On Saturday afternoon, July 10, an intense rain storm caused some water damage at HSPH, primarily on the ground floor and lower level of the Kresge building. The water caused minor damage to the main student computing laboratory in Kresge LL19.
As of 8 am on Monday morning, all student computing laboratories are currently open for business.
The Kresge LL19 lab has 25 computers currently available. We will bring the rest back online today. There will be work crews in LL19 throughout the day.
For quieter computing, we suggest that students use:
- Kresge 209
- Kresge 210 or
- Kresge LL10
Thank you for your patience as we get the labs operating back at full capacity.
A copy of the email sent to community from Operations on Sunday:
Sunday, July 11, 2010
On Saturday afternoon, July 10, an intense rain storm caused some water damage at HSPH, primarily on the ground floor and lower level of the Kresge building. The School remains open.
Eleven workstations in the Student Computing Facility (LL19) have been taken offline for repair. The remaining 31 are available, as well as the workstations in the other computing facilities on the Lower Level and in Kresge 209. There also has been damage to rugs and walls in the Kresge G1 and G2 classrooms, offices on the ground level, and in the adjacent corridors. Occupants may occupy the spaces, including classrooms, this Monday (excluding affected student workstations).
Crews are working to remove moisture and to make repairs. On Monday, Environmental Health and Engineering will conduct a moisture survey, with a focus on preventing and removing potential mold.
We thank you for your patience.