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New home for student health and wellness services in Thames Hall

New home for student health and wellness services in Thames Hall

Western Health and Wellness has moved to a new home, consolidating all services under one roof in the freshly renovated Thames Hall. The $20-million renovation project, driven by Western’s Student Mental Health and Wellness Strategic Plan, aims to hel …

Steam line repairs to continue

Steam line repairs to continue

Repairs to a broken condensate return line on Oxford Drive may continue through the weekend, according to Western’s Facilities Management.

Western wins Ontario sustainability award

Western has been selected as a finalist for the Ontario Business Achievement Award (OBAA) in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO) Corporate Governance Award category by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.

Dashboard plugs campus into energy data

Starting today, you can monitor in real time the energy use of your campus building – or the use of any building across campus – using Western’s Real Time Energy Dashboard.

Construction dots university skyline

There’s the running joke that ‘Toronto will be a nice city once it’s done’ in reference to the construction cranes dotting the Big Smoke’s skyline. And the way things are going at Western, that same analogy could work here.

UCC targeted for renovations

UCC targeted for renovations

The University Community Centre will be getting a facelift, part of a three-phase renewal project, the University Students’ Council announced this week.

Seeking ways to reduce electricity consumption

Seeking ways to reduce electricity consumption

With a utility bill more than $25 million last year, Western’s Facilities Management staff are seeking new ways to reduce the university’s electricity consumption this summer.

Electrical systems back to normal

Electrical systems back to normal

Western has resumed normal operations as full power was restored to all systems Monday following a power outage across campus late last month.

Power still reduced as repairs continue

Power still reduced as repairs continue

Last month’s power outage across campus has now been stabilized, although extensive damage to the components that feed a transformer means Western will not be operating at full electrical capacity for a number of weeks.

Steam line repairs to continue

Steam line repairs to continue

Repairs to a broken condensate return line on Oxford Drive may continue through the weekend, according to Western’s Facilities Management.

Western wins Ontario sustainability award

Western has been selected as a finalist for the Ontario Business Achievement Award (OBAA) in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO) Corporate Governance Award category by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.

Dashboard plugs campus into energy data

Starting today, you can monitor in real time the energy use of your campus building – or the use of any building across campus – using Western’s Real Time Energy Dashboard.

Construction dots university skyline

There’s the running joke that ‘Toronto will be a nice city once it’s done’ in reference to the construction cranes dotting the Big Smoke’s skyline. And the way things are going at Western, that same analogy could work here.

UCC targeted for renovations

UCC targeted for renovations

The University Community Centre will be getting a facelift, part of a three-phase renewal project, the University Students’ Council announced this week.

Seeking ways to reduce electricity consumption

Seeking ways to reduce electricity consumption

With a utility bill more than $25 million last year, Western’s Facilities Management staff are seeking new ways to reduce the university’s electricity consumption this summer.

Electrical systems back to normal

Electrical systems back to normal

Western has resumed normal operations as full power was restored to all systems Monday following a power outage across campus late last month.

Power still reduced as repairs continue

Power still reduced as repairs continue

Last month’s power outage across campus has now been stabilized, although extensive damage to the components that feed a transformer means Western will not be operating at full electrical capacity for a number of weeks.