From: Susan Radford, Assistant Property Manager
Subject: Upcoming Notices
Epcor Work; East Loading Dock Access
It has been brought to the attention of Edmonton City Centre that the Epcor work currently underway on 100 Street, is encroaching onto 102A Avenue and subsequently, the entry to the East Loading Dock.
In speaking with Epcor, they have advised that metal plates have been placed for semi-trucks to turn and will be guided by the on-site Epcor team. Smaller delivery vehicles and cars can continue to access between the worksite and the cones placed along 102A Avenue. The work currently underway on the corner is expected to be completed by Friday, April 30th, after this time, Epcor’s 102A Avenue work will commence to connect duct banks. This will involve closing one of the two West to East lanes, for 7 to 10 days.
Spring ‘Shoulder Season’ Temperatures
As the weather changes from winter to spring the cooling towers must be flushed and refilled with water before they can be brought into service. In addition the main air handler’s cooling coils, having been drained for the winter to avoid the coils from freezing and bursting, must also be filled. The process of filling the coils can take up to two days. The challenge we face is that to avoid damaging the coils, we can fill them only when we can reasonably predict that the overnight temperatures will remain above zero.
The result is that this process can affect your environment. Should the weather rise above +13 degrees Celsius extremely rapidly in the spring you may notice that your office temperature will become slightly warmer than average. With favourable weather conditions, this transition period should be minimal. We thank you for your understanding during this process.
Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact Susan Radford, Assistant Property Manager, at email@example.com
Edmonton City Centre
Susan Radford, Assistant Property Manager