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Due to the predicted snow events this weekend, North Eola Road from Batavia Road to C Road East and Wilson Road from McChesney to B Road will be closed for the winter beginning Friday, Dec. 9, at 3:30 p.m. In addition, Main Ring Road will be closed to all travel except for emergency and service vehicles. Limited snow removal service in the Main Ring will only provide access for these vehicles. Service levels and access will not change in the… More »

Want to learn about the current and upcoming construction at Wilson Hall? Join Andrew Federowicz and Rhonda Merchut from FESS on Tues., Dec. 6, noon to 12:30 p.m., in One West where they will review what’s happening on the 13th floor and what will be happening on the ground floor.

UPDATE: PROGRESS CONTINUES ON THE RAMSEY AUDITORIUM LOBBY EAST ENTRANCE UPGRADE PROJECT. AS NOTED PREVIOUSLY, ONCE COMPLETED THE UPGRADES WILL INCLUDE A COMPLETELY REDESIGNED DUAL ENTRY SYSTEM THAT WILL ENCLUDE AN EMERGENCY ENTRY/ EXIT AND A REVOLVING DOOR ASSEMBLY- SIMILAR TO THE GRD. FLOOR NORTH ENTRANCES. A TEMPORARY EAST ENTRY/EXIT IS BEING CONSTRUCTED TODAY 11/4 AND WILL REMAIN UNTIL COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT, WHICH IS SCHEDULED TO OCCUR MID TO LATE DECEMBER 2016 J. Kent Wilson Hall Bldg. Mgr. Ext…. More »

Fermilab has begun demolishing selected Main Ring service buildings, providing a path to build new facilities to match the needs of a future machine.

There will be a scheduled power outage affecting Wilson Hall on Saturday, Sept. 24, starting at 6 a.m., ending at 6 p.m. Wilson Hall and Ramsey Auditorium will be closed during this time. The only point for entry into Wilson Hall for authorized personnel during the outage will be the ground floor, southwest corner. The building will be closed to all others. Please power down all essential electronics at the end of business day today, Friday, Sept. 23

For Fermilab employees who work in or visit Wilson Hall, an invisible but highly sophisticated system provides clean, safe drinking water. This system provides filtered, sterilized and chilled water to drinking fountains throughout the building.

Kent Collins Kent Collins, head of the Facilities Engineering Services Section, wrote this column. Success of Fermilab’s mission relies heavily on active participation from graduate students, postdocs, researchers and other university personnel. Many of these visitors, or users, reside nearby or are lucky enough to live in on-site housing. One of my early meetings with Director Nigel Lockyer was a tour of the Village housing, where he’d lived for several years while working with the CDF collaboration as a University… More »