Several West Virginia University buildings will be affected due to a steam outage Saturday as Morgantown Energy Associates repair a break in the company’s steam line.
Several buildings will be without heat and hot water beginning at 9 a.m. and continuing approximately until 5 p.m., depending on the time required for repairs, according to Assistant Vice President for Facilities Management Laura Alexander.
Morgantown Energy Associates, a steam provider for the University, will be conducting the repairs. The University regrets the inconvenience to students, faculty and staff, and is working to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.
Residence halls and dining halls will continue to operate. Dining halls will operate with modifications such as using disposable dining utensils. All restaurants in the Mountainlair will be operating on a normal schedule.
The affected buildings include:
Engineering Sciences Building
Engineering Research Building
Mineral Resources Building
National Research Center for Coal and Energy
Agricultural Science Annex
South Agricultural Sciences
Creative Arts Center
Student Recreation Center
Evansdale Residential Complex (Towers)
Chemistry Research Building
Wise Library Addition
E. Moore Hall
Administration & Records
Business & Economics
The Health Sciences Center will not be affected by the repairs.
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