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    Energy audits resume July 6

    Auditors from Honeywell will resume auditing a number of campus buildings on Monday, July 6 as part of a larger energy conservation project that is underway on campus.  This is the second phase where Honeywell is more closely looking at a smaller suite of energy conservation measures and doing more in-depth engineering analysis within selected buildings.  See the full story for more information.

    The list below breaks out the types of audits being conducted in each building.  In some cases there is more than one audit type being conducted, so there may be different Honeywell teams coming on different days. The auditors will be wearing either identification badges or clothing with the Honeywell name as they move through each building. There should be no disruptions to the day-to-day activities in these buildings.

    Lighting audits (access to all areas including private offices required):
    Biosciences Complex / Earl Hall
    Beamish-Munro Hall

    Water audits (access to all washrooms required):
    Old Medical Building
    Theological Hall
    Carruthers Hall
    Kingston Hall
    Ontario Hall
    Grant Hall
    Jackson Hall
    Kathleen Ryan Hall
    McLaughlin Hall
    Clark Hall
    Richardson Hall
    Dunning Hall
    Agnes Etherington Art Centre
    Stirling Hall
    Fleming Hall Stuart Pollock
    John Watson Hall
    LaSalle Building
    Humphrey Hall
    Jeffery Hall
    Rideau Building
    Harrison-LeCaine Hall

    Mechanical audits (access to mechanical rooms and roof only) 
    Old Medical Building
    McLaughlin Hall
    Clark Hall
    Agnes Etherington Art Centre
    Dupuis Hall
    Goodwin Hall
    Chernoff Hall

    Anyone with questions about the energy audit or the Energy Matters project can contact Aaron Ball by email or at extension 33379.