 4 June the entire building will be closed because of work on the ventilation system. This closure is expected to be the last nuisance work. With no future disturbances to you, we will continue working to completely rearrange the air handling system on the ninth floor.

Evening closure Friday 4 June 2021
On Friday 4 June, between 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., the entire Linnaeusborg will be temporarily closed (with the exception of the greenhouses, building part 5174 and the isotope cluster). At that time some connections will be made to the new ventilation system.

5172.0823 & 0825 closed between 4 & 5 June
Also, during the day on Friday 4 June dust barriers will be placed in rooms 5172.0823 and 0825 so that installation work can be carried out in those rooms. The barriers will be removed again on Saturday 5 June.

Crane next to building
On Monday 28 June and on Monday 12 July 2021 a crane will be positioned next to the building.

All lab conversions completed
With the completion of the labs in 0932, 0938 and 0944, all necessary lab conversions on the 8th and 9th floor are now finished. With no future disturbances to you, we will continue working to completely rearrange the air handling system in the Technical Area North. This work is finished in September 2021.

If you have any questions, please contact

An overview of the renovation on the 8th and 9th floors can be found at "Sequence and Schedule".

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