News & Alerts
Johns Hopkins Facilities & Real Estate News Headlines
We practice Green Cleaning to provide the best, safest and most effective facilities services for students, faculty and staff at the Homewood Campus.
Throughout the summer of 2013, Office of Sustainability staff member John Ullman worked diligently with Design & Construction and Real Estate staff, to develop a new waste reduction program for the university.
Planning, Architecture & Engineering (PA&E) is currently leading the effort to launch a study and concept design for a Homewood student union and campus center.
Shuttle usage continues to rise, and we expect even more riders as daylight savings time begins.
What goes around comes around!
Design & Construction? Who are we? What do we do?
Did you know the Homewood campus is about to turn 100?
We are deeply saddened to report that we lost a dear friend and outstanding employee on Tuesday, October 22nd.
Did you know there is a section of the JHFRE website devoted to Event Support?
Planning, Architecture & Engineering welcomes Suzi Galletti, Associate University Architect
Homewood Area Alerts & Outages
Hackerman Hall, Mason Hall and the South Garage will experience full power outages during the overnight two days next week in order to tie in Malone Hall to the electric grid. We have worked with building representatives to minimize disruption to the regular building schedules.
Facilities Management will be conducting a steam outage for the Homewood campus beginning Friday, Aug. 23.
Facilities Management will be interrupting electric service to the Wyman Park Building on Saturday and Sunday, May 10 and 11, 2013 from 8am – 3pm so that preventive maintenance can be performed on the building’s high voltage electric service.
In order to conduct annual hi-voltage testing, Mattin, Mason and Whitehead Halls will experience temporary power outages this weekend.
An electrical problem has caused a brief interruption to air conditioning service on parts of the Homewood campus. The power has now been restored, and indications at this point are that cooling service will be back to normal before any temperature change becomes noticeable to most building occupants.
Fire Alarm Testing
Fire alarms are tested in every building in March, June, September and December.