In the Linnaeusborg we are still working hard to realize additional chemical lab facilities and to give the overall technical installations a substantial upgrade. The work on the eighth floor has now been completed and the final steps are in sight on the ninth floor. In this message, we outline the upcoming work, including a series of disconnections starting Saturday 20 February 2021.
Work on the building ventilation system will require some temporary closures. The work will primarily impact the spaces in the lab areas on the north side of the Bridge (5172) and the isotope lab. There will also be a brief shutdown of the labs in the 'Noordpoot' (5171) and the ninth floor of 5172.
The table below provides a complete listing of the ventilation maintenance:
The consequences and possible precautions for each day and situation are as follows:
Related to this work, new work is scheduled for the first half of May. This is expected to be the last of the series of shutdowns. More information on this will follow shortly.
Lab spaces 0849 and 0855 have now been completed and taken into use by ARC Chemical Building Blocks Consortium (ARC CBBC) and the Stratingh Institute of Chemistry. This marks the last of the lab conversions on the eighth floor. The closed construction area has now been released.
We realize that the work on the ventilation causes inconvenience. By scheduling most of the work to take place during the vacation periods, weekends and evening hours, we are doing our best to keep the inconvenience to you to a minimum. We ask for your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
An overview of the renovation on the 8th and 9th floor can be found at "Activities & planning".
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