Please report any utility outages to the campus service desk at 882-8211. Planned outages for building maintenance or construction activities should be coordinated through Energy Management by calling 882-3094.
Underground Utility Locates
All projects involving digging on the MU campus require an underground utility locate. Missouri law requires that any person responsible for making or beginning any excavation notify all underground facility owners which may be affected by said excavation at least two complete working days in advance, except in the case of an emergency or other exceptions set forth by Missouri law. Failure to have utility lines located before digging can cause serious injury or death, damage to property or harm to research due to loss of service. CALL BEFORE YOU DIG!
What projects require an underground locate?
Some examples of projects that require underground locates include, but are not limited to:
- Drilling and boring
- Foundation excavation
- Installing fence or sign posts
- Driven Tent Stakes
All requests for locates on Campus shall be sent to Missouri One Call Systems. http://www.mo1call.com/ 1-800-344-7483
Energy Management also provides various insulation services. Services include asbestos abatement of insulating materials and floor tile, repair and installation insulation for mechanical systems, and technical inspection of insulation application by contractors. The group’s niche is small to medium sized maintenance projects and renovations. Send in a work order request or call the campus service desk at 882-211 to schedule services.
Building Energy Automation and Commission
Energy Management provides design, installation, and maintenance of building automation systems. These systems allow us to optimize and control heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, lighting systems and mechanical equipment in campus buildings. Testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB) commissioning is performed on all HVAC systems on campus to verify the new or renovated facilities perform efficiently and per the design specifications and standards.
Energy Management Facility Tours
Energy Management welcomes the opportunity to help educate MU students on energy related topics. Our energy professionals provide class room guest lectures, technical support on various energy related research, and offer tours of MU’s energy facilities. Energy Facility tours are available by request for MU classes and MU organizations on a request basis depending on facility plant operation and staff resources. Please contact us for more information on tour availability and scheduling.