ARDC maintenance planned for Feb. 27

The Arlington Regional Data Center will undergo maintenance on Saturday, Feb. 27, to continue stabilizing UTA’s services in the event of a power disruption.

As a result, High Performance Computing and High Energy Physics services will be temporarily unavailable. Other services may be temporarily interrupted. In the event of a service interruption, you will be notified through the IT status page.

Emergency Electrical Generator Testing – Friday, February 5th

Facilities Management will be testing the emergency electrical generators serving the following buildings on Friday, February 5th, between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.:

Amphibian & Reptile Research Center

College Park Central & South Parking Garages

The Heights on Pecan Apartments

University Police Station

UT Arlington Research Institute (UTARI – Fort Worth)

This testing will only affect the electrical services tied to each building’s generator, not the entire building.  There will be a slight “blip” lasting approximately one half of a second as the electrical service transfers to the generator and another as it is transferred back to the normal building service.  It is recommended you keep computer work in progress saved during this timeframe to prevent any possible data loss.  Please let your faculty and staff members know as necessary.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your cooperation.

Campus Electrical Outage – Friday, March 18th, through Sunday, March 20th

In order to complete major electrical upgrades/modifications on the UT Arlington campus, Facilities Management has scheduled an electrical outage for the following buildings beginning Friday, March 18th, at 8:00 a.m. lasting until approximately 12:00 noon on Sunday, March 20th.

Architecture Building

Engineering Lab Building

Fine Arts Building

Geoscience Building

Nanofab Building

Nedderman Hall

Woolf Hall

Each of these buildings are equipped with emergency generators which will be operational during this outage to support egress lighting, life safety, and all research facilities currently connected to a generator.  All buildings will remain locked during this time.

All refrigerators/freezers should be cleaned out.  To prevent any possible damage, Facilities Management recommends the turning off of all electronic equipment in the offices including computers, scanners, and copiers before leaving on Thursday evening (these devices do not need to be unplugged from their electrical outlets).  Please let your faculty and staff members know as necessary.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your cooperation.

Emergency Electrical Generator Testing – Friday, January 22nd

Facilities Management will be testing the emergency electrical generators serving the following buildings on Friday, January 22nd, between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.:

Architecture Building

College Park Center

College Park Center & South Parking Garages

Fine Arts Building

Kalpana Chawla Hall

Maverick Activities Center

Texas Hall

This testing will only affect the electrical services tied to each building’s generator, not the entire building.  There will be a slight “blip” lasting approximately one half of a second as the electrical service transfers to the generator and another as it is transferred back to the normal building service.  It is recommended you keep computer work in progress saved during this timeframe to prevent any possible data loss.  Please let your faculty and staff members know as necessary.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your cooperation.

Emergency Electrical Generator Testing – Friday, January 15th

Facilities Management will be testing the emergency electrical generators serving the following buildings on Friday, January 15th, between 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.:

Business Building

Engineering Lab Building

Engineering Research Building

Geoscience Building

Hammond Hall

Health Center

Nedderman Hall

Trimble Hall

Woolf Hall

This testing will only affect the electrical services tied to each building’s generator, not the entire building.  There will be a slight “blip” lasting approximately one half of a second as the electrical service transfers to the generator and another as it is transferred back to the normal building service.  It is recommended you keep computer work in progress saved during this timeframe to prevent any possible data loss.  Please let your faculty and staff members know as necessary.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your cooperation.

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