David Day
Office of the Provost

Campus water outage planned Saturday, Oct. 13

Fri, 10/12/2018

LAWRENCE — Multiple buildings on the University of Kansas Lawrence campus will be without water for approximately 11 hours Saturday, Oct. 13, as KU Facilities Services performs needed maintenance on the campus infrastructure. In addition to not having running water during this timeframe, the affected buildings (listed below) also will be without steam and heating/cooling systems. The work will begin at 12:30 p.m. Saturday and is expected to be completed by 11:30 p.m. the same day. Steam will be shut off to all buildings listed below beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday.

Facilities Services is doing the work during Fall Break weekend to minimize the inconvenience for KU students, faculty, staff and campus visitors.

Buildings that will not have water:

  • Green Hall
  • Engineering Complex
  • EEEC (Slawson and Ritchie)
  • Chalmers Hall
  • Lindley Hall
  • Marvin Hall and Studios
  • Malott Hall
  • Anschutz Library
  • Budig Hall
  • Haworth Hall
  • Wescoe Hall
  • Stouffer-Flint
  • Watson Library
  • Twente Hall
  • Blake Hall
  • Watkins Home
  • Fraser Hall
  • Danforth Chapel
  • Spooner Hall
  • Smith Hall
  • Kansas Union and Sabatini Center
  • Snow Hall
  • Dyche Hall
  • Lippincott Hall
  • Bailey Hall
  • Strong Hall
  • Spencer Research Library
  • Spencer Museum of Art
  • Robinson Center
  • Murphy Hall
  • Military Science
  • Summerfield
  • Capitol Federal Hall
  • Dole Center
  • Hall Center
  • Parking offices
  • Hilltop Child Care facility

Residential Buildings:

  • Chancellor’s residence and guest house
  • Watkins Hall
  • Miller Hall
  • Douthart Hall
  • Grace Pearson Hall.

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