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CAPit building envelope measures continue

As part of the ongoing energy conservation project under the banner of CAPit, crews from Honeywell will be completing work relating to building envelope measures (installation of sealing such as caulking and/or weather stripping) in the following buildings June 27-30:

Continuing over from June 24 into week of June 27
- Sir John A MacDonald Hall – Windows
- Old Medical Building – Windows

New work starting week of June 27
- Douglas Library – Windows, Level 7 - Third Floor
- Theological Hall – Windows, First Floor
- MacGillivray-Brown Hall (Doors: Exterior entrances, stairways and mechanical room spaces)
- Kingston Hall (Doors: Exterior entrances, stairways and mechanical room spaces)
- Gordon Hall (Doors: Exterior entrances, stairways and mechanical room spaces)
- McLaughlin Hall (Doors: Exterior entrances, stairways and mechanical room spaces)
- Clark Hall (Doors: Exterior entrances, stairways and mechanical room spaces)
- Richardson Hall (Doors: Exterior entrances, stairways and mechanical room spaces)

The crew typically goes through a building assessing spaces/offices that are not occupied and uses that opportunity to communicate with those in occupied offices regarding the scope and scheduling of this work. Occupants should remove all personal belongings from window ledges in advance of crews arriving to their buildings.

If there are any concerns about the schedules proposed above or if security personnel need to be present while crews access any of the affected areas, please contact Joe Furo, Honeywell Site Coordinator, by phone at 613-978-6070.

More information about CAPit can be found on the Queen’s Sustainability Office website.