Physical Plant Services

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PPS Cleaning Protocols – COVID-19

The University and Physical Plant Services recognizes that methods and process for cleaning the campus are an important part of keeping our community safe. Please follow this link to additional information on our efforts.

 


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    To show our support and solidarity with Four Directions and to make a visible statement against acts of hatred and violence directed towards Indigenous and LGBTQ2S+ communities, our Facilities team supported plans to hang the Métis Nation, Six Nations Confederacy, Anishnaabe First Nations People, LGBTQ Rainbow, Kahswentha- Two Row Wampum and Transgender Pride flags in the lobby windows of our SKHS building. For more information click the link here.

  • Biosciences New Lecture Hall

    The new biosciences lecture hall is progressing nicely. This theatre has created by merging rooms 1102 & 1103 together, and it will seat a total of 300 people. This lecture hall will be designed to replace Etherington lecture theatre which has around 300 seats, and will be the largest auditorium upgrade since Chernoff Hall is 2002. For more information on this story click here.

  • Instagram: @queensupps

    Queen's Physical Plant Services is now on Instagram! Give us a follow @queensupps.

  • New Residence Rendering

    Queen’s is building a new 316-335 bed student residence building on main campus that will target Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification.

    The new residence building will be located on Albert Street on the Northside of campus. The site(s) are currently occupied by five (5) university-owned houses (142-154 Albert Street). Two of these charming houses at 142 Albert and 144 Albert Street will be either partially or fully integrated into the new building in an effort to retain some of the look and feel of the area.

    If you want to learn more about the development of the new Albert Street residence, follow the link here!

     

  • Rendered Photo of the highly anticipated John Deutch University Center renovation.

    Canadian Architect magazine recognized the proposed design for a revitalized John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) with a 2019 Award of Excellence recently. For 53 years, the annual award program has highlighted exceptional architectural projects during the design stage. Prize jurors lauded the plans for its sustainability features, its focus on increasing accessibility, and for seamlessly blending historic and contemporary design.

    Be sure to follow our twitter feed for updates on the JDUC renovation!

  • Covid-19 Pandemic Information

    Physical Plant Services continues to operate, maintain and clean our campus and infrastructure during the COVID'19 situation. For details on the University's approach to this situation please visit the COVID'19 Homepage.

    For information on Custodial Support Services (CSS) cleaning protocols please follow this link.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our Contact page and connect with us.

 

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Land Acknowledgement

The Physical Plant Services office acknowledges that Queen's University is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory. We are committed to effective resource stewardship, championing inclusivity and creating a culture of sustainability.

Tsi Ratihiatónhkhwa ne Ohénton-Iehón:nete (Ohwísta Rati’nikónhrare tánon Thotiniarotáhrhon) ratiién:tere’s ne Queen’s Ionterihwaienstahkhwa’kó:wa tsi Anishinaabe tánon Haudenosaunee Raononhontsà:ke nón:we nikanónhsote. Ionkwaterihwaién:ni aonterihwahtén:ti ne shaoié:ra tsi aontakaniarotáhrhon, aiakwarihwanón:we’ne akwé:kon ne thénon aontaiakwát:ka’we tánon aiatión:ni ne tóhsa aónhton ne shaoié:ra. (Mohawk)

Eni-niizh gaa-niigaaniid gikino'amaadiiwigamigon (zhooniyaa zhigwa bimichigewin) ogikendaanaawaa' iwe Queen's University ayaamagad Anishinaabewakiing dago Haudenosaunee nake. Nindebwetaamin ji-naagajichigeyaang iwe; ji-wiijiiwichigewin zhigwa ji-aayaanike-bimenindizong. (Ojibwe)

Waste Wizard

Download our new Waste Wizard app using the icons below! This app acts as an all in one waste look up tool, aiming to ease confusion around waste management on campus.

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"PPS proudly builds, maintains and improves campus facilities to create a safe and welcoming environment in support of teaching, learning and research”