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GOARD WAY INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROJECT
SEPTEMBER 2014
INTRODUCTION
DESIGN CRITERIA
Goard Way houses significant underground utilities that service the southern half of the Burnaby
Campus. BC Hydro feeder lines run from Willingdon Avenue to the existing receiving station located on the south side of Goard Way, adjacent to Building SE2. Both the feeder lines and the
receiving station are approximately 50 years old and have reached the end of serviceable life.
The replacement receiving station will be located on Goard Way in Parking Lot B. This design option will
address the following design criteria identified in the condition assessment report:
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The primary objective for this project is to replace the main BC Hydro feeder, receiving station,
and substation. The secondary objective for this project is renewal of end of serviceable life
storm and water services running under Goard Way, parallel with the electrical services.
A Utility Condition Assessment and Risk Report in 2012 concluded that the renewal of the BC
Hydro feeder under Goard Way should be the highest priority utility project for the Institute. The
assessment confirms that the High Voltage Receiving Station is at the end of its useful life and
would be a major issue for the entire southern half of the Burnaby Campus if the electrical
system were to experience a service failure.
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Support the long term vision of distributing on the campus perimeter.
Provide flexibility for future expansion of substation distribution connectivity in a grid pattern.
Support the long term vision of providing back-up service redundancy.
Support immediate and long term business continuity by mitigating service failure risk.
Provide flexibility for future district energy connectivity.
Support the development of enhanced streetscape amenity in central campus along Goard Way.
BUDGET
The total project cost is estimated at $11.0 million.
On April 16th 2014, the Ministry of Advance Education approved $6,390,000 of Major Maintenance and Rehabilitation capital funding to support this BCIT initiative for this year. This fall,
BCIT will be requesting the required remaining funds for the outstanding balance.
GOARD WAY (CURRENT STREETSCAPE)
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
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GOARD WAY INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROJECT
SEPTEMBER 2014
REPLACEMENT HYDRO STATION
WEST ELEVATION
FUTURE STAIR TO
FUTURE LEVEL 2
C
FIRE DEPARTMENT
CONNECTION
TH
MECH
102
TRENCH WITH REMOVABLE
CHECKER PLATE COVER
HYDRO RECEIVING
STATION
104
9610
1200
COMM
BATT INSUL
LADDER
B
101
GREEN WALL
.
103
GOARD WAY
FUTURE STAIR TO FUTURE LEVEL 2
NORTH ELEVATION
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
Green Wall
Observation
Windows
Plaza
Sustainable,
Post-Disaster
Design
A
FLOOR PLAN
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GOARD WAY INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROJECT
SEPTEMBER 2014
E XI S T I N G H YDR O S TAT I ON
R E P L AC E ME N T H YDR O S TAT I ON
CONTEXT
CAREY AVE.
WAYBURNE DR.
NEW RECEIVING
STATION
LIVING LAB
• Inviting plaza along Goard Way and windows on north and west façade provide view to inside of receiving
station, allowing students to observe the equipment and technology encouraging observation
SUSTAINABILITY
• High reflective light coloured roofing membrane and green roof reduce solar heat gain
GOARD WAY
CANADA WAY
EXISTING
RECEIVING
STATION
• Recessed, under canopy lighting and shielded light fixtures avoid uncontrolled up-lighting
• Concrete canopy creates solar shading and weather protection for people observing the equipment
and technology
POST DISASTER
• The receiving Station is to be designed in accordance with the British Columbia Building Code 2012
to function following an earthquake
DESIGN FEATURES
WILLINGDON AVE.
• Green wall, use of different materials and orientation of cladding create visual interest and an
aesthetically pleasing building
• Engineered for future expansion on second floor
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
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2601-2020 Haro Street
2
• Ausenco provides engineering and design for a major
infrastructure upgrade in the Goard Way corridor.
3
• Design Challenges:
- Existing underground utilities to remain in service while
new infrastructure is installed. Campus to remain fully operational
- Crowded space below Goard Way to accommodate new and
old infrastructure
- Finding routes in existing buildings to reconnect electrical services
new
underground
services
PROPOSED BC HYDRO METERING KIOSK
Goard Way looking west
LEGEND
15 kV Switchgear for Goard Way Receiving Station
PROPOSED ELECTRICAL AND COMM U/G DUCT BANK
new service
existing service
3
2
NEW
PARKING
KIOSK
GOARD WAY
7
STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
BOOKSTORE
4
GREAT HALL
6
REPLACE EX. 250Ø
STORM SEWER
ROPER AVE.
LISTER AVE.
1
ENGLISH ST.
AVENUE
WILLINGDON AVENUE
WHITE
E
E
EX. BC HYDRO POWER POLE
new
underground
services
Goard Way looking west
PROPOSED ELECTRICAL (BCH )
4
D.I. WATERMAIN
1
REALIGNMENT OF
LIERSCH ST.
500kW GENSET
ON CONCRETE PAD
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New 12.47 / 25 kV BC Hydro Service and Receiving Station
New 12.5 kV - 480/277 V, 2 mVA Unit Substation
IEC 61850 Switchgear Communication
500 kW Emergency Generator
Duct Banks, Underground Manholes, Lighting and Security
7 km of 25 kV cables
5
Security
Lighting
SUBSTATION F
ON CONCRETE PAD
5
6
7
Watermain
Civil Upgrades
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Watermain replacement between Lister and Roper Ave.
Storm Sewer replacement between Lister and Roper Ave.
Road, curb, gutter and sidewalk
Reconfiguration of Liersch St.
Integration of public realm landscaping features
PROPOSED GOARD WAY
ELECTRICAL RECEIVING STATION.
CURB AND GUTTER
Electrical Upgrades
12.47 / 25 kV BC Hydro
Metering Kiosk at Goard Way
and Willingdon
CAREY AVE.
New Electrical/Civil Work
Manhole
Storm Sewer
Duct Bank
2 mVA Substation
500 kW Diesel Generator
Underground Manhole
Overview Arrangement of Utilities
IEC 61850 Communication Network
New Goard Way Receiving Station - Campus Hydro Station
EXISTING MICRO GRID
MODBUS
TO BACNET
CONVERTER
6#12 FOR
HARDWIRE INTERLOCK
HISTORIAN DATABASE
TO BMS LAN
SEE NOTE 1
Cat 6
STG
DATA CONCENTRATOR /
WEB SERVER
SEL-3530
6mmF
Cat 6
Cat 6
ETHERNET SWITCH
SEL-2730M
OASIS
Cat 6
FIREWALL / GATEWAY
SEL-3620
BCIT LAN
Cat 6
IEC-61850, TELNET, FTP
MANHOLE TO
SPLICE CABLE
THE MICRO GRIDS ARE OFFLINE WHEN
BC HYDRO NORMAL POWER FAILS
52-M
6#12 FOR
HARDWIRE INTERLOCK
Design Features
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
52-1
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
52-2
52-3
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
52-4
• Design to accept a 2nd floor to
accommodate another Receiving
Station in future
SEE NOTES 5 & 6
OPENING FOR CABLE ACCESS
MECH
1800 x 1800 x 2500mm (D)
PULLPIT FOR FUTURE
CANADA WAY RECEIVING STATION
2007
4000 kVA
XFM
25kV-12.5kV
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
FUTURE
CELL
#2
16 x 103mm DUCTS FOR
DATA & CONTROL WIRING
FUTURE
25kV
INCOMING
CELL #1
COMM
COPPER GROUND BAR
9610
1200
TRANSITION CELL
1070
300
2690
RECEIVING STATION
9610
18 x 103mm U/G DUCTS
TRANSITION CELL
#4/0 Cu GROUND WIRE
52-3
12.5kV
SUB P & H
CELL #6
OPENING FOR CABLE ACCESS
52-4
12.5kV
SUB K
CELL #7
52-5
12.5kV
SUB E
CELL #8
52-6
12.5kV
SUB Z
CELL #9
52-7
12.5kV
SUB S
CELL #10
52-8
12.5kV
SUB F
CELL #11
52-9
12.5kV
150kVA
XFM &
PANELS
CELL #12
600(W) x 900mm (D) TRENCH
FOR 12.47kV CABLES
SPARE
CELL #14
IEC 6150
CELL #15
(NOTE 4)
CHECKED COVER PLATE
IEC 6150 ETHERNET SWITCHES
DATA CONCENTRATOR,
FIRE WALLS AND GATEWAY
STEEL LADDER
2500
CHECKED COVER PLATE (TYP.)
52-10
12.5kV
SPARE
CELL #13
1500
52-2
12.5kV
SUB X
CELL #5
600
24 x 103mm DUCTS FOR
15kV BCH INCOMING AND
15kV CONNECTIONS TO
9 SUBSTATIONS
FUTURE
4270
CELL
#2
52-1
12.5kV
SUB L
CELL #4
TRANSITION
CELL
3200
1200 x 1200 x 2500mm (D) PULLPIT
FOR 600V / 480V WIRING
52-M
12.5kV
MAIN
BREAKER
CELL #3
2160
12.5kV
INCOMING
CELL #1
1300
1200
8 x 103mm DUCTS FOR
600V / 480V WIRING
COPPER GROUND BAR. SEE DWG.
1433335-0000-E-040 FOR DETAILS
1800 x 2100 x 2500mm (D) PULLPIT
FOR 12.47kV INCOMING SERVICE
52-10
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
2160
OPENING FOR
CABLE ACCESS
1200 x 1200 x 2500mm (D) PULLPIT
FOR DATA & CONTROL WIRING
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
IEC 61850 Objectives
• Single protocol for complete modelling of substation data
• Designed to accommodate future technological advances
• Common method/format for storing data
1300
600(W) x 900mm (D) TRENCH FOR
FUTURE 25kV CABLES (COVERED
WITH A SHEET METAL PLATE)
52-9
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
IEC 61850 System
• IEC stands for “International Electrotechnical Commission”
• IEC is the most advanced standard for electrical substation automation
• BCIT is a pioneer to apply this standard in Goard Way receiving station
• BCIT’s GAIT group (a research group) will be engaged
• BCIT is in the forefront of technology
1800 x 2100 x 2500mm (D)
PULLPIT FOR FUTURE 25kV
GOARDWAY RECEIVING STATION
1800 x 2100 x 2500mm (D) PULLPIT FOR FUTURE
25kV GOARDWAY RECEIVING STATION
52-8
52-7
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
IEC 61850 REDUNDANT COMMUNICATION NETWORK
26600
900
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
Cat 6
• Cable duct entries and pullpit layout
to provide flexibility for future expansion
24 x 103mm DUCTS FOR FUTURE
CANADA WAY RECEIVING STATION
52-6
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
ETHERNET SWITCH
SEL-2730M
• Equipment layout and floor plan to
accommodate 12.5 and 25 kV
operation in future
600mm (W) STEEL LADDER FROM 1.5m
ABOVE SLAB TO BOTTOM OF PIT (TYP.)
52-5
PROTECTIVE
RELAY
SEL-751A
2200
1200
18 x 103mm U/G DUCTS
15600 @ 13 EQUAL SPACING
600
1800 x 2100 x 2500mm (D) PULLPIT
A
-
2100
2100
Plan of Receiving Station - Equipment Layout
(Campus Hydro Station)
Section A
GOARD WAY INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROJECT
SEPTEMBER 2014
REPLACEMENT HYDRO STATION
DOOR
STREETSCAPE SOCIAL GATHERING & PEDESTRIANIZATION
NE 18
NE 18
DOOR
1
NE 16
DOOR
DOOR
MH
BL
BL
CB
BL
CB
BL
BL
BL
DOOR
DOOR
MH
2
GOARD WAY
2
GOARD WAY
10
MH
7
8
7
5
CB
6
8
AD
4
DOOR
DOOR
4
AD
1
DOOR
SE 2
DOOR
FREEZERS
5
OLS
Social hubs and raingarden looking west
DOOR
DOOR
SLOPED PLANTING AREA
• large soft landscape area to
introduce planting within the heart
of the campus
• sloped to reduce sense of
separation from Goard Way
• canopy trees
Social hub looking south
Decorative Area Drain/
Man Hole Cover
LAWN AREA
ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHTING
• pedestrian scale poles and fixtures
• banners
• safe and comfortable lighting levels
11
EXISTING TREES RETAINED
• young trees that will provide high
value character and ecological
services later in the future
12
LIVING LAB VIEWING AREA
• a raised area will provide views into
the new hydro station to see the
function of the building
Goard Way looking east
PROJECT PRECEDENTS
Trash Receptacle
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
CB
Goard Way and raingarden looking west
SITE FURNISHINGS
Standard Bench
MH
SE 4
SE 4
DRAIN
NEW
6
OLS
DOOR
DOOR
10m
DOOR
5m
DOOR
WALKWAY
1:250
10
NEW STEPS
• wider and easier access to upper
plaza
• relocated to improve flexibility of
upper plaza
• opportunity to align with future
campus development
WATER FEATURE
• flexible open lawn area
• sitting in the shade of the canopy
trees
SOCIAL STEPS
• seat walls for social gathering
• people watching
• informal presentation area
OLS
SE 2
1:200
9
9
AD
ROPER AVENUE
AD
Light Standard
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GOARD WAY
LS
L
S
• captures rainwater
• provides animation at east end and
seating area
• visual focal point
SEATING AREAS
• pairs of benches regularly spaced
along length of rain garden
• introduces social opportunities
and reinforces pedestrian focus of
Goard Way
MH
CENTRAL RAIN GARDEN
• ecologically functioning rain garden
capturing all of adjacent run off
• eliminates storm surge of heated and
sediment loaded water to Guichon
Creek
• cleans and cools water before release
to Guichon Creek
• weirs to control flow and showcase
water cycle
GOARD WAY
MH
3
AD
7
• measure tape / scale bar paving
pattern
• pedestrianized
• controlled vehicle access
MH
3
CB
UPPER PLAZA
• larger area with better connections
to Goard Way
• flexible open social space with
seating event space
DOOR
12
LANEWAY
NE 20
NE 16
ROOF PEAK
DOOR
NE 20
11
GOARD WAY INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROJECT
SEPTEMBER 2014
CLEAN, COOL, DELAYED STORM SURGE
SUSTAINABILITY, STORM WATER MANAGEMENT & BIO-FILTRATION
Average rainfall: November =188.9mm/day, 0.262mm/hr; July 35.6mm/day, 0.048mm/hr.
Total Runoff November
14.06m3/day
1.25m3/day
15.31m3/day
Impervious Area
Pervious Area
Rain Garden
Total Runoff
total area
2105m2
810m2
265m2
total runoff
*
3.17m3/day
1.22m3/day
0.40m3/day
4.79m3/day
Based on average rainfall
during the months of November
and July
Data based on the Rational
Formula Q=CiA
RAINWATER
ECOLOGICAL
WATER FLOW
PARTICIPATION
CULTURE +
IDENTITY
SIGNAGE
RAINWATER
ENERGY
EFFICIENCY
ECOLOGICAL
WATER FLOW
HABITAT
ENHANCEMENT
NATIVE PLANTING
HABITAT
CREATION
PARTICIPATION
COMMUNITY
BUILDING
RAINWATER
ECOLOGICAL
WATER FLOW
Impervious coefficient of 0.95;
Previous coefficient of 0.24
*
0.58m3/day
0.22m3/day
0.07m3/day
0.87m3/day
*Runoff calculated as per
raingarden coefficient
UNIVERSAL
ACCESSIBILITY
320% RUNNOFF REDUCTION
RAINWATER MANAGEMENT
SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
NATIVE AND ADAPTIVE PLANTS
The majority of the rainfall on the
project site, and most importantly
that landing on the hard surfaces,
will be directed to the proposed
rain garden system. A substantial
storage capacity within the
structure, pollutant absorbing
growing medium and planting
to help capture the sediment in
the water will delay the storm
surge from impacting Guichon
Creek which is located directly
downstream. The rain garden will
cool and clean the water which
will slowly be released into the
creek.
Creating a new central east west
pedestrian spine will become the
backbone of the evolving campus.
The new Goard Way Public Realm
will change the vehicle oriented
asphalt street to a pedestrian
focused area complete with
special paving, canopy trees, lush
landscaping, benches and seat
walls. A variety of spaces with
different sizes, seating options,
sun and shade exposure will be
able to accommodate the diversity
of needs from the campus body.
A campus has many requirements
of its soft landscape. It needs to
be resilient, visually appealing,
drought resistant and not
maintenance intensive. These
requirements mean that a wide
variety of plants are necessary to
create successful planting design.
This includes native and adaptive
plants as well as some that are
more ornamental. Together they
will make a beautiful landscape
providing ecosystem services
such as habitat and rainwater
management.
NE 20
SENSORY
COMMUNITY
BUILDING
NE 18
DOOR
NE 16
GREEN ROOF/WALL
DOOR
DOOR
DOOR
MH
BL
BL
CB
ART
BL
DOOR
BL
BL
BL
DOOR
CB
MH
GOARD WAY
GOARD WAY
K
EE
CB
MH
CR
H
IC
GU
ON
MH
TO
LS
CB
MH
LANEWAY
PROPOSED CONDITION
Total Runoff July
2.58m3/day
0.23m3/day
2.81m3/day
AD
A
AD
AD
AD
AD
Receiving Station
DOOR
ROPER AVENUE
Total Area
2355m2
825m2
DOO
Impervious Area
Pervious Area
Total Runoff
DOOR
CURRENT CONDITION
DOOR
OOR
SE 2
DOOR
FREEZERS
DOOR
SE 2
WALKWAY
DOOR
O
DOOR
D
R
DOOR
M
DOOR
DOOR
DOOR
SE 4
4
SE
COMMUNITY
BUILDING
PARTICIPATION
LS
NEW
SOD
CB
BIOPHILIA
COMMUNITY
BUILDING
UNIVERSAL
ACCESSIBILITY
WATER
INFILTRATION
IMPERVIOUS AREA CATCHMENT
WATER
Water feature and raingardens looking west
CULTURE +
IDENTITY
LONGEVITY
SUSTAINABLE
MAINTENANCE
PRACTICE
EQUITABILITY
SENSORY
SUSTAINABLE
MATERIAL
PROCUREMENT
MEMORABILITY
PERVIOUS AREA CATCHMENT
RAIN GARDEN
1:250
DURABLE
MATERIAL
SELECTION
5m
PLANTING PALETTE
Trees
Acer × freemanii Jeffersred
Autumn Blaze
Shrubs
Betula nigra
River Birch
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
Buxus microphylla japonica
Winter Gem Boxwood
Groundcover
Cornus sericea ‘Kelseyi’
Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood
Gaultheria shallon
Salal
Ilex crenata convexa
Japanese Holly
Salix purpurea nana
Dwarf Purple Oscer
Skimmia japonica ‘Rubella’
Red Flowered Japanese
Skimmia
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
Kinnikinnick
Perennials
Liriope spicata
Creeping Lily-Turf
Iris Kaempferi
Japanese Iris
Grasses
Oxalis oregana
Redwood Sorrel
Rudbeckia fulgida sullivantii
Black-Eyed Susan
Tolmiea menziesii
Piggyback Plant
Calamagrostis × acutiflora
Karl Foerster
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Helictotrichon sempervirens
Blue Oat Grass
Pennisetum alopecuroides
Dwarf Fountain Grass
Vines
Aquatic Plants
Akebia quinata
Five Leaf Akebia
Carex-obnupta
Slough Sedge
Ferns
Carex stipata
Saw Bleak Sedge
Juncus effusus
Common Rush
Polystichum munitum
Western Sword Fern
10m
GOARD WAY INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROJECT
SEPTEMBER 2014
CONSTRUCTION OBJECTIVES
SCHEDULE
Project delivery involves thoughtful consideration of BCIT end users including
students, faculty, maintenance and administration.
RECEIVING STATION / OCTOBER 2014 - APRIL 2015
Mobilize on site
Excavation and foundation work
Upon new station activation, the old station will be decommissioned and demolished
Project construction safety:
• Overall site safety
• Pedestrian safety through:
- phasing of work into small areas,
- secure fencing and
- allowing for ample space for students and staff to move freely across campus
NEW SUBSTATION & EMERGENCY GENERATOR / MAY - JULY 2015
Critical to turnover of new electrical system and demolition of substation and generator
Installation to be ready before commissioning begins
NEW BC HYDRO DIP SERVICE / OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2014
Coordination with BC Hydro for delivery of services to in preparation for commissioning
ELECTRICAL, WATER MAIN, STORM SEWER & ROAD RECONSTRUCTION / OCTOBER 2014 - MAY 2015
Phase 1-5: Electrical Manholes
Phase 6–10: Electrical Duct & Cabling
Phase 11–12: Water Main & Storm Sewer
Phase 13: Road Construction
STREETSCAPING / JUNE - OCTOBER 2015
Work will be undertaken as commissioning of the new system is finalized and decommissioning
and demolition of the existing system are completed
EXAMPLES OF ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
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SEPTEMBER 2014
CONSTRUCTION ZONE DETAIL SAMPLE (FOR FALL 2014)
JUNE
JULY
APR
JAN
FEB
MAR
MAY
DEC
OCT
NOV
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
WEEK
6 132027 3 1017 24 1 8 1522 29 5 1219 26 2 9 16 23 2 9 16 23 30 6 1320 27 4 1118 25 1 8 1522 29 6 1320 27
NO ACCESS
TRAFFIC DETOUR
ROAD CLOSED
ROAD CLOSED
CROSS WALK
CONSTRUCTION & RESTRICTED TRAFFIC
RESTRICTED TRAFFIC
SIDEWALK
CONSTRUCTION ZONE
RESTRICTED TRAFFIC
SHIPPING / RECIEIVING TRAFFIC
ROAD CLOSED
GATE OPEN DAYTIME - FLAG
PERSONNEL IF REQUIRED
SHIPPING /
RECEIVING
TRAFFIC
ROAD CLOSED
ROAD CLOSED
CONSTRUCTION DURATION :
NOVEMBER 21 - DECEMBER 9, 2014
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
VEHICLE WASH
AREA 3
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GOARD WAY INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROJECT
SEPTEMBER 2014
THANK YOU
Thank you for attending today’s Information Session. If you have any additional questions regarding this project, please:
• VISIT OUR WEBSITE bcit.ca/facilities
• EMAIL Gary Holtz, Project Manager, Project Services at [email protected]
FACILITIES
AND CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT
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